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Vahid Halilhodžić
Vahid Halilhodzic, Hotel Golf, Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, 30.05.'08 (8538).jpg
Personal information
Full name Lardo
Date of birth 15 October 1952 (1952-10-15) (age 57)
Place of birth    Jablanica, Yugoslavia
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current club no club (manager)
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1972–1981
1981–1986
1986–1987
Velež Mostar
Nantes
Paris SG
208 (106)
163 0(92)
018 00(8)   
National team
1976–1985 Yugoslavia 015 00(8)
Teams managed
1990–1992
1993–1994
1997–1998
1998–2002
2002–2003
2003–2005
2005–2006
2006
2008–2010
Velež Mostar
Beauvais
Raja Casablanca
Lille
Rennes
Paris SG
Trabzonspor
Al-Ittihad
Côte d'Ivoire

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Vahid Halilhodžić (born 15 October 1952 in Jablanica)[1] is a former Bosnian footballer and now a manager, last at the helm of the Ivory Coast national team.

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Career

He was twice the leading scorer in the French league with FC Nantes Atlantique.

International career

Halilhodžić was capped 15 times for the Yugoslav national team, scoring eight goals. He appeared as a substitute at the 1982 World Cup.

Coaching career

After retiring, he coached a number of teams, including French clubs Lille, Rennes and Paris Saint-Germain. Halilhodžić guided Lille to Champions League qualification and won the Coupe de France with PSG.[1] He was the head coach of Trabzonspor in the 2005–06 season and Al-Ittihad in 2006.

Halilhodžić became the manager of the Ivory Coast national football team in 2008, and guided them to qualification for the 2010 FIFA World Cup[1], but he was fired on 28 February 2010 despite losing only one game during the two years he was in charge. [2]

Personal life

During the Bosnian War in 1992, Halilhodžić was wounded in Mostar but recovered within a few months.[3] Halilhodžić is married and has two children.

References

  1. ^ a b c Vahid Halilhodzic, ESPN Soccernet.
  2. ^ Elfenbeinküste entlässt Trainer Halilhodzic‎
  3. ^ [http://www.sarajevo-x.com/sport/nogomet/clanak/100112010 Vahid Halilhodžić u Angoli "Ne bojim se, proživio sam gore u ratu u Mostaru"]
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