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Vladimir Jugović
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Full name Vladimir Jugović
Date of birth 30 August 1969 (1969-08-30) (age 40)
Place of birth    Milutovac, SFR Yugoslavia
Playing position Midfielder (retired)
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
Red Star Belgrade
FK Rad (loan)
Red Star Belgrade
U.C. Sampdoria
Juventus F.C.
S.S. Lazio
Atlético Madrid
AS Monaco FC (loan)
VfB Admira Wacker Mödling
LR Ahlen
01 0(0)
16 0(7)
60 (11)
81 (18)
56 0(8)
27 0(2)
17 0(3)
39 0(3)
19 0(0)
25 0(3)
19 0(2)   
National team
SFR Yugoslavia
FR Yugoslavia
04 0(1)
37 0(2)

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

Vladimir Jugović (Serbian: Владимир Југовић) (born 30 August 1969 in Milutovac, a village near Trstenik, Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian football player renowned for his vision and technique. Throughout his illustrious career he turned out for numerous top European teams, winning the Champions League twice (with Red Star Belgrade and Juventus F.C.). He is regarded as one of the finest players that Serbia has ever produced and one of the best midfielders of his generation.

Before coming to Red Star he played for FK Trstenik and was loaned to FK Rad from Red Star in season 1989/90. After establishing himself with FK Crvena Zvezda (Red Star), with whom he won the 1991 European Cup beating Olympique de Marseille in the final and International Cup beating Colo-Colo from Chile in a match in which he scored the opening two goals, he moved on to Italian side U.C. Sampdoria, in 1992. He spent 3 successful seasons at Sampdoria, before he was bought by Juventus F.C.. In two seasons at Juventus, he won the scudetto, as well as the UEFA Champions League. In the final, against Dutch side AFC Ajax, he scored the decisive penalty. Jugovic moved to S.S. Lazio in the 1997/1998 season, then Atlético Madrid the following year, before settling in Internazionale Milano F.C. in 1999, where he spent two seasons. Jugovic finished his career in LR Ahlen, after stints in AS Monaco FC, and VfB Admira Wacker Mödling.



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