| Aleksander Seliga|
Andreja Matek (2006–)
| (1980-02-01) 1 February 1980 (age 35)|
NK Olimpija Ljubljana (#1 / Goalkeeper)
Matjaz Kek, Srecko Katanec, Dele Adeleye, Slavisa Stojanovic, Alex Pastoor
Celje, SFR Yugoslavia
Aleksander Šeliga Wikipedia
Aleksander Šeliga (born 1 February 1980, in Celje) is a Slovenian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Slovenian club Olimpija Ljubljana.
Šeliga played most of his career for hometown club Celje in the Slovenian PrvaLiga. With this club, he also participated in the UEFA Cup. In 2005, he joined Slavia Prague, but after an unsuccessful period with the Czech side, he returned to Celje.
In the summer of 2009, Šeliga was tested by two clubs in the Netherlands. The first club, SC Heerenveen, was in desperate need for a keeper. After training with the side, he did not get a contract. The second club where he tried his luck was Sparta Rotterdam. The club also needed a keeper, after Cássio Ramos returned to PSV Eindhoven after an ended loan-period. After a brief internship, Šeliga signed a contract for two years. In his first season with Sparta (2009–10), he was chosen as first keeper by a manager Frans Adelaar.
Šeliga earned his only appearance for the senior Slovenian national team on 3 March 2010, after taking the field as a substitute in an international friendly against Qatar in Maribor, which Slovenia had subsequently won 4–1.Celje
Slovenian Cup: 2004–05
Slovenian Championship: 2015–16