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Full name  Ivan Durdevic
Current team  Lech II Poznan (coach)
Name  Ivan Durdevic
Height  1.83 m
Career start  1996
Salary  360,000 PLN (2012)
Playing position  Left back / Midfielder
Years  Team
Role  Footballer
Weight  81 kg
Career end  2013
Ivan Durdevic httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu
Date of birth  (1977-02-05) 5 February 1977 (age 38)
Place of birth  Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia
Similar People  Mariusz Rumak, Jacek Zielinski, Maciej Skorza

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Ivan Đurđević (Serbian: Иван Ђурђевић; born 5 February 1977) is a Serbian retired footballer. On the left side of the pitch, he was able to operate as a defender or a midfielder.

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Ivan Đurđević Ivan urevi Sentymentalnie Retro Futbol

Playing career

Ivan Đurđević Ivan urevi Sentymentalnie Retro Futbol

Born in Belgrade, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Đurđević made his professional debuts with FK Rad in 1996. In January 1998 he first moved abroad, going on to remain two-and-a-half years in Spain with CD Ourense and competing in both the Segunda División and Segunda División B tournaments.

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Đurđević spent most of his 17-year career in Portugal, where he amassed Primeira Liga totals of 154 games and 16 goals with S.C. Farense, Vitória S.C. and C.F. Os Belenenses, and in Poland, spending six consecutive seasons in the Ekstraklasa with Lech Poznań.

Managerial career

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After retiring, Đurđević stayed connected to his last club as a youth manager. On 8 May 2015 he was appointed head coach of the reserve team, in III liga.

Honours

Lech Poznań
  • Ekstraklasa: 2009–10
  • Polish Cup: 2008–09
  • Polish SuperCup: 2009

  • Ivan Đurđević KKS Lech Pozna 3 IVAN DJURDJEVI

    References

    Ivan Đurđević Wikipedia


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