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Full name
Kliton Bozgo

Tomori Berat



1.70 m

Playing position


Kliton Bozgo

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Date of birth
(1971-12-05) 5 December 1971 (age 44)

Place of birth
Gjirokaster, Albania

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Kliton Bozgo (born 5 December 1971) is a retired Albanian footballer.


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Club career

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During his career he played for both Slovenian football giants Olimpija and Maribor. He made a big impact in 1. SNL especially in Maribor, where he is still regarded as one of the best forwards to ever play for the club. Overall, he scored a total of 108 goals for the Violets, which puts him on 2nd place of all time goalscorers in the history of the club and on the 1st place in club goalscoring after Slovenia independence in 1991.

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He was the best scorer of Slovenian League twice. This was in the 1999–2000 season (24 goals) and in the 2004–05 season (18 goals). In the 1999–2000 season he also played for Maribor in the elite UEFA Champions League. In total he has played 207 matches in Slovenian first league, scoring 109 goals in the process.

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During his time in Mura 05 he took the role of the assistant coach of Edin Osmanović. He joined Osmanović as assistant coach at Aluminij in 2013 upon his return from Austria, where he was player/manager of Union Gamlitz. After an unsuccessful fight for survival, Osmanović was replaced by Ante Šimundža before the start of the 2013–14 season in the second tier. Šimundža, a former teammate of Bozgo during the 1999–2000 season, quickly left Aluminij and took the reins at Maribor after they parted company with Ante Čačić, thus giving Bozgo a chance as interim manager in Kidričevo. But on 10 October Aluminij announced Robert Pevnik as Šimundža's successor and Bozgo stayed on as his assistant until the end of the season. After he left the club he returned to management with SV Sachsenburg in 2015 and in January 2016 he started a new chapter with SV Kaindorf in the Austrian Gebietsliga.

International career

He is a former member of Albania national football team.


Kliton Bozgo Wikipedia

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