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1993–1996  Borac Cacak
Position  Defender
0000–1993  Timok Zajecar
Height  1.87 m
Years  Team
Role  Footballer
Playing position  Defender
Name  Thomas Vasov

Date of birth  (1972-01-31) 31 January 1972 (age 43)

Place of birth  Trier, West Germany

Thomas Vasov (born 31 January 1972) is a Serbian–German football manager and former player. He played for FK Borac Čačak, K.A.A. Gent and Shanghai Shenhua.


Club career

Born in Trier, West Germany, he was already playing in Serbia with FK Timok Zaječar before his transfer to FK Borac Čačak in 1993. In his first season with Borac, they became champions of the 1993–94 Second League of FR Yugoslavia and got promotion to the First League of FR Yugoslavia where he played the following two seasons making 54 appearances and scoring 3 goals in the Yugoslav top-tier.

After 3 years with Borac, in summer 1996 he transferred to Belgium to K.A.A. Gent and played with them the following 7 seasons in the Belgian Pro League.

In 2003, he transferred to Shanghai Shenhua and won the Chinese Jia-A League 2003. However, Shanghai Shenhua were stripped of the title on 19 February 2013 for the match-fixing scandal in that season.

Coaching career

By Autumn 2014 he was working as coach of the youth team of FK Borac Čačak.

In April 2016, after Ljubiša Stamenković got sacked, Vasov took charge as main coach of FK Borac Čačak.

By January 2017, he was the director of all youth sections of FK Mladost Lučani.


Borac Čačak
  • Second League of FR Yugoslavia: 1993–94
  • Shanghai Shenhua
  • Chinese Jia-A League: 2003
  • References

    Thomas Vasov Wikipedia

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