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Zoran Savic (soccer)

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Years  Team
Playing position  Forward
Role  Soccer player
Name  Zoran Savic
1981  Cleveland Cobras

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Date of birth  (1959-08-13) August 13, 1959 (age 56)
Place of birth  Gornji Milanovac, Yugoslavia
1980-1982  Buffalo Stallions (indoor)
1982-1984  Kansas City Comets (indoor)

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Zoran Savic ([zǒran sâʋitɕ]) is a retired Yugoslavian soccer player who played at the forward position. He played professionally in the first Major Indoor Soccer League. He later played in the second and third American Soccer League then the American Professional Soccer League and the American Indoor Soccer Association. He is a professional coach and is currently an assistant coach at Sporting Kansas City of Major League Soccer.

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Playing career

In 1980, Savic signed with the Buffalo Stallions of the Major Indoor Soccer League and played two seasons with the team. In 1981, he played outdoor soccer with the Cleveland Cobras. On June 18, 1982, he was signed with the Kansas City Comets of Major Indoor Soccer League and played two seasons with the team. In May 1983 he joined the Oklahoma City Slickers of the American Soccer League.

On July 31, 1987, Zoran signed with the Los Angeles Lazers. On October 19, 1989, the Milwaukee Wave traded Savic to the Memphis Storm team for money and the Wave's first and second-round picks in the 1990 Amateur Draft. He began the 1989–90 season with the team, but was later traded to the Atlanta Attack in exchange for Glenn Lurie on December 29, 1989. In 1991, he played for the Albany Capitals of the American Professional Soccer League.

Yearly Awards

  • AISA Top Points Scorer 1985–86
  • AISA All-Star Team 1985–86, 1986–87
  • NPSL Coach of the Year 1994–95
  • References

    Zoran Savic (soccer) Wikipedia


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