Borislav "Boro" Cvetković ( Serbian Cyrillic: Бopиcлaв "Бopo" Цвeткoвић; born 30 September 1962 in Karlovac, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Croatian Serb football manager and former player.
During his club career he played for
Dinamo Zagreb, Red Star Belgrade, Ascoli, Maceratese, Casertana and Borac Čačak. He earned 11 caps for the Yugoslavia national football team, and participated in UEFA Euro 1984.
Coaching career [ edit ]
Cvetković is coaching
FK Sopot, an expositure of Cvetković's former club Red Star Belgrade. He coached Obilić in one short term, he worked also as assistant to Dragan Okuka in the Serbia U21 side.
Personal life [ edit ]
Boro is the younger brother of
Zvjezdan Cvetković, who is the coach of Borac Banja Luka.
He was nicknamed "Lane sa Korane", by legendary
sports commentator Ivan Tomić, while playing for Dinamo. When he moved to Belgrade, Tomić just switched his nickname to "Lane sa Marakane", as Red Star Belgrade stadium is colloquially known.
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