Dželaludin Muharemović

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Dželaludin Muharemović
Personal information
Full name Dželaludin Muharemović
Date of birth (1970-03-23) March 23, 1970 (age 44)
Place of birth Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 12 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
000?–1992 UNIS Vogošća
1994–1996 Željezničar
1996–1997 NK Zagreb
1997–2001 Željezničar
2002 Volgar Astrahan
2002–2005 Željezničar
National team
1997-2001 Bosnia and Herzegovina 18 (6)
Teams managed
2006 Željezničar
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Dželaludin Muharemović (born 23 March 1970) is a Bosnian former footballer. He is currently employed as a sporting director in FK Željezničar. He was also a replacement team manager for four months.

Playing career[edit]

As a kid, he started playing football for his childhood club FK Željezničar. He was considered to be one of the biggest prospects in the club and when he have reached the senior squad, he was sent on loan to UNIS Vogošća. In 1992, war in Bosnia and Herzegovina began and every football activity was stopped. However, the club was re established soon and Muharemović played in the first Bosnian championship in 1994. After that, he moved to Croatian side NK Zagreb. One year later, he have returned to FK Željezničar and in course of ten seasons he played more than 300 official games for the club, scoring 127 goals.

In winter of 2001, he moved to rich Russian second division club Volgar Astrahan. He stayed there less than a year, as he returned to FK Željezničar in autumn. In spring of 2005, he declared that he is retiring from professional playing career.

International career[edit]

He also played for Bosnia and Herzegovina national team. He collected 18 caps and scored 6 goals. He made his debut on 22 February 1997 in a game against Vietnam (Bosnia won 4-0).

Coaching career[edit]

After retirement, club chairman offered him a place of sporting director. He accepted the offer, but after the manager Nenad Starovlah was sacked in September 2006, Muharemović temporary took over his position as a replacement.

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