FK Jagodina

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FK Jagodina
FK Jagodina Emblem.png
Full name Fudbalski klub Jagodina
Nickname(s) Ćurani (The Turkeys)
Plavi Tim (The Blue Team)
Founded 1919 (94 years ago)
Ground Jagodina City Stadium
Ground Capacity 15,000
President Serbia Goran Milanović
Head coach Serbia Mladen Dodić
League Serbian SuperLiga
2012–13 Serbian SuperLiga, 4th
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours
Current season

Fudbalski klub Jagodina (Serbian Cyrillic: Фудбалски клуб Јагодина, English: Jagodina Football Club) is Serbian professional football club based in the city of Jagodina. Since 1919, the club has participated in the top-flight football competitions of Yugoslavia and Serbia. FK Jagodina won their first Serbian Cup in 2013.

History[edit]

Background (1906-1944)[edit]

The first ball was brought to Jagodina by the founder and director of the local male teachers school Sreten Adžić, who brought it from Vienna in 1906. However, after the end of the First World War, more precisely in 1919, the first football club was founded, after initiative of Milan Trifunović and several former Serbian soldiers, and the new club was named FK Zora. The first match was organized by Josip Baner, who had the idea when he returned home from Skopje, and the club played against a combined team of SK Jugoslavija and BSK Belgrade. FK Zora won the match by 6-0 in front of 200 spectators.[1] In 1921, FK Zora was disbanded and a new club, named SK Sparta, was formed, but in the same year the club was banned and changed its name in JSK Budućnost, which played in the league system of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (named Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes until 1929). In 1923, the club won the Šumadija League, which corresponded to the third national tier.[1] In the meantime, several teams were formed, but were later dissolved and their players formed in 1935 the football club JSK (Jagodinski sportski klub, Jagodina Sports Club). During the World War II, despite all difficulties, the JSK accomplishes major results. So in 1943, where JSK played 45 matches of which were won 32, and achieved the top position of the regional league of Morava Banovina. In the qualifications for the Serbian League, JSK defeat Šumadija Kragujevac, however, the following season was postponed and never played. Its last match in this period was played on 25 May 1944, when they won SK Karađorđe from Paraćin by 1-0.[1]

1945-1962[edit]

On 5 May 1945, the day of the German capitulation, which marked the end of the war, a new club, named SD Polet, was founded and competed in the Morava League. In 1946, the club was renamed to FK Nikčević and in 1947, it reached the 1/16 finals of the Yugoslav Cup. In 1949, the club renamed again its name, this time to FK Sloga, and competed in the Kragujevac League. In 1951, the club was renamed in FK Mladost, and in 1954 to FK Morava (In 1957, FK Morava qualified for Yugoslav Second League).[1] During this same period, other football clubs were formed in Jagodina (city of Jagodina was renamed to Svetozarevo), including the FK Mladi radnik (in 1948). In 1952, the club renamed to FK Jedinstvo. In thr same year, FK Svetozarevo was established and soon the club was renamed to OFK Kablovi, after the local cable factory. All these three clubs, FK Morava, FK Jedinstvo and OFK Kablovi are merged on 14 October, in 1962, into one single club, FK Jagodina. Despite the long history of many name changes and club mergers, the root of the club is the year of 1919, where was established FK Zora. However, FK Jagodina not recorded significant results in the following decades, and the club was located mainly in the fourth, and occasionally in the third stage of the Yugoslav football competition.[1]

1993–present[edit]

The club achieved its major success in 1993, when they promoted to the Second League of FR Yugoslavia.[1] After a few setbacks, the club reached its new low point between 2002 and 2006, when they competed in the fourth national level. However, 2006 marked a turning point for FK Jagodina, which achieved three successive promotions, and returned in 2008 to the top flight, the Serbian SuperLiga, where it remained until nowadays.[2] The 2011–12 Serbian SuperLiga marked FK Jagodina’s best season ever, by finishing the season on the fourth place, and thus booking a place in the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League first qualification round. The year 2012 was so far the most successful year in club's history. In addition to the reaching of the UEFA Europa League qualification round, the Jagodina City Stadium received new floodlights in November. The club finished fourth at the end of the 2012–13 season and won the 2012–13 Serbian Cup for the first time in its history.[3]

Stadium[edit]

Jagodina City Stadium

The home field of FK Jagodina is the Jagodina City Stadium, which can hold 15,000 spectators. It dates from 1958, but was partly reconstructed in 2007.[4] New seats were installed and the roof was constructed in the west stand along with VIP rooms. In 2009, new roof was constructed on the north stand. In November 2012, FK Jagodina installed floodlights with strength of 1,500 lux.[5] The stadium has also a professional gym and cafe.

Further development of the stadium will include new athletic trace and reconstruction of east and south stand.

Supporters[edit]

The organized supporters group of FK Jagodina are known as Curani Sever (Legionari, Patriote).

FK Jagodina in Europe[edit]

  • Qualified for Europe in 2 season
Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
2012–13 Europa League QR1 Kazakhstan Ordabasy 0–1 0–0 0–1
2013–14 Europa League QR2 Russia Rubin Kazan 2–3 0–1 2–4

Current squad[edit]

As of 23 February 2014[6]

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Serbia GK Nikola Perić
3 Serbia DF Ivan Miladinović
4 Croatia DF Dajan Šimac
6 Serbia DF Aleksandar Filipović
7 Serbia MF Milan Đurić
8 Serbia MF Dušan Martinović
10 Serbia DF Danijel Mihajlović
12 Serbia GK Ilija Pujkić
13 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Dario Damjanović
14 Serbia MF Đorđe Šušnjar
17 Serbia FW Nikola Mojsilović
18 Serbia FW Marko Mrkić
19 Serbia DF Aleksandar Živanović
No. Position Player
20 Serbia DF Slađan Mijatović
22 Serbia GK Petar Jokić
23 Serbia MF Miloš Lepović
26 Montenegro DF Vladimir Ilić
29 Serbia MF Vuk Mitošević
31 Serbia MF Ivan Cvetković (captain)
33 Serbia DF Milan Milinković
44 Serbia GK Anđelko Đuričić
45 Serbia FW Aleksandar Pešić
50 Republic of Macedonia MF Nikola Jakimovski
77 Serbia MF Filip Arsenijević
95 Serbia MF Dean Tišma

Out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Serbia GK Stevica Zdravković (on loan at Trgovački Jagodina)
Serbia DF Marko Perović (on loan at Trgovački Jagodina)
Serbia DF Lazar Stojković (on loan at Trgovački Jagodina)
Serbia DF Stefan Rudić (on loan at Trgovački Jagodina)
Serbia DF Andrija Mitić (on loan at Trgovački Jagodina)
Serbia DF Bojan Ciger (on loan at Trgovački Jagodina)
Serbia MF Nemanja Zdravković (on loan at Trgovački Jagodina)
No. Position Player
Serbia MF Milan Simonović (on loan at Trgovački Jagodina)
Serbia MF Stefan Đurić (on loan at Trgovački Jagodina)
Serbia MF Stefan Bogojević (on loan at Trgovački Jagodina)
Serbia MF Miloš Trifunović (on loan at Jedinstvo Paraćin)
Montenegro MF Luka Petričević (on loan at Montenegro Mogren Budva)
Serbia FW Igor Dimitrijević (on loan at Trgovački Jagodina)
Serbia FW Nemanja Stanojević (on loan at Trgovački Jagodina)

For recent transfers, see List of Serbian football transfers winter 2013-14. For summer transfers, see List of Serbian football transfers summer 2013.

Technical staff[edit]

As of 8 March 2013

Current technical staff
  • Manager: Serbia Mladen Dodić
  • 1st Assistant Manager/Coach: Serbia Vladan Petrović
  • 2nd Assistant Manager/Coach: Serbia Dejan Kaplanović
  • Fitness Coach: Serbia Vladimir Živanović
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Serbia Nebojša Kostić
  • Secretary of the coaching staff: Serbia Ivan Radivojević
  • Doctor: Serbia Dr. Nikola Crnković
  • Physiotherapist: Serbia Jelena Vučković
  • Physiotherapist: Serbia Vladimir Veljković
  • Equipment manager: Serbia Dejan Antić

Club management[edit]

As of 8 March 2013

Current management
  • President: Serbia Goran Milanović
  • Vice-president: Serbia Životije Jovanović
  • General secretary:: Serbia Slavko Gajin
  • Stadium director: Serbia Slaviša Pantelić

Club honours[edit]

Individual awards[edit]

Serbian First League top scorer

Season Name Goals
2008 Serbia Igor Pavlović 17

Serbian SuperLiga top scorers

Season Name Goals
2012–13 Serbia Miloš Stojanović 19

Notable players[edit]

To appear in this section a player must have either:
  • Played at least 80 games for the club.
  • Set a club record or won an individual award while at the club.
  • Played at least one international games for their national team at any time.

For the list of all current and former players with Wikipedia article, please see: Category:FK Jagodina players.

Coaching history[edit]

  • Serbia Svetozar Andrejić (1972–87)
  • Serbia Milojko Gošić (30 June 2007 – 26 Dec 2008)
  • Serbia Nenad Milovanović (24 Dec 2008 – 2 May 2009) [7]
  • Serbia Milojko Gošić (caretaker) (2009) [8]
  • Serbia Nebojša Maksimović (2009)
  • Serbia Mladen Dodić (1 July 2009 – 25 Oct 2010)
  • Serbia Milojko Gošić (28 Oct 2010 – 11 April 2011)
  • Serbia Jovica Škoro (11 April 2011 – 30 June 2011)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Simo Krunić (1 July 2011 – 2 June 2013)
  • Serbia Mladen Dodić (7 June 2013–)

Kit manufacturers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f History at FK Jagodina official website, retrieved 4-6-2012 (Serbian)
  2. ^ FK Jagodina league classification at srbijafudbal.net, retrieved 4-6-2012
  3. ^ "FK Jagodina: Istorijska 2012. godina za klub" (in Serbian). The Blic. Retrieved 7 December 2012. 
  4. ^ FK Jagodina at srpskistadioni.in.rs
  5. ^ "Jagodina pod reflektorima" (in Serbian). By YouTube. Retrieved 7 December 2012. 
  6. ^ Squad at FK Jagodina official website, retrieved 17-8-2013
  7. ^ SL: Jagodina bez trenera, otkaz Milovanoviću , MTS Mondo, 2 May 2009
  8. ^ Maksimović novi trener Jagodine, B92, 15 May 2009

External links[edit]

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