FK Sloboda Novi Grad

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Sloboda Novi Grad
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Full name Sloboda Novi Grad
Founded 1910
Ground Stadion Mlakve
Ground Capacity 7,500
Chairman Brane Umićević
Manager Ljubiša Drljača
League RS First League
2012–13 8th
Home colours
Away colours

FK Sloboda (Serbian Cyrillic: ФK Cлoбoдa Hoви Гpaд) is a football club from the town of Novi Grad, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The club competes in the First League of the Republika Srpska.

Notable former players[edit]

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Mladen Bosančić-"Boske"
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Saša Keranović
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Nedo Zdjelar
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Zoran Bujić or Buić
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Duško Vranešević
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Zoran Popović
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Saša Kovačević
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Ernest Šabić
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Ljubiša Drljača
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Drago Ivančević
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Zoran Ivičić
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Mišo Jelisavac
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Zoran Lukač
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Marko Kolundžija
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Igor Golić
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Dejan Sundać
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Boban Zdjelar
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Mirko Tica
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Zoran Popović
  • Serbia Aleksandar Stanojčić
  • Serbia Velibor Todorović
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Nenad Beronja
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Anando Krecelj
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Milan Zec
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Nemanja Babić
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Branko Ilinčić
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Mujo Čaušević
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Aleksandar Žujić
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Ljuban Antonić
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Mirko Hrvaćanin
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Sadif Dizdarević
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Ajdin Mustedanagić
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Dženan Sulejmanović

Notable former coaches[edit]

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Mirko Tintor

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