Gjoko Hadžievski

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Gjoko Hadžievski
Personal information
Full name Gjokica Hadžievski
Date of birth (1955-03-31) 31 March 1955 (age 59)
Place of birth Bitola, SFR Yugoslavia
Playing position Coach
Club information
Current team
Al-Qadisiyah FC
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Teteks
Pelister
Teams managed
1988–1990 Pelister
1991–1993 Vardar
1993–1994 CSKA Sofia
1994–1995 Vardar
1995–1996 FK Vojvodina
1996–1999 Macedonia
2000 Jubilo Iwata
2001–2003 Vardar
2003–2004 Kastoria
2004–2005 Doxa Drama
2005–2006 Kastoria
2006–2007 Vihren Sandanski
2007–2009 FK Baku
2007 Azerbaijan
2009–2010 Atromitos
2010-2011 Simurq
2011-2012 Najran SC
2012-2013 Al-Taawon
2013-2014 Najran SC
2014- Al-Qadisiyah FC
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).

Gjoko Hadžievski or Ǵoko Hadžievski (Macedonian: Ѓоко Хаџиевски; born 31 March 1955 in SFR Yugoslavia) is a football coach from the Republic of Macedonia.

He played for Teteks and Pelister.[1]

He coached teams from Bulgaria (CSKA Sofia, Vihren Sandanski), Greece (Kastoria, Doxa Drama), Azerbaijan (FK Baku), Japan (Jubilo Iwata), Saudi Arabia (Najran SC) and Macedonia.[2][3]

Coaching career[edit]

Hadžievski started his coaching career at FK Pelister.

He resigned as coach for FK Vardar in summer 2003, and Zoran Stratev took his position.[4]

Between March 2004 to December 2005, he was the coach of Doxa Drama.

Between August 2006[5] until February 2007, he was the coach of Vihren Sandanski.[6]

Hadžievski was hired as coach of FK Baku in summer 2007.

On 31 October 2007, he was named as caretaker coach of Azerbaijan, as Shahin Diniyev resigned.[7]

He won the Azerbaijan Premier League title with FK Baku in 2009.

Honours and awards[edit]

Statistics[edit]

Manager[edit]

Team Nat From To Record
G W D L Win %
Pelister Republic of Macedonia 1988 1990 15 9 4 2 60.00
Vardar Skopje Republic of Macedonia 1991 1993 40 33 7 0 82.50
PFC CSKA Sofia Bulgaria June 1993 January 1994
Vardar Skopje Republic of Macedonia 1994 1995 45 33 11 1 73.33
Vojvodina Serbia 1995 1996 18 11 4 3 61.11
Macedonia Republic of Macedonia 1996 1999 31 10 8 13 32.26
Jubilo Iwata Japan 2000 2000 41 28 0 13 68.29
Vardar Skopje Republic of Macedonia 2001 2003 53 33 10 10 62.26
Kastoria Greece 2003 2004
Doxa Drama Greece 2004 2005
Kastoria Greece 2005 2006
Vihren Sandanski Bulgaria 2006 2007 30 11 4 15 36.67
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 2007 2007 3 0 1 2 00.00
Baku Azerbaijan 2007 2009 52 28 13 11 53.85
Atromitos Cyprus 2009 2010 26 10 7 9 38.46
Simurq Azerbaijan 2010 2011 22 2 6 14 09.09
Najran SC Saudi Arabia 2011 2012 26 7 9 10 26.92
Al-Taawon FC Saudi Arabia 2012 2013 15 3 4 8 20.00
Najran SC Saudi Arabia 2013 8 5 0 3 62.50
Total 426 224 88 114 52.58

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