Husref Musemić

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Husref Musemić
Personal information
Date of birth (1961-07-04) 4 July 1961 (age 53)
Place of birth Janja, FPR Yugoslavia
Height 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1977–1979 Radnik Bijeljina 28 (3)
1979–1985 FK Sarajevo 118 (47)
1985–1989 Red Star Belgrade 87 (26)
1989 Hearts 6 (3)
1990 FK Sarajevo 26 (9)
1991 Twente 10 (0)
1992 VVV-Venlo 0 (0)
1992–1994 SC Pfullendorf 32 (16)
Total 307 (104)
National team
1983 Yugoslavia 1 (0)
1995 Bosnia-Herzegovina 1 (0)
Teams managed
1999–2000 Đerzelez Zenica
2001 FK Sarajevo
2002–2003 FK Sarajevo
2004 NK Čelik
2004–2008 FK Sarajevo
2008–2012 Olimpik Sarajevo
2013 FK Sarajevo
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Husref Musemić (born 4 July 1961) is a Bosnian football manager and former player.

Club career[edit]

Born in the town of Janja,[1] near Bijeljina, PR Bosnia-Herzegovina, FPR Yugoslavia, he begin his career playing in the local club FK Radnik Bijeljina, competing back then in the Yugoslav Second League group West.[2] In 1979 he joined Yugoslav First League side FK Sarajevo, where he will play the following 6 seasons. He was an important member of the memorable Sarajevo's squad that won the 1984–85 Yugoslav Championship, which gave him a ticket to a move in that summer to Red Star Belgrade.[1]

In Belgrade he represented the red&white's for the following four seasons, having in the meantime won another Yugoslav championship in 1988. He moved abroad in summer 1989 by joining Hearts but he only played the first half of the 1989–90 Scottish Premier Division, as during the winter break he returned to Yugoslavia and joined his former club, FK Sarajevo.[2]

By then, Sarajevo had already been deconstructed the championship winning squad from 1985, so a year after returning from Scotland, Musemić was moving abroad again, this time to the Netherlands by joining FC Twente. He played 9 games in the second half of the 1990–91 Eredivisie season, but in the following season he only managed to play one match,[3] so he spent the second part of the season playing with VVV-Venlo.[2] Before retiring he still played in Germany between 1992 and 1994 with SC Pfullendorf in the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg where he got the chance to show his scoring skills by netting 16 times in 32 matches.[2]

National team[edit]

He made his debut, and only match for the Yugoslav national team in a friendly match played in Timişoara, Romania, on 30 March 1983, in a Yugoslav victory of 2–0 against Romania.[1]

Later, after the break-up of SFR Yugoslavia, in 1995, he was part of the first ever official match of the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team.[4]

Coaching career[edit]

After retiring from playing, he begin his coaching career. Initially, he coached NK Đerzelez in the late 1990s, and afterwords he worked at FK Sarajevo as the assistant of coaches such as Mehmed Janjoš, Nermin Hadžiahmetović and Predrag Pašić, before becoming club's main coach and winning the 2006–07 Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina.[1]



FK Sarajevo
Red Star Belgrade


FK Sarajevo


  1. ^ a b c d Husref Musemić at (Serbian)
  2. ^ a b c d Husref Musemić at Playerhistory
  3. ^ FC Twente stats at FC Twente official website
  4. ^ Husref Musemić at

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