He was the first foreign goalkeeper to play in the Romanian football. He transferred from Dinamo Tirana to FC Braşov in 1991, where he stayed for four seasons, before moving to fellow-citizen team Tractorul Braşov in 1995. In his spell at FC Braşov he came up to 57 caps in the first division, although having toguh competition from teammates Şanta, Todericiu and Adrian Ene. In this time he also developed good romanian language, saying a in visit back there: "The time spent in Romania was the most beautiful of my career. I can not forget Braşov and the colleagues that I had, starting from Şanta and Ene, up to Săvoiu and Marian Ivan."
He is now coaching goalkeepers at the Albanian national football team and Dinamo Tirana. He belong to montenegrin minority in Albania, near of Shkodra (Vraka village), and his real name is Slobodan Božić (in montenegrian language).
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