Marko Kraljević (footballer)

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Marko Kraljević
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Kraljević with Woodlands Wellington in 2012.
Personal information
Date of birth (1965-11-01) 1 November 1965 (age 49)
Place of birth Dusseldorf, West Germany
Playing position Attacking midfielder
Club information
Current team
Balestier Khalsa (head coach)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
-1990 NK Osijek
1991-1994 Kelantan FA
1995 HK Rangers
1996-1998 Balestier Central
1999-2000 Tampines Rovers
2001 Jurong FC
Teams managed
2008-2011 Balestier Khalsa (Prime League team)
2012-2013 Woodlands Wellington FC (Prime League team)
2014- Balestier Khalsa
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Marko Kraljević (born 1 November 1965) is a former German-Croat footballer who played in the S.League during its early years for Balestier Central,[1][2] Tampines Rovers and Jurong FC as a striker.[3] Prior to that, he also played in the Malaysian Premier League for Kelantan.[4] He also have played for Hong Kong Rangers in 1995.[5]

After he retired, Marko started off his coaching career with the Balestier Khalsa Centre of Excellence under-16 team, working his way up to become the head coach of the Prime League team for the Tigers. He then moved to become the Prime League coach of Woodlands Wellington FC in 2012. Marko returned to Balestier as head coach for their 2014 S.League season.[6]

Marko is also the successful joint-owner of the Stadio futsal facilities found around Singapore together with V. Sundramoorthy.[7]

He is married to a Singaporean wife and has two children.

League career statistics[edit]

Club Performance League
Singapore Prime League
Club Season Played Wins Draws Losses Scored Conceded Difference Points Win % Draw % Lose %
Woodlands Wellington 2012 30 11 3 16 37 48 -11 36 36.6% 10% 53.4%

Cup competition stats[edit]

  • 2012 Singapore Pools FA Cup - Third Round

(Prime League teams receive automatic byes into the FA Cup Third Round)

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