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Nenad Baćina (born 1971) is a football coach from Croatia.
Between 2000 and 2005 he played at the Singaporean S-League club Singapore Armed Forces Football Club (SAFFC), and he won two S-League Championships in 2000 and 2002. For three seasons he was the team captain.
During his professional football playing career he graduated at the University of Split as a professor of Physical Education and Sport Science.
In 2005, he started his coaching career as the youth development coach at the NK Spinut Soccer Clinic in Croatia.
Three years later, 2008, he joined Malaysian Super League club PDRM FC as the Head Coach Advisor and Technical Consultant during Malaysian Cup competition. PDRM FC reached the Malaysia Cup quarterfinals.
From February 2010 till June 2011 he was the senior team Head Coach Assistant and Head Coach of Football Academy at NK Sloga in Croatia.
In December 2012 he was appointed as the Head Coach of Tampines Rovers Football Club, defending champion of the Singapore S-League. he was relieved from his job in May 2013 after perceived failure in the AFC Cup, although the club were leading the S.League at the time of his dismissal.
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