|Date of birth||5 January 1957|
|Place of birth||Berovo, Republic of Macedonia|
|1985||Las Vegas Americans (indoor)||24||(13)|
|1985-1986||Pittsburgh Spirit (indoor)||41||(13)|
|1986-1987||Chicago Sting (indoor)||32||(8)|
|1989||Västra Frölunda IF||16||(0)|
|1989-1991||AIK Bačka Topola|
|1993-1995||Rad Belgrade (youth)|
|1995-2000||Partizan Belgrade (youth)|
|1995-2000||FR Yugoslavia U-17|
|2009-2010||Partizan Belgrade (ass't)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
He played a total of 518 matches for FK Partizan being by this the second player with most games played in the club, behind Momčilo Vukotić with 752. He played in the Major Indoor Soccer League in the United States under the name of Nicky Klincarski.
He played a total of eight matches for Yugoslavia national football team. His debut was crowned with a goal on 22 March 1980 in Sarajevo against Uruguay (2-1 win) and his last match was on 30 March 1983 in Timişoara against Romania ( 2-0 win ).
- Sometimes also spelled Nickie Klincarski or Nick Klincarski.
- Career story at Serbian Federation site
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