Boris Bračulj

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Boris Bračulj (born in 1939 in Sinj, former Yugoslavia, now Croatia) is a Bosnian football coach and former player.

He started playing youth football in his hometown's NK Junak in 1954. A year later, he moved to Sarajevo suburb Ilidža and began playing for FK Igman. He played for the youth squad until he became a part of the first team in 1957. He also played for Čelik Zenica before he moved to FK Željezničar in 1963. He played in 97 league matches for the club, scoring 18 goals. He retired from active playing career in 1969.

However, he stayed in football as a coach. He is considered to be one of the best Bosnian football fitness coaches. He worked in FK Željezničar youth squads, and then as a head coach in Jedinstvo Bihać, Iskra Bugojno and Leotar Trebinje. In 1978, he became an assistant coach to Ivica Osim in FK Željezničar. He was also a club's head coach on two occasions and now he is working as an assistant coach again, this time to Enver Hadžiabdić.

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