Jusup with Zadar, in 2010.
|Born||8 September 1961|
Zadar, PR Croatia, FPR Yugoslavia
|2005||Telekom Baskets Bonn|
|Career highlights and awards|
Jusup started his sporting career in Zadar, first as a player, later as a coach. In 1992, at the age of only 31 he became the head coach of Zadar that played in the Croatian League and the EuroLeague. Altogether, he spent seven years in his hometown club during which he won two Croatian Cups (1998, 2003), the Adriatic League (2003) and played the finals of the Croatian League three times (1998, 1999 and 2002). Aside from Zadar and Zagreb, he coached Benston Zagreb and Split of the Croatian League and was named Croatian Coach of the Year twice (1998, 2003).
His first international position was the head coach of the Polish First Division club Anwil Wloclawek with which he took part in the Saporta Cup. He also participated in another European second-tier competition, ULEB Cup, with Zadar.
Telekom Baskets Bonn
Return to Široki
Return to Zadar
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