FK Podrinje Janja

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Podrinje
Full name FK Podrinje Janja
Founded 1927
Ground Stadion Poloj
Ground Capacity 4,000
Chairman Samir Hadžirešić
Manager Senad Hadžić
League Second League RS
2015–16 1st

FK Podrinje Janja (Serbian Cyrillic: ФK Пoдpињe Jaњa) is a football club from the town of Janja, in Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is one of the oldest clubs in the country.

Players[edit]

Many players begin their career in the club, but perhaps the most famous of all is Savo Milošević that after playing in Podrinje signed with Belgrade´s FK Partizan afterwordes having a worldwide famous career and being Serbian international footballer.

Squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Zoran Konculić
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Mirsad Arnautović
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Dragan Konculić
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Denis Arnautović
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Muhamed Sajtanović
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Cvijetin Pavić
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Semir Velagić
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Alen Arnautović
No. Position Player
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Pero Ostojić
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Bojan Karač
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Adin Sinanović
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Adel Mujić
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Omer Merić
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Dženan Redžić
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Nemanja Veselinović
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Stojko Kikić
Bosnia and Herzegovina Huso Karjašević (Karijašević)
Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Savo Đurić
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bakir Mulamustafić
Bosnia and Herzegovina Danijel Milojević
Bosnia and Herzegovina Ljubiša Jović
Bosnia and Herzegovina Ranko Vuković
Bosnia and Herzegovina Elvir Iljić
Bosnia and Herzegovina Čedomir Mašanović
Bosnia and Herzegovina Dušan Milošević
Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Mehmed Adanalić
Bosnia and Herzegovina Emir Konjić
Bosnia and Herzegovina Malik Hadžić
Bosnia and Herzegovina Almin Ibrišimović
Bosnia and Herzegovina Asim Šehić
Bosnia and Herzegovina Hajrudin Alihodžić
Bosnia and Herzegovina Anel Mehmedbegović
Bosnia and Herzegovina Stefan Blagić

Coaching history[edit]

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Milorad Savić
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Borislav Tonković
  • Serbia Mile Lazarević
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Senad Hadžić

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