Haris Škoro

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Haris Škoro
Personal information
Date of birth (1962-09-02) September 2, 1962 (age 54)
Place of birth Sarajevo, FPR Yugoslavia
Height 1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1982–1987 Željezničar Sarajevo 107 (27)
1987–1988 Dinamo Zagreb 28 (14)
1988–1991 Torino 87 (17)
1991–1995 Zürich 93 (15)
1995–1996 Baden
National team
1985–1989 Yugoslavia 15 (4)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Haris Škoro (born September 2, 1962) is a Bosnian former footballer who represented Yugoslavia at international level.

He started playing football in FK Vogošća. After that, this still talented youngster, left to NK Bosna Visoko for which he played for one season. He was spotted there by FK Željezničar scouts who wanted him to come and play for them. In 1982, he made his debut in FK Željezničar's blue shirt. This powerful striker played a little more than 100 games for the club.[1] He was a part of the great generation which have managed to reach the 1984-1985 UEFA Cup semifinals.

That same year, he made his debut for Yugoslav national team as well. He has collected 15 caps in following years. He also scored four goals and played in the 1990 FIFA World Cup qualifiers for Yugoslavia.

In 1987, he moved to Dinamo Zagreb as Miroslav Blažević's biggest wish at the time. He made 30 appearances in the league and scored 14 goals. After only one season in Dinamo, he went to Serie A club Torino. He stayed there for three seasons.

He moved to Switzerland in 1992. as he has signed a contract with FC Zürich. He played for this Swiss club until 1995. After that, he played for FC Baden before he finally ended his career in 1996.

International game[edit]

Škoro did not feature in an official game for the Bosnian national team as it did not play any before 1996. He did however play for the Yugoslav pre-1992 team, scoring against England in a friendly at Wembley on December 13, 1989, a game which would see England win 2-1.

He lives in Switzerland.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ŠKORO Haris". Strukljeva. Retrieved 2009-10-07. 

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