Muhamed Mujić

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Muhamed Mujić
Personal information
Full name Muhamed Mujić
Date of birth (1933-04-25)25 April 1933
Place of birth Mostar, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Date of death 20 February 2016(2016-02-20) (aged 82)
Place of death Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1950–1962 Velež Mostar 341 (104)
1962–1963 Bordeaux 18 (3)
1963–1964 Dinamo Zagreb 23 (7)
1964–1966 Velež Mostar 47 (11)
1966 K. Beringen F.C. 3 (1)
1966–1968 Velež Mostar 24 (7)
National team
1956–1962 Yugoslavia 32 (17)
Teams managed
1976–1977 Velež Mostar
1982–1983 Velež Mostar
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Muhamed Mujić (25 April 1933 – 20 February 2016) was a Bosnian footballer. He played for Velež Mostar for the most of his career. He also played at 1956 Summer Olympics for SFR Yugoslavia, winning a silver medal,[1] and at the 1962 FIFA World Cup for SFR Yugoslavia.[2] In the Yugoslavia's game he served as captain[citation needed] in a brutal match that saw him break Soviet defender Eduard Dubinsky's leg, that partially caused his death, seven years later.[3] Although referee Albert Dusch took no action Mujić was sent home by his own federation.[4][5]

Career statistics[edit]

International goals[edit]

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 28 November 1956 Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia  United States 9–1 Win 1956 Olympics
2. 28 November 1956 Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia  United States 9–1 Win 1956 Olympics
3. 28 November 1956 Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia  United States 9–1 Win 1956 Olympics
4. 29 September 1957 Stadionul Național, Bucharest, Romania  Romania 1–1 Draw 1958 World Cup qual.
5. 10 November 1957 JNA Stadium, Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia  Greece 4–1 Win 1958 World Cup qual.
6. 10 November 1957 JNA Stadium, Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia  Greece 4–1 Win 1958 World Cup qual.
7. 14 September 1958 Praterstadion, Vienna, Austria  Austria 3–4 Win Friendly
8. 11 October 1959 JNA Stadium, Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia  Hungary 2–4 Lost Friendly
9. 25 October 1959 Vasil Levski Stadium, Sofia, Bulgaria  Bulgaria 1–1 Draw 1960 ENC qual.
10. 15 November 1959 JNA Stadium, Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia  Greece 4–0 Win 1960 Olympics qual.
11. 15 November 1959 JNA Stadium, Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia  Greece 4–0 Win 1960 Olympics qual.
12. 20 December 1959 Niedersachsenstadion, Hannover, West Germany  West Germany 1–1 Draw Friendly
13. 10 April 1960 JNA Stadium, Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia  Israel 1–2 Lost 1960 Olympics qual.
14. 18 June 1961 JNA Stadium, Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia  Morocco 3–2 Win Friendly
15. 18 June 1961 JNA Stadium, Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia  Morocco 3–2 Win Friendly
16. 2 December 1961 Government Stadium, Wan Chai, Hong Kong  Hong Kong 1–2 Win Friendly
17. 7 December 1961 Gelora Senayan Main Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia  Indonesia 1–5 Win Friendly
Correct as of 7 March 2016[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Olympic results". 
  2. ^ "FIFA player statistics". 
  3. ^ "ESPN Top Tenner: Notorious Fouls". Retrieved May 20, 2014.
  4. ^ Hunt, Chris. World Cup of Soccer. Buffalo NY: Fierfly Books Ltd., 2010. page 131. Print.
  5. ^ "Bivši igrač Dinama Muhamed Mujić preminuo u 83. godini". 24sata.hr. 21 February 2016. 
  6. ^ "Football PLAYER: Muhamed Mujić". eu-football.info.