RK Radnički Kragujevac

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RK Radnički Kragujevac
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Full name Rukometni Klub Radnički Kragujevac
Nickname(s) Crveni Đavoli (The Red Devils)
Founded 1964
Arena Hala Jezero, Kragujevac
Capacity 3,570
President Nikola Petrović
Head coach Nedeljko Vučković
League Serbian Super Handball League (SRLS)
2014–15 Serbian Super Handball League (SRLS), 5th
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Website
www.rkradnicki.com

Rukometni klub Radnički (Serbian Cyrillic: Рукометни клуб Раднички, English: Handball club Radnički) is a handball club from Kragujevac, Serbia. Founded in 1964, RK Radnički Kragujevac celebrated 50 years in 2014, which was the most successful year in club's history. Radnički finished the 2013/14 season occupying the second place with 15 points (same as the defending champion, Vojvodina) in the Serbian Super Handball League (SRLS) Play-off. That finish qualified them to compete in the EHF Challenge Cup as well as the SEHA Gazprom League.

Radnički finished the 2014/15 season in the Serbian Super Handball League (SRLS) Play-off on fifth place with six points, however getting the chance to compete in the EHF Cup qualifying stage in 2015/16 season due to Partizan dropping out of the competition.

Team 2014/15[edit]

Goalkeepers[edit]

  • 12 Serbia Lekić Nenad
  • 16 Serbia Petrović Dušan
  • 67 Serbia Gemaljević Janko

Wing players[edit]

  • 10 Serbia Gugleta Aleksandar
  • 17 Serbia Spasić Đorđe
  • 33 Serbia Tomić Bojan
  • 89 Serbia Rajičević Ivan

Back court players[edit]

  • 5 Serbia Pralica Dejan
  • 8 Serbia Prodanović Miloš
  • 15 Serbia Mošić Ivan
  • 20 Serbia Milinčić Ivan
  • 21 Serbia Simić Strahinja
  • 77 Serbia Šmigić Ivan
  • 85 Serbia Bosić Aleksandar

Line players[edit]

  • 4 Serbia Davidović Veljko
  • 9 Serbia Janićijević Aleksandar
  • 11 Serbia Basarić Davor

Notable former players[edit]

  • Serbia Šmigić Ivan
  • Serbia Pralica Dejan
  • Serbia Mandić Nenad
  • Serbia Gugleta Aleksandar
  • Serbia Bosić Aleksandar
  • Serbia Rajičević Ivan
  • Serbia Mošić Ivan
  • Serbia Krsto Milošević

Staff[edit]

  • Head coach: Serbia Nedeljko Vučković
  • Assistant coach: Serbia Rodoljub Kurandić
  • Technical staff: Serbia Milutin Tasić
  • Team doctor: Serbia Igor Mitrović

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