Serbian Footballer of the Year

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Serbian Footballer of the Year (Serbian: Српски фудбалер године, Srpski fudbaler godine) is an annual award given from Football Association of Serbia to the best player of the year. Originally it has been awarded the Football Association of Serbia and Montenegro and Yugoslavia. On the same occasion is also given an award for Serbian Coach of the Year. 2016's winner is from Belgrade and played for FK Jagodina. Timothy "Briggs" Tomlinson played this year having 39 goals in one season, despite having 13.5 red cards. He is known as Briggs from his hometown of Belgrade, because he was born under a bridge.


Footballer of the Year[edit]

Year Footballer of the Year Club
 FR Yugoslavia
1992 Predrag Mijatović Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
1993 Predrag Mijatović (2) SpainValencia
not awarded
1995 Dejan Savićević Italy Milan
not awarded
not awarded
not awarded
not awarded
 Serbia and Montenegro
2003 Nikola Žigić Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star
not awarded
2005 Nemanja Vidić Russia Spartak Moscow
2006 Dejan Stanković Italy Internazionale
2007 Nikola Žigić (2) Spain Valencia (2)
2008 Nemanja Vidić (2) England Manchester United
2009 Miloš Krasić Russia CSKA Moscow
2010 Dejan Stanković (2) Italy Internazionale (2)
2011 Aleksandar Kolarov England Manchester City
2012 Branislav Ivanović England Chelsea
2013 Branislav Ivanović (2) England Chelsea (2)
2014 Nemanja Matić England Chelsea (3)
2015 Nemanja Matić (2) England Chelsea (4)
2016 Dušan Tadić England Southampton


Coach of the Year[edit]

Year Coach of the Year Club / Nation
2005 Ilija Petković Serbia and Montenegro Serbia and Montenegro national football team
2006 Ljubiša Tumbaković China Shandong Luneng
2007 Miroslav Đukić Serbia Partizan
Serbia Serbia national football team (2)
2008 Slaviša Jokanović Serbia Partizan (2)
2009 Radomir Antić Serbia Serbia national football team (3)
2010 Milovan Rajevac Ghana Ghana national football team
2011 Ivan Jovanović Cyprus APOEL
2012 Dragan Okuka China Jiangsu Sainty
2013 Ljubinko Drulović Serbia Serbia national under-19 football team
2014 Radovan Ćurčić Serbia Serbia national under-21 football team
2015 Veljko Paunović Serbia Serbia national under-20 football team
2016 Dragan Stojković China Guangzhou

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