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Milutin Šoškić
Milutin Šoškić
(Serbian Cyrillic: Милутин Шошкић; born 31 December 1937) is a Serbian former goalkeeper[1] who is one of FK Partizan's biggest legends. After retiring, he embarked on a coaching career. He was a long-time assistant in FK Partizan
FK Partizan
and was also the head coach of OFK Kikinda
OFK Kikinda
in the 1970s. In 1993, the USA national team head coach Bora Milutinović
Bora Milutinović
brought him into his staff to be the goalkeepers coach. Šoškić remained even after Milutinović left in 1995, continuing to work with the team under head coaches Steve Sampson and later Bruce Arena. He left the team along with Arena after 2006 FIFA World Cup. While coaching in the United States, his nickname was Sholi. References[edit]

^ "Milutin Šoškić". worldfootball.net. Retrieved 31 May 2013. 

External links[edit]

Milutin Šoškić
Milutin Šoškić
at Reprezentacija.rs
Reprezentacija.rs
(in Serbian) Milutin Šoškić
Milutin Šoškić
at fussballdaten.de (in German)

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Yugoslavia squad – 1960 European Nations' Cup
1960 European Nations' Cup
runners-up

GK Šoškić GK Vidinić DF Crnković DF Durković DF Jusufi DF Nikolić MF Kostić (c) MF Matuš MF Miladinović MF Perušić MF Žanetić MF Zebec FW Galić FW Jerković FW Knez FW Mujić FW Šekularac Coach: Lovrić, Nikolić, & Tirnanić

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Yugoslavia squad – 1960 Summer Olympics
1960 Summer Olympics
Gold Medalists

GK Šoškić GK Vidinić DF Durković DF Jusufi DF Nikolić DF Roganović DF Sombolac DF Žanetić MF Bego MF Kozlina MF Maravić MF Matuš MF Perušić FW Anković FW Takač FW Galić (c) FW Knez FW Kostić Coach: Tirnanić

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Yugoslavia squad – 1962 FIFA World Cup
1962 FIFA World Cup
Fourth Place

1 Šoškić 2 Durković 3 Jusufi 4 Radaković 5 Marković 6 Popović 7 Anković 8 Šekularac 9 Jerković 10 Galić (c) 11 Skoblar 12 Krivokuća 13 Svinjarević 14 Šijaković 15 Matuš 16 Mujić 17 Melić 18 Kovačević 19 Stojanović 20 Nikolić 21 Stipić 22 Ivoš Coach: Lovrić & Mihajlović

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OFK Beograd
OFK Beograd
– managers

Engel (1927–28) Nemes (1930–35) Uridil (1935) Nemes (1936–39) Mészáros (1939–40) Popović (1941) Ralić (1946–47) Broćić (1947–50) Ćirić (1951–53) Marjanović (1953–57) Božović (1957–58) P. Mihajlović (1958–59) Božović (1959–60) Vujadinović (1960–61) Ćirić (1961–63) Kos (1963) Antić (1963–64) Ćirić (1964–65) Milić (1965–66) Milutinović (1966–67) Ž. Mihajlović (1967–69) Zec (1969–70) Drenovac (1970–71) Marović (1971–73) Šoškić (1973–76) Beogradac (1976–78) Obradović (1978) Valok (1979) Obradović (1979) Marović (1979–80) Zec (1980–83) Spasojević (1983–84) Đorđević (1984–88) Petković (1988–89) Zec (1989–90) Živadinović (1990–91) Petković (1991–93) Krivokuća (1993–95) Mitrović (1995–96) Milenković (1996–97) Jović (1997) S. Vukašinović (1997–98) Serpak (1998) Ješić (1998–99) Krmpotić (1999–2000) Ivančević (2000) Varga (2000–01) Bekvalac (2001–03) Kuzmanovski (2003–04) Bekvalac (2004) Babić (2004–05) Krčmarević (2005–06) Dostanić (2006–07) B. Vukašinović (2007–08) Lj. Petrović (2008) Ivanović (2008–09) Krunić (2009) Đurđević (2009–11) Babić (2012) Kuzmanovski (2012) Milinković (2012–13) Krmpotić (2013) Milanović (2013–14) Krmpotić (2014) Đurđević (2014–15) V. Petrović (2015) Bekvalac (2015–)

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