Dragutin Cermak

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October 17, 2021

Dragutin "Misko" Čermak (Serbian: Драгутин "Мишко" Чермак) (October 12, 1944 – October 12, 2021) was a Yugoslav basketball player, who played for the Yugoslav national basketball team from 1968 to 1975, which he also captained. been. Čermak has been married to actress Vesna Malohodžić since August 1973. Čermak played for Nationale-Nederlanden Donar from Groningen from 1973 to 1975 and was also a trainer of the first team. The then coach, Hans Perrier, was not a trainer and so Čermak got a double role. Čermak was the first Eastern European to play for a Dutch basketball club. After his second season did not go as well as the club had hoped, Čermak left Donar to return to Yugoslavia. He died on October 12, 2021 on his 77th birthday in Belgrade.

Roll of Honor

Losing finalist at the 1968 Olympics World Champion 1970 Losing finalist at Eurobasket 1969 Losing finalist at Eurobasket 1971

See also

List of people who died on their birthday

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