Vuk Rasovic (football player)


November 30, 2021

Vuk Rasovic (Dortmund, January 3, 1973) is a former Serbian football player and current football coach.

Toy career

He passed all the selections of Partizan, and for the first team of the black and whites he played on two occasions and in that period won three titles of national champions (1992/93, 1998/99 and 2001/02) and one trophy in the national cup (2000 / 01). Between his two stays in Hum, he affirmed himself in Rad. From foreign clubs, he played for the Bulgarian Slavia from Sofia, the Russian Premier League Krylya Sovetov and the American MLS League Kansas City, where he ended his playing career due to injury. He played for the national team of FR Yugoslavia five times. Vuk's father is the playing legend of Partizan, Branko Rasovic, a member of the best generation in the history of the club, who, in addition to numerous domestic titles, was also the vice-champion of Europe.

Coaching career

He started his coaching career as the coach of the younger categories of Partizan, and in the 2009/10 season. was an assistant to Goran Stevanović, and then to Aleksandar Stanojević. In January 2011, he was promoted to head of the Zemun Teleoptik, a branch of the "black and whites" instead of Zvonko Varga, and in April 2013 he became the first black and white coach with whom he won the title of champion until the end of that competition season (2012/13). Of Serbia. After winning the autumn title in the 2013/14 season. Rasovic left Partizan and went to the Belarusian Dinamo Minsk, where he performed the function of sports director for the first six months, and then in the 2015/16 season. he was also the head of the expert staff. At the beginning of January 2017, Rasovic returned to Serbian football, becoming the coach of Krusevac's Napredak, which he led until the end of the 2016/17 season. after which he took over Al Faysali from Saudi Arabia. In the 2017/18 season. Rasovic was named the best coach of the Saudi Arabian football league.



Partizan FR Yugoslavia Championship (3): 1992/93, 1998/99, 2001/02. FR Yugoslavia Cup (1): 2000/01.


PartizanSuperliga Srbije (1): 2012/13.


Best coach in Saudi Arabia: 2017/18.


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