Belasica hires Serbian manager

Marjan Živković will lead Belasica taking the place of Rade Cicmilovikj who had to resign due to not having the necessary UEFA licence for coaching in a top level league.

photo by FK Belasica: Živković (R) with the club owner Slavko Vaskov


The 45-year old Živković is former Serbian midfielder who had coaching experience from 2006, right after his retirement. Besides leading Radnički from his native town of Pirot on three occasions, he sat on the benches of Obilić, Kolubara, Hajduk Beograd and Novi Pazar before heading to China in the beginning of this year to take charge at Shěnyáng Dōngjìn.

Belasica had to hire a new manager prior to the beginning of the new season as Rade Cicmilovikj who got the club promoted does not have a UEFA Pro Licence. According to the rules implified by UEFA, a UEFA Pro Licence is required for anyone who wishes to manage a football club in the top tier of any European nation’s league system.

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