Darko Vojvodić

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Darko Vojvodić
Personal information
Date of birth (1970-05-08) 8 May 1970 (age 54)
Place of birth Foča, SFR Yugoslavia
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Position(s) Midfielder
Team information
Current team
Famos Vojkovići (manager)
Youth career
Sutjeska Foča
Proleter Teslić
Željezničar
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Loznica
Napredak Kruševac
Badnjevac
1995–1997 Radnički Kragujevac
1997–2000 Sartid Smederevo
2000–2001 Sutjeska Nikšić ?? (3)
2001–2002 Milicionar
2002–2004 Sloboda Tuzla 34 (6)
2004–2005 Čelik Zenica 12 (0)
2006 Budućnost Banovići 7 (0)
2006–2008 Sloboda Tuzla 25 (0)
Managerial career
2009 Sutjeska Foča
2010 Proleter Teslić
2010–2011 Drina Zvornik
2011–2012 Sloboda Tuzla
2012–2014 Radnički Lukavac
2014–2015 GOŠK Gabela
2015 Slavija Sarajevo
2016 Travnik
2016–2017 Zvijezda Gradačac
2017 GOŠK Gabela
2017–2018 Tuzla City
2018–2019 Borac Banja Luka
2019 Radnički 1923
2019–2020 Olimpik
2021 Vis Simm-Bau
2021–2022 Goražde
2022–2023 Sloboda Novi Grad
2023– Famos Vojkovići
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Darko Vojvodić (born 8 May 1970) is a Bosnian Serb professional football manager and former player who is the most manager of First League of RS club Famos Vojkovići.

Playing career

Vojvodić played with Radnički Kragujevac in the 1995–96 Second League of FR Yugoslavia season. Then he played with Sartid Smederevo in the 1998–99 First League of FR Yugoslavia season.

In the season 1999–2000, Vojvodić was the topscorer of Sartid in the league with 9 goals. Next, he played with Montenegrin side Sutjeska Nikšić in the 2000–01 First League season, having scored 3 goals.

In 2002, he returned to Bosnia and Herzegovina and played with Sloboda Tuzla, Čelik Zenica and Budućnost Banovići in the Bosnian Premier League. He retired in 2008 while playing for Sloboda.

Managerial career

After finishing his playing career, Vojvodić was a manager of a number of Bosnian clubs.

He started in 2009, managing Sutjeska Foča and finished the first half of the season at top of the First League of RS. Next he coached Proleter Teslić, from where he moved to Drina Zvornik in September 2010.

He also managed his former club Sloboda Tuzla, Radnički Lukavac, Slavija Sarajevo, Travnik, GOŠK Gabela, with whom he won the 2016–17 First League of FBiH, and Tuzla City which was at that time known as "Sloga Simin Han".

Vojvodić worked as the manager of Borac Banja Luka, a position he came on in March 2018. In the 2018–19 First League of RS season, on 11 May 2019, in a 1–3 away win against Rudar Prijedor, he got Borac promoted back to the Bosnian Premier League. On 5 June 2019, Vojvodić decided to leave Borac after stating that the club did not want him to be the clubs's manager in the next season.

On 5 September 2019, he was named new manager of Serbian First League club Radnički 1923, a team he previously played at and also captained which was at the time known as "Radnički Kragujevac". His first win as Radnički manager was in a 1–0 home league match against Zlatibor Čajetina on 8 September 2019. In November 2019, he was sacked from the position of Radnički manager.

On 13 December 2019, Vojvodić became the new manager of, at the time, First League of FBiH club Olimpik. In Vojvodić's first official game as Olimpik manager, his team drew 1–1, but later lost in a penalty shootout against Široki Brijeg in the quarter-finals of the 2019–20 Bosnian Cup on 4 March 2020. His first win as Olimpik's manager was in a 2–0 home league match against Slaven Živinice on 7 March 2020. On 26 May 2020, the 2019–20 First League of FBiH season ended abruptly due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina and by default, Olimpik, led by Vojvodić, were crowned league champions and got promoted back to the Bosnian Premier League. On 5 September 2020, he was let go by the club and replaced by Esad Selimović.

On 10 March 2021, Vojvodić was named new manager of First League of FBiH club Vis Simm-Bau.

Managerial statistics

As of 16 March 2024
Managerial record by team and tenure
Team From To Record
G W D L Win %
Drina Zvornik 20 September 2010 13 March 2011 11 5 1 5 045.45
Sloboda Tuzla 5 October 2011 30 April 2012 15 4 2 9 026.67
Radnički Lukavac 19 September 2012 27 June 2014 41 19 12 10 046.34
GOŠK Gabela 17 October 2014 30 June 2015 20 12 6 2 060.00
Slavija Sarajevo 19 August 2015 8 December 2015 17 6 5 6 035.29
Travnik January 2016 March 2016 4 0 3 1 000.00
Zvijezda Gradačac 15 May 2016 5 January 2017 20 10 4 6 050.00
GOŠK Gabela 7 January 2017 6 June 2017 15 9 4 2 060.00
Tuzla City 7 June 2017 29 January 2018 20 13 3 4 065.00
Borac Banja Luka 22 March 2018 5 June 2019 44 29 8 7 065.91
Radnički 1923 4 September 2019 4 November 2019 11 3 2 6 027.27
Olimpik 13 December 2019 4 September 2020 7 1 0 6 014.29
Vis Simm-Bau 10 March 2021 15 August 2021 14 3 3 8 021.43
Goražde 20 September 2021 30 June 2022 25 8 5 12 032.00
Sloboda Novi Grad 1 July 2022 5 January 2023 18 13 3 2 072.22
Famos Vojkovići 21 June 2023 Present 20 10 2 8 050.00
Total 302 145 63 94 048.01

Honours

Manager

GOŠK Gabela

Borac Banja Luka

Olimpik

References

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