MALJKOVIC, BOZIDAR
Born: 20 April, 1952 Nationality: Serbia
Euroleague
SeasonTeamW-L%
2001-02 Unicaja 6 - 8 42.86 %
2002-03 Unicaja 8 - 11 42.11 %
2004-05 Real Madrid 9 - 11 45.00 %
2005-06 Real Madrid 12 - 11 52.17 %
2006-07 Tau Ceramica 20 - 4 83.33 %
2012-13 Cedevita Zagreb 2 - 8 20.00 %
Eurocup
SeasonTeamW-L%
2011-12 Lokomotiv Kuban 9 - 5 64.29 %
Career Notes
Head Coach OKK Radnicki (1979-81)...Head Coach Jugoplastika Split (1986-90)...Head Coach FC Barcelona (1990-92)...Head Coach CSP Limoges (1992-95)...Head Coach Panathinaikos Athens (1995-97)...Head Coach Racing Paris (1997-98)...Head Coach CB Malaga (1999-03)...Head Coach Real Madrid CF (2004-2006)...Head Baskonia Vitoria (March '07-June'07)...Head Coach Lokomotiv Kuban (2011-2012)...Head Coach Cedevita Zagreb (2012-....)
Miscellaneous
Won the 1987-88, 1988-89 and 1989-90 Yugoslav National Championship with Jugoplastika Split...won the 1989-90 Yugoslav Super Cup with Jugoplastika...won the 1992-93 and 1993-94 French National Championship with CSP Limoges...won the 2004-05 Spanish National Championship with Real Madrid CF...won the 1988, 1989 and 1990 Yugoslav National Cup with Jugoplastika Split...won the 1991 Spanish National Cup (King's Cup) with FC Barcelona...won the 1994 and 1995 French National Cup with CSP Limoges...won the 1996 Greek National Cup with Panathinaikos Athens...won the 1989 and 1990 Euroleague with Jugoplastika Split...won the 1993 Euroleague with CSP Limoges...won the 1996 Euroleague with Panathinaikos Athens...won the 2001 Korac Cup with Unicaja Malaga...won the 1997 Intercontinental Cup with Panathinaikos Athens
Honors
Named Yugoslavian Coach of the Year (1987-88, 1988-89 and 1989-90)...European Coach of the Year (1988-89 and 1989-90)...named French League Coach of the Year (1992-93)...named European Coach of the Year by FIBA Basket Magazine (1993)...named French League Coach of the Year (1993-94)...named European Coach of the Year by FIBA Basket Magazine (1996)
Notes
Technical Director CSP Limoges.(January '99-May '99)