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  1. Vujadin Boškov (en serbio: Вујадин Бошков) (Begeč, Yugoslavia, 16 de mayo de 1931-Novi Sad, Serbia, 27 de abril de 2014) [1] [2] fue un futbolista y entrenador serbio.

  2. Vujadin Boškov (Serbian Cyrillic: Вујадин Бошков, pronounced [ʋujǎdin bǒʃkoʋ]; 16 May 1931 – 27 April 2014) was a Serbian footballer and manager. A midfielder, he played 57 matches for the Yugoslavia national team. He experienced his greatest success as a coach in 1990, when he won the European Cup Winners' Cup ...

  3. El serbio falleció ayer a los 82 años en Génova, tras una exitosa carrera como jugador y entrenador. Fue el autor de frases célebres como la de “fútbol es fútbol”, que desdramatizó las batallas sobre el césped.

  4. Vujadin Boškov (in serbo Вујадин Бошков?, IPA: [ʋuˈjadin ˈboʃkoʋ]; Begeč, 16 maggio 1931 – Novi Sad, 27 aprile 2014) è stato un allenatore di calcio e calciatore jugoslavo, di ruolo centrocampista

  5. 27 de abr. de 2014 · Vujadin Boskov, exentrenador entre otros de Real Madrid, falleció este domingo a los 82 años después de una dura enfermedad que apagó la vida de un profesional de los banquillos.

  6. 14 de may. de 2021 · Vujadin Boškov was the son of a carpenter, and he arguably took some of his father’s skills into his coaching career. Crafting his teams in both his image and to fit within their environment, he made the leap from playing to coaching with consummate ease.

  7. 27 de abr. de 2014 · On Sunday afternoon, Serbian club FK Vojvodina de Novi Sad announced the passing of Vujadin Boškov, ex-coach of teams such as Real Zaragoza, Real Madrid CF and Real Sporting de Gijón, at 82 years of age.