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|Full name||Dragan Ivanović|
|Date of birth||2 December 1969|
|Place of birth||Rumenka, SFR Yugoslavia|
|2017||Bačka Bačka Palanka|
- As of 26 December 2019
|ČSK Čelarevo||Serbia||July 2005||June 2016||300||210||52||38||70.00|
|Napredak||Serbia||July 2016||December 2016||21||10||5||6||47.62|
|Vojvodina||Serbia||December 2016||April 2017||7||4||0||3||57.14|
|Bačka Bačka Palanka||Serbia||July 2017||August 2017||4||0||0||4||0.00|
|Hajduk Kula Kula||Serbia||July 2018||August 2019||20||16||2||2||80.00|
After excellent results in seasons 2005 through 2007, Company Carlsberg, which was the general sponsor of FC Čelarevo, promoted Dragan for the General Teams Manager.
Dragan is very successful in discovering and developing players from the local to the international level:
- Srđan Plavšić was discovered by Dragan which played for FC Čelarevo, after he was transferred to Red Star, Belgrade, in 2015. He is now playing for FC Sparta Prague.
- Dejan Kerkez played for FC Čelarevo, after he was transferred to FC Maritimo, Portugal, in 2018.
- Milan Pavkov played for FC Čelarevo, after he was transferred to Red Star, Belgrade, in 2017.
- Aleksa Vukanović played for FC Čelarevo, after he was transferred to Red Star, Belgrade, in 2018.
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