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Nebojša Vučićević

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Nebojša Vučićević
Personal information
Date of birth (1962-06-29)29 June 1962
Place of birth Belgrade, PR Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia
Date of death 11 March 2022(2022-03-11) (aged 59)
Place of death Belgrade, Serbia
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)
Position(s) Attacking midfielder
Youth career
Palilulac Beograd
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1981–1984 OFK Beograd 44 (16)
1984–1989 Partizan 140 (26)
1989–1990 Metz 21 (2)
1990 Salamanca 8 (1)
1991 OFK Beograd 14 (5)
1991–1993 Daewoo Royals 38 (1)
1994 Evagoras Paphos 11 (1)
1994–1995 Mladost Umčari
1996 Železničar Maribor
1996–1997 Mura 22 (3)
1997 Korotan Prevalje 10 (1)
1998 Kansas City Attack (indoor) 8 (11)
Total 312 (66)
Teams managed
2001–2002 Dorćol
2002 Jedinstvo Brčko
2003 Radnički Kragujevac
2004–2005 Radnički Beograd
2005 Mladenovac
2006 Obilić
2006 Hajduk Kula
2007 Nafta Lendava
2008 Sloga Kraljevo
2008 Dorćol
2009 Timok
2009–2010 Nafta Lendava
2010 Srem
2011–2012 Hearts of Oak
2012–2013 OFK Beograd (youth)
2013 Novi Pazar
2014 Timok
2016–2017 Ethiopian Coffee
2017 Novi Pazar
2019 Smederevo
2022 Dinamo Vranje
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Nebojša "Uške" Vučićević (Serbian Cyrillic: Небојша "Ушке" Вучићевић; 29 June 1962 – 11 March 2022) was a Serbian football manager and player.

Club career

Vučićević started out at OFK Beograd, before transferring to Partizan in 1984.[1] He spent the following five seasons with the Crno-beli, making 140 league appearances and scoring 26 goals. Subsequently, Vučićević moved abroad and played for Metz and Salamanca. He also played professionally in South Korea, Cyprus and Slovenia. In 1998, Vučićević briefly played indoor soccer in the United States.[2]

After ending his playing career, Vučićević returned to his homeland and started his managerial career working at lower league clubs. He later managed several top tier clubs such as Obilić and Hajduk Kula but also worked abroad in Slovenia, Ghana, and Ethiopia.

Personal life

Vučićević died on 11 March 2022, at the age of 59.[3] His son, Vanja, is also a footballer.[4]




  1. ^ "Nebojša Vučićević: Dogovorio se sa Zvezdom, potpisao za Partizan" (in Serbian). 12 November 2017. Retrieved 15 November 2019.
  2. ^ "Nebojsa Vucicevic". Retrieved 15 November 2019.
  3. ^ Преминуо бивши фудбалер Партизана Небојша Вучићевић "Ушке" (in Serbian)
  4. ^ "Vučičević: Tatina podrška za Zvezdu" (in Serbian). 22 June 2016. Retrieved 15 November 2019.
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