Dragan Stojkovic


Arsene Wenger’s preferred successor as Arsenal boss Dragan Stojkovic wants Prem job

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger's preferred successor Dragan Stojkovic has revealed he is keen to manage in the Premier League after spending six...

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Arsenal’s resurgence at the right time for Arsène

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The past few months have been a roller-coaster for Arsenal fans. After only seven games of the current campaign they had notched a mere two wins and had been on the back of some truly embarrassing results. When you look at the league table and see Arsenal lurking outside the relegation places it is obvious something is wrong and of course the fans look for someone to blame.

Arsène Wenger Names Successor

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While it may not be happening soon, Arsène Wenger has confessed whom he would like to succeed him at managing the club when he retires. A former player from his time in Japan: Dragan Stojkovic

J League

Nagoya can't choke now... can they?

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Kashima Stadium is one of the more remote venues in Japanese football.

Sandwiched between Lake Kitaura on one side and Kashima Sea on the other, most fans make the long-haul trip to Kashima Stadium by train, as it trundles through the urban sprawl of Greater Tokyo and out into the open fields of Ibaraki.

Nagoya Grampus hoping to make history

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When infielder Masahiko Morino popped up a sacrifice fly to edge Chunichi Dragons past Yokohama Baystars and into first place in Nippon Professional Baseball's Central League overnight, he ensured Nagoya's two major sporting teams currently top their respective leagues.

The Dragons last won the Japan Series in 2007, in a year in which their footballing counterparts struggled to make an impact - ultimately limping into a miserable eleventh-placed finish in the J.

Asia: Three big leagues take a break for World Cup

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Shimuzu S-Pulse (in orange) currently lead the way in Japan's "J League"

With the FIFA World Cup only days away the three biggest leagues in Asian football are taking a break ahead of the big kick-off in South Africa on Friday, June 11th. Although China has failed to qualify for the FIFA World Cup the Chinese Super League has taken a break until July 14th along with Japan's J League whilst the South Korean K League returns three days later on July 17th.

Gamba book Emperor's Cup showdown with Nagoya

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Defending champions Gamba Osaka will meet Nagoya Grampus in the 2009 Emperor's Cup final, after the duo conjured nervy wins in a pair of tense semi-finals on December 29.

Just over 25,000 fans turned out at the National Stadium in Tokyo as Gamba's veteran Brazilian striker Lucas Severino gave the Kansai side an early lead against outsiders Vegalta Sendai.

Der Volleyknaller des Jahres 2009

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Von der japanischen J-League hören wir hierzulande eher selten etwas. Wenn dann heißt es immer, unsere deutschen 90er Helden Pierre Littbarski oder Guido Buchwald sind zurückgekehrt. Aber diesesmal ist dem nicht so, diesesmal geht es um einen Serben namens Dragan Stojkovic, der zu seiner besseren Zeit als Spieler serbischer Nationalspieler war und später als Präsident [.

Nagoya Grampus fly the flag for Japan

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When the draw for the AFC Champions League group stage was made back in December 2008, few tipped unheralded Japanese side Nagoya Grampus as potential title contenders.

The general consensus was that Dragan Stojkovic's team had been lucky to sneak into third place in the J. League, and thereby qualify for the Asian Football Confederation's recently revamped continental jamboree.

Déjà vu for Dragan

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"It's Groundhog Day!"
There's no sign of Punxsutawney Phil, but Nagoya Grampus coach Dragan Stojkovic must be checking his calendar in disbelief as the Aichi-based side prepare to face FC Tokyo at Ajinomoto Stadium for the second time in three days.
Naohiro Ishikawa looks set to play the Ned Ryerson role to the Serbian coach's Phil Connors, with Ishikawa causing opponents plenty of irritation with some career-best form.

Nagoya Grampus disappoint in Toyota Stadium blockbuster

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Following their uninspiring performance in a 1-1 draw with Newcastle Jets in the AFC Champions League in midweek, Nagoya Grampus rounded out a disappointing week by going down 1-0 to Urawa Reds in front of 32,435 fans at Toyota Stadium.

17-year-old midfielder Genki Haraguchi was the hero for the Reds - coming off the bench to replace the injured Tatsuya Tanaka after just 22 minutes, before blasting home his first ever top flight goal two minutes before the break.


Gol de DT

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El ex-jugador Serbio Dragan Stojkovic, ahora tecnico del Nagoya Grampus de la liga Japonesa, se metio un golazo que el mismo Dragan describio como el mejor gol de su carrera.

Gol de DT

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El ex-jugador Serbio Dragan Stojkovic, ahora tecnico del Nagoya Grampus de la liga Japonesa, se metio un golazo que el mismo Dragan describio como el mejor gol de su carrera.

Video: Coach scores goal from his technical area, gets sent-off

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That's how you do it, lads! Dragan Stojkovic, coach of Japanese side Nagoya Grampus, showed his players that he could still walk the walk with a spectacular goal from his technical area. The ex-Yugoslavia international found the net with a beautiful strike. And he did it in formal shoes. The match officials were quite so impressed and [.

The Rest

More Montella Magic

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This video is doing the rounds after the weekend but I couldn't resist saluting L'Aeroplanino himself, Vincenzo Montella, after he gave everyone a glimpse of the skills that made him famous. The man is simply coolness personified.

I think it's the matter of fact reaction afterwards that makes it.

Class is Permanent: Stojkovic'ten Yılın Golü!

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Yugoslavya'nın dağılma sürecinden hemen öncesinin, eski Yugoslavya ekolünün ürettiği son kadife ayaklardandı Dragan Stojkovic. Şampiyonlar Ligi 1984'de 19 yaşındayken Avrupa Şampiyona'sında efsane Yugoslavlar'ın kadrosundaydı. 16 yıl sonra 35 yaşındayken de Euro 2000'de parçalanmış Yugoslavya'nın kadrosundaydı.

Dragan Stojkovic vs. AC Milan

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Player Info:

Name: Dragan Stojkovic
Birthdate: 03.03.1965
Origin: Serbia
Position: Midfield
Team: Crvena zvezda Beograd (Red Star)

Video Info:

1988/89 - European Champion Cup
Crvena zvezda Beograd - AC Milan 1:1