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Ljubomir Lovrić Personal information Date of birth May 28, 1920(1920-05-28) Place of birth    Novi Sad, Kingdom of SCS Date of death    August 26, 1994(1994-08-26) (aged 74) Place of death    Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia Playing position Goelkeeper Youth career 1934–1937 SK Jugoslavija Senior career1 Years Club App (Gls)* 1937–1941 1945–1952 SK Jugoslavija Red Star Belgrade 241 00(0)    National team 1939–1948 Yugoslavia 005 00(0) Teams managed 1959–1964 Yugoslavia 1 Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. * Appearances (Goals) Olympic medal record Competitor for  Yugoslavia Men's football Silver London 1948 Team Competition Ljubomir Lovrić (Serbian Cyrillic: Љубомиp Лoвpић )(born 28 May 1920 in Novi Sad – death 26 August 1994 in Belgrade) was a Serbian football goalkeeper and later a football manager. Career On the national level he played for Yugoslavia national team (5 matches) and was a participant at the 1948 Olympic Games, where his team won a silver medal. Lovrić later worked as a journalist and football manager, he coached Yugoslavia at the 1962 FIFA World Cup. References (Serbian) Serbian national football team website v • d • e Yugoslavia national football team – Managers Ugrinić (1920–24) · Sekulić (1924) · Zinaja (1924–25) · Pandaković (1926–30) · Simonović (1930–32) · Veljković (1933) · Simonović (1933–34) · Šuste, Miodragović & Pleše (1934–35) · Simonović (1935) · Simić (1936) · Popović (1937–38) · Simonović (1939) · Popović (1939) · Simonović (1939–40) · Popović (1940–41) · Arsenijević & Tirnanić (1946–48) · Arsenijević (1948–52) · Arsenijević, Tirnanić, Lemešić (1952–54) · Pešić, Tirnanić, Lemešić, Wölfl & Ćirić (1954) · Tirnanić (1955–58) · Nikolić, Tirnanić & Lovrić (1959–61) · Lovrić, Mihajlović & Ruševljanin (1961–63) · Lovrić & Ruševljanin (1963–64) · Lovrić (1964) · Tirnanić, Antolković, Miljanić & Gegić (1965) · Tirnanić, Antolković & Miljanić (1966) · Tirnanić & Miljanić (1966) · Tirnanić, Miljanić, Mitić, Boškov & Stanković (1966) · Mitić (1967–70) · Boškov (1971–73) · Miljanić, Ribar, Rebac, Ivić & Ćirić (1973–74) · Mladinić (1974–76) · Toplak (1976–77) · Valok, Vilotić & Zec (1977) · Vilotić (1978) · Luštica (1978) · Mladinić (1978) · Jerković (1978) · Miljanić (1979–82) · Veselinović (1982–84) · Milutinović (1984–85) · Toplak & Osim (1986) · Osim (1986–1992) v • d • e Yugoslavia squad – 1948 Summer Olympics Silver Medalists  Atanacković •  Bobek •  Broketa •  Brozović •  Željko Čajkovski •  Zlatko Čajkovski •  Cimermančić •  Jazbinšek •  Jovanović •  Kacian •  Lovrić •  Matošić •  Mihajlović •  Mitić •  Palfi •  Petrović •  Šoštarić •  Stanković •  Takač •  Tomašević •  Vukas •  Wölfl • Coach: Arsenijević v • d • e Yugoslavia squad – 1960 European Nations' Cup Runners-up GK Šoškić • GK Vidinić • DF Crnković • DF Durković • DF Jusufi • DF Nikolić • MF Kostić • MF Matuš • MF Miladinović • MF Perušić • MF Žanetić • MF Zebec • FW Galić • FW Jerković • FW Knez • FW Mujić • FW Šekularac • Coach: Lovrić, Nikolić & Tirnanić v • d • e Yugoslavia squad – 1962 FIFA World Cup Fourth Place 1 Šoškić • 2 Durković • 3 Jusufi • 4 Radaković • 5 Marković • 6 Popović • 7 Anković • 8 Šekularac • 9 Jerković • 10 Galić • 11 Skoblar • 12 Krivokuća • 13 Svinjarević • 14 Šijaković • 15 Matuš • 16 Mujić • 17 Melić • 18 Kovačević • 19 Stojanović • 20 Nikolić • 21 Stipić • 22 Ivoš • Coach: Lovrić & Mihajlović v • d • e Yugoslavia squad – 1964 Summer Olympics 1 Ćurković • 2 Fazlagić • 3 Vujović • 4 Belin • 5 Čop • 6 Miladinović • 7 Samardžić • 8 Zambata • 9 Osim • 10 Lemić • 11 Džajić • 12 Škorić • 13 Jevtić • 14 Radović • 15 Brnčić • 16 Pavlić • 17 Pirmajer • 18 Takač • Coach: Lovrić Persondata Name Lovric, Ljubomir Alternative names Short description Date of birth 28 May 1920 Place of birth Novi Sad, Kingdom of SCS Date of death 26 August 1994 Place of death Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia This biographical article related to a Serbian football goalkeeper is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This article about a Yugoslav Olympic medalist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e