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KK Metalac Valjevo Leagues Serbian League Founded March 24, 1948 Arena Valjevo Sports Hall (capacity 1,500) Location Valjevo, Serbia Team colors Red and White           President Duško Đukanović Head coach Milovan Stepandić Championships None Website Uniforms Home Away KK Metalac Valjevo (Serbian Cyrillic: КК Металац Ваљево) is a professional basketball club from Valjevo, Serbia. The club currently participates in the Serbian League. Contents 1 History 1.1 Depth chart 2 Notable former players 3 References 4 External links History Metalac Basketball Club was established 24/03/1948 and when it held its first conference at which the election is decided to switch teams in league competition. The club was founded under the name KK Buducnost, and the first official game played in the same year against KK Borac Cacak and lost by a score of 69:19. In a relatively short time the club managed to enter the competition to a higher rank. In the southern group of the Serbian league club called KK Metalac enters the 1954th as a team unbeaten in the Belgrade area. For BC Metalac then played Ljubisav Brankovic, Slobodan Petrovic, Bratislav Budimirović, Elijah Sreckovic Miloje Orlovic Mica, Miroslav Bata Jovanovic, Nikoljsko, Soskic, Slobodan Jevtic, Trifunovic, Nedeljko Pavlovic, Luke Stancic. The coach was Čedomir Vidakovic Seka. Since 1954. year until 1960. The BC Metalac competes in the Serbian league, and the financial crisis that began in the 1959th year, and its culmination in 1960. year leads to Metalac BC, after several rounds not later than the competition. Since 1961. KK Metalac begins with organized labor. Coach Luke Stancic by a player on the team, and next to it for club gigs and Anthony Puric, Radivojevic, Visic, Miroslav Popovic, Mihailovic, Milan Engel, Ivan Djordjevic, Rakic, and Panta Cerović Vojislav Kovacevic. KK Metalac in Cacak 1962nd he won the championship of Serbia and the competition continues in the northern group of the Serbian league. BC basketball team won second place Metalac and since 1964. year to compete in a single Serbian league. 1966th enhance the club: Branko Kecojević, Tomislav Ilic Jovančić and Elijah, and this year again become champions of Serbia, but in qualifying, held in Slavonski Brod, fail to fight for a place in first division. Until the reorganization of the competition comes 1968th , when the two groups formed the Second Federal League. KK Metalac is, with eleven other clubs, found in a group of East, where the first season, won second place. In the 1969-70 season Metalac BC, after the first part of competition occupied first place in the standings. Burdened with bad material situation and without the Sports Hall, KK Metalac chooses to work with the youth categories, and then get a chance and Zoran Kovacevic Branko, Vojislav Kecojević, Darko Marjanovic Drago Medan, Milan Milutinovic and Jerinić. In this competitive season Metalac BC wins third place. In the following years BC Metalac compete successfully in the second league. His long-time dream realized KK Metalac in March 1973. when placed in the first Federal League after a great battle with KK Vojvodina Novi Sad, winning the last round of KK from Zemun. This feat made the coach and players Luke Stancic: Ivan Djordjevic, Branko Kovacevic, Zoran Kovacevic Vojislav Kecojević, Slobodan Ivkovic, Jerinić Milan, Dusan Ružičić, Nedeljko Stanojevic Darko Marjanovic Drago Medan, Rajko Borisavljević and Goran Radisavljević. KK Metalac played six first league season. Playing KK in the first division Metalac managed to beat all the famous names of Yugoslav basketball club, and among the most important achievements are: winning over Jugoplastika Split, Sarajevo and Bosnia in the Partizan and Red Star in Belgrade. The best player in the BC Metalac generation, and arguably the best player of all time, Branko Kovacevic was fourth on the list of scorers in the 1976-77 season. As BC's most successful premier league season Metalac leads the season 1976-77. They won the ninth place and reached the quarter-finals of Yugoslavia. The last premier league match played Valjevo 31.03.1979 Jugoplastika year with BC in Split. Since 1979. The BC Metalac compete in the first B league. With more or less success trying to return to society the best and closest to it were between the 1980th year and 1982. when they lacked a little luck, and better organization of the club. The greatest burden carried Vojislav Kecojević, Milan Djuric, Nebojsa Matic, Dejan Dobrivojević, Marjan Djuric, Mihailo grace period and Dusko Djukanovic. Coach Luke was Stancic. Vojislav Kecojević Dusko Djukanovic that year were members of Serbian national team in six games that are played against teams of Russia and Bulgaria, and Nebojsa Matic in three games against Bulgaria. Next year comes a new composition of rejuvenation and reorganization of the competition saves BC Metalac from relegation to a lower rank. In the season 1984-85 BC Metalac turns into a lower ranking competitions, despite the fact that the season ended with a score of 12 wins and ten defeats, but, as the bottom fifth, moved to the First Serbian League. Rudder takes over from Luke Stančića Zoran Kovačević and winning first place KK Metalac returns to the first B league. That season, BC Metalac won eighth place, coach Zoran Kovačević retires, and his place is back for the third time, the Port Stancic. KK Metalac competition and finished the season in eighth place. New players are Radomir Simić, Miodrag Planojević, Mark Radojicic, Dejan Pavic Vladimir Djokic, Dragan Simeunović, Dragan Djukic, Saša Rajic, Aca Dragicevic, Vojislav Alimpic and Bojan Tadic. Since 1990. to 1992. years, BC Metalac compete in the First Serbian League and winning second place in the first placement allows the league where b is in second place and after fourteen years of re-fed into the first A league. KK Metalac the 1992-93 season played under the name KK Femi Lyne, the coach is Zoran Kovacevic, they performed: Vladimir Djokic, Saša Rajic, Bojan Tadic, Zarko Vujovic, Zlatan Prelić, Zeljko Moljevich, Dragan Djukic, Alexander and Alexander Matijasevic Avlijas. 1993rd The BC Metalac found himself in a very difficult financial situation, and the output was found in fusion with the then Valjevo Eneksom Big B ligase, and the 1993-94 season played under the name Big Eneks Metalac, and came in ninth place. Coach Big Eneks Metalac was a longtime player and captain Metalac Vojislav Kecojević. In that season they played: Radomir Simic, Nebojsa Matic, Dusan Savic, Dragan Simeunović, Zlatan Prelić, Zeljko Moljevich, Dragan Ilic, Nikola Vićentijević Dusko Djukanovic, who that season was the second scorer of the league. At the end of 1995-96 season left the club almost all the first team and went to other clubs, and dramatically rejuvenated the team next season and in 1996-97 in which it competed in the first division entered b significantly weakened and took the last place and moved into relegation of competition, the First Serbian League. This is not the end because of poor results at the end of the season turns into another Serbian league. The collapse continues and Metalac 1999-2000 BC drops out of the Second Serbian League with their second team, while the first team competes under the name Metalac KK Buducnost, taking rank from Pec Future competition at that time had frozen the status of the XJ. In season 2001-02, under the name KK Metalac future holds last place and moved to the First Serbian League. After a lot of problems to succeed in an effort to restore the original name of the club and that, under his own name, KK Metalac compete in the First Serbian league. In the First Serbian League BC Metalac to compete when the 2005-06 season, taking first place provides a place in the first B league. Metalac coach that season was Dragan Simeunović, and most of the burden in achieving this significant statement filed by the players: Vlatko Ilic, Predrag Veinović, Srecko Rakic, Nedeljko Djordjic, Dusko Obučina, Miljan Petrovic. The next season the club entered the new name BC Vujic Metalac and took eighth place. Big rise KK Metalac began in the 2007-08 season when the club finished second in the league competition, the first b and the third time in its history through to the elite rank of the competition. Coach KK Metalac in the 2007-08 season was Dragan Simeunovic. This success made the players are: Vladimir Djokic - captain Predrag Veinović, John Teodsoić, Dragomir Marojevic, Dejan Beljić, Nedeljko Djordjic, Marko Ljubojevic, Srecko Rakic, Marko Markovic, Đukan Djukanovic, Ivan Mladenovic, and Igor Stefan Birčević Cirkovic. In the season 2008-2009, Metalac game Swisslion League of Serbia and won third place, and therefore qualify for the Super League of Serbia, where, in group A occupies 4th place, and this placement provides eight place in the basketball league in Serbia. Metal KK Coaches were Djurovic Government and by the end Swisslion League and Super League coach of the team led by Alexander Icic. After completion of the most successful season in club history, the head of the team came Milovan Stepandić. KK Metalac this season and won the League Cup in Serbia. In this season for the team they played BC Metalac players: Stefan Atanackovic, Stefan Birčević, John Teodosić, Radomir Marojevic, Dragomir Marojevic, Nikola Micevic, Alexander Tanasković Đukan Djukanovic, Branko Jereminov, Marko Ljubojevic, Vuksan Gagović, Dejan Beljić, Nedeljko Djordjic, Matija Tripkovic, Tomasevic Nikola, Zlatko Bolic, Predrag Markovic, Ezenibe Harry Onochie and Philip Reginald Freeman. In the season 2009 - 2010 Metalac through competition in basketball league in Serbia again placed Superlgu, taking third Borac Cacak place behind the Tamis, Pancevo. In a unique Superliga, took sixth Metalac place on 8 kolubova, which is one of the best investments in the club's history. The team was led by Milovan Stepandić Simeunović and Dragan, and they played: John Teodosić, Đukan Djukanovic, Nenad Kasabašić, Nenad Stefanovic, Miroslav Radenkovic, Vladimir Panic, Milan Trtić, Marko Ljubojevic Dejan Beljić, Dragomir Marojevic, Alexander Tanasković, Stefan Birčević, Vuksan Gagovic, Nikola Tomasevic, Mile Ilic, Bojan Bakic, Ivan Maras. KK Metalac Valjevo rosterv · d · e Players Coaches Pos. # Nat. Name Ht. Wt. Age 1.5 !G 4 SRB ! Perić, Nemanja 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in) 1.5 !G 9 SRB ! Đukanović, Đukan 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in) 1.5 !G 7 SRB ! Sekulić, Miloš 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) 1.5 !G 30 SRB ! Tomašević, Nikola 1.92 m (6 ft 4 in) 1.5 !G 20 SRB ! Ljubičić, Marko 1.94 m (6 ft 4 in) 1.5 !G 5 SRB ! Sinovec, Stefan 1.95 m (6 ft 5 in) 4.0 !F 6 SRB ! Kruščić, Dragan 1.97 m (6 ft 6 in) 4.0 !F 18 SRB ! Trtić, Milan 2.01 m (6 ft 7 in) 4.0 !F 31 SRB ! Ljubojević, Marko 2.02 m (6 ft 8 in) 4.0 !F 21 SRB ! Balmazović, Stefan 2.02 m (6 ft 8 in) 6.0 !C 24 SRB ! Vujić, Stefan 2.04 m (6 ft 8 in) 4.5 !PF 15 MNE ! Savić, Milovan 2.05 m (6 ft 9 in) 6.0 !C 12 SRB ! Bunić, Duško 2.07 m (6 ft 9 in) 6.0 !C 11 MNE ! Marojević, Radomir 2.07 m (6 ft 9 in) 6.0 !C 51 SRB ! Dujković, Marko 2.26 m (7 ft 5 in) 1.5 !G SRB ! Atanacković, Stefan 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in) 6.0 !C SRB ! Tanasković, Aleksandar 2.08 m (6 ft 10 in) 115 kg (250 lb) Head coach Milovan Stepandić Assistant coach(es) Dragan Simeunović Radomir Simić Legend (C) Team captain (*) Playing only in Euroleague Injured Roster Updated: 2010-10-10 Depth chart Pos. Starter Bench Bench Reserve Inactive C Radomir Marojević Duško Bunić Aleksandar Tanasković Marko Dujković PF Stefan Balmazović Milovan Savić Stefan Vujić SF Milan Trtić Marko Ljubojević SG Stefan Sinovec Dragan Kruščić Miloš Sekulić PG Marko Ljubičić Stefan Atanacković Nikola Tomašević Djukan Djukanovć Nemanja Perić Notable former players Zlatko Bolić Mile Ilić Jovan Teodosić Ivan Maraš Reggie Freeman References This section is empty. 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