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VISIC, Zoran
Head Coach
Serbian - native, Russian, English - good
Licence category: 
Class A
AVAILABLE 2012/2013
Career experiences/Statistics: 
Head Coach:
1994-1995: BC Beopetrol (Serbia-D1) women team

Assistant Coach:
1995: Yugoslavian Senior National Team - women team

Head Coach:
1995-1996: BC Beopetrol (Serbia-D1) women team
1996-1997: Buducnost Podgorica (Serbia-D1) women team
1997-1998: BC Spartak Subotica (Serbia-D1) women team
1998-1999: BC Spartak Subotica (Serbia-D1) women team
1999: Serbian Junior National Team - women team
2000: Serbian Cadets National Team - women team
2001-2002: BC ICIM Arad (Romania-D1) women team
2002-2003: UMMC Ekaterinburg (Russia-A Superleague) women team
2003-2004: UMMC Ekaterinburg (Russia-A Superleague) women team
2004-2005: UMMC Ekaterinburg (Russia-A Superleague) women team
2005-2006: UMMC Ekaterinburg (Russia-A Superleague) women team
2006-2007: Vojvodina Nis Gas Novi Sad (1A Superleague), women team, in Nov.'06 moved to Crvena Zvezda Beograd (1A) women team
2007-2008: Crvena Zvezda Beograd (A League) women team; released in Nov.'07
2008-2009: KK Mladost Zemun (1Srpska)
2009-2010: Hemofarm Stada Vrsac (A League) women team, left in Feb.'10
2011-2012: BC ICIM Arad (Romania-D1) women team, fired during the season
Other info/Achievements/Awards: 
European Championships in Czech Republic: Assistant Coach of Yugoslavian NT -95
Romanian League Champion -02
Russian Superleague Champion -03, 04
Russian Cup Winner -03, 04, 05
Euroleague FinalFour Winner -03
FIBA World Club 3rd place-04
Russian Superleague Semifinals -05
Russian Superleague Regular Season Runner-Up -06
Russian Superleague Finalist -06
Russian Cup Finalist -06
Serbian League Finalist -07
Romanian Cup Semifinals -12
Graduated from the University of Physical Education, Belgrade in 1984, attain the highest grade (10) and received the Certification as Basketball Coach.&nbsp;His professor was Mr. Aleksandar Nikolić, who is the first coach from Europe inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. Ge&nbsp;ran many basketball clinics for players and coaches in&nbsp;Zoran country, as well as in France and the Czech Republic.<br /> Zoran is a dedicated teacher with a deep understanding of the process by which young people come to excel in sports and in life.&nbsp;He feels sincere concern for young athletes as a whole, as people who foster mutual respect, serious motivation and success in&nbsp;his career.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
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VISIC, Zoran