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Aleksandar Linta

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Aleksandar Linta, born October 22, 1975, is a Serbian football manager and a former player. During his career as a footballer, he played as a defender. Aleksandar is a holder of UEFA B and UEFA A licenses, graduated from Faculty of Sports and Sports Management in Belgrade.

Personal Information Full name: Aleksandar Linta Date of birth: October 22,1975 Place of birth: Zemun, SFR Yugoslavia Playing position: Defender

Career as a player

Years Team
1986-1994 Zemun
1994-1996 Balkan
1996-1997 Beograd
1997-1999 Akranes, Iceland
1999-2000 Borgarnes, Iceland
2000-2001 Zeta, Montenegro
2001-2002 Mladost, Apatin
2002-2003 Zemun
2003-2004 Akranes, Iceland
2004-2006 Vikingur, Iceland
2006-2008 KA, Iceland
2008-2011 Thor, Iceland

National team

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Teams managed

Years Team
2011-2013 Grundarfjordur, Iceland
2014-2016 Vozdovac U19
2016-2017 Vozdovac, assistant
2016 Serbia U16, U17
2017-2018 Vojvodina, assistant[1]
2018 Olimpija, Ljubljana, assistant[2]
2018 Olimpija, Ljubljana, caretaker

Club career

Born and raised in Zemun, Belgrade, Aleksandar started his sports career at the football club Zemun, where he built himself as a player, and spent the first years of his football development, until 1994, when he played in football clubs Balkan and Belgrade until 1997.

After establishing himself, Aleksandar moved to Iceland, where he began his international career as a footballer of two Icelandic football clubs - Akranes from 1997 to 1999, and then Borgarnes, from 1999 to 2000.

After a period of several years spent on Iceland, Aleksandar got back to Europe and joined FC Zeta, Montenegro, where he stayed until 2001, when he signed for FC Mladost, Apatin. Then, he moved back to his first club, FC Zemun, after which he again joined Icelandic football clubs - Akranes, Vikingur, KA and Thor, up until 2011, when he ended his career as a player.

Linta played for the FR Yugoslavia U15, U16 and U17 national teams.

After retiring from playing, Linta right away began a coaching career at Grundarfjordur, Iceland. In 2014, he was appointed new coach assistant in FC Vozdovac, before making his coach debut for the FC Vojvodina, where he stayed until 2018. In 2018, Linta took over as assistant to head coach and caretaker for Olimpija[3], Ljubljana.

Aleksandar Linta took part in national team management, for the Serbia U16 and U17.

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  1. "LINTA: BITNA I ZASLUŽENA POBEDA - FK Vojvodina – Zvanična web prezentacija". FK Vojvodina - Zvanična web prezentacija (in српски / srpski). Retrieved 2018-10-09.
  2. "Linta preporodio Olimpiju, Evropa na dohvat ruke". B92.net (in српски / srpski). Retrieved 2018-10-09.
  3. "Linta le kopija Stolice". Dnevnik. Retrieved 2018-10-09.

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