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Goran Čelar

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Goran Čelar (born July 17, 1973 in Zemun, Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia) is a former professional football player and current football agent.

At the end of his professional sports career, with the acquired experience and knowledge, Goran Celar became an agent for young and talented players - especially known for his good contacts in Romania, Turkey, Italy, Spain and Belgium.


Goran Čelar started playing football at FC Zemun (Yugoslav First League) in Zemun. He becomes the team's top scorer, after which he makes a big step in his career and joins the ranks of Turkish giants FC Bursaspor. The next step after Turkey for Goran was a club that competes in the Spanish Segunda League.

Goran played for Gimnastic de Tarragona from 2001 to 2003.

Football agent[edit]

Goran is currently working with young talents in Serbia. In his career, Goran worked mostly with the Lemic brothers (Vlado Lemic and Zoran Lemic), and is also known for his close cooperation with Serbian agent Rade Caldovic.

Sport director[edit]

Goran Celar performed the function of Sports Director in FC Zemun during the period 2018–2019.

Transfer history[edit]

Season Date Left Joined MV Fee
02/03 Jul 1, 2002 Gimnàstic Unknown - ?
01/02 Jul 1, 2001 Without Club Gimnàstic - -
00/01 Feb 20, 2001 Bursaspor Without Club - -
00/01 Sep 21, 2000 FK Zemun Bursaspor - ?

Private life[edit]

Goran is the son of former football player Dušan Čelar, later one of the most successful presidents of the FC Zemun football club. After his football career, Goran continued to live in Marbella (Spain) and became the owner of one of the most luxurious restaurants in the center of Marbella.

Goran has a brother, Dejan Celar, a football coach.

See more[edit]



  1. "ZELENO-PLAVI HOĆE EKSPRESNO U ELITU: Goran Čelar se vratio među svoje i uz predsednika kluba pravi neki novi Zemun!". (in српски / srpski). Retrieved 2021-03-12.
  2. "Земун довео капитена Вождовца Павловића, стиже и Трајковић, oд Звезде позајмљен Аџибаба". СПОРТСКИ ЖУРНАЛ. Retrieved 2021-03-12.
  3. "PROMOCIJA U GORNJOJ VAROŠI: Sa Vukoičićem i Dostanićem stvaramo moćan Zemun! (FOTO) - Domaći fudbal, Fudbal, Top News". HotSport (in српски / srpski). 2019-06-05. Retrieved 2021-03-12.
  4. Goran Celar - best moments in FK Zemun (in српски / srpski), retrieved 2021-03-12
  5. "Goran Celar :: Goran Celar ::". Retrieved 2021-03-12.
  6. Goran Čelar i Ratko Dostanić (in српски / srpski), retrieved 2021-03-12

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