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Goran Rosanda

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Goran Rosanda
Personal information
Date of birth (1988-12-06) 6 December 1988 (age 32)
Place of birth Pula, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia
Height 186 cm (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Youth career
Years Team
1996-1999 NK Veli Vrh Pula
1999-2002 NK Istra
2003-2008 NK Istra 1961
Teams managed
Years Team
2011 NK Hrvatski Dragovoljac (assistant coach U-13)
2012–2013 NK Croatia Prigorje (coach U-19)
2013–2014 Dinamo Zagreb (assistant coach U-15)
2014-2015 NK Veli Vrh (manager of Football school and coach U-19)
2015–2016 Al-Nassr (assistant coach U-17)
2016 FC London Ontario (assistant coach)
2016–2017 Hajduk Split U17 (assistant coach)
2017–2018 Hajduk Split II (assistant coach)
2018–2019 Hajduk Split (assistant coach)

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Goran Rosanda (Pula, Dec 6th,1988) is a Croatian football manager and a former goalkeeper. He successfully graduated from Zagreb Faculty of Kinesiology, earning the title master of kinesiology and football specialist. He owns the UEFA A licence as a football coach.

Goran Rosanda is a young coach and one of the most promising football experts in Croatia who has already gained respectable experience as an assistant coach in the team of proven experts, working with youngsters as well as those in senior competitions.[1]

He worked in the coaching staff of Mario Despotović, Krešimir Gojun and Siniša Oreščanin, with whom he has been successfully collaborating to this day. He has also created some independent projects within foreign experience, which allowed him to get into football depths, followed by the invitation to join HNK Hajduk Academy.[2]

There he has become an important contributing factor in Siniša Oreščanin's staff (cadets, B team, A setup). Along with the coach Oreščanin he was part of the coaching staff of HNK Hajduk as assistant coach and analyst in 2018–2019 season.[3] [4]


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