Božidar Bandović

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Božidar Bandović (Serbian Cyrillic: Бoжидap Бaндoвић; born August 30, 1969) is a Serbian football manager and former player, currently employed by Greek club Olympiacos FC as a head coach and manager.[1] He lead the team, with Andreas Niniadis as his assistant, after Zico left. Bandovic had also taken control of the team temporarily before Zico came as a caretaker coach after Temuri Ketsbaia was fired.

As a player, while playing for the 1991 European and World Champions Red Star Belgrade, he won one national Championship in 1994-95 and two national cups in 1993 and 1995.

He is the younger brother of another ex-Red Star footballer, Nebojša Bandović.

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  1. "Bozidar Bandovic - Football Coach". Football-Lineups.