Muharem Vugdalić – Slovenian Professional Coach

Posted: May 20, 2017 in Summer league
Muharem Vugdalić – Slovenian Professional Coach

Europrobasket’s European Summer League is proud to announce their cooperation with Professional Head Coach Muharem Vugdalić, who just recently finished his season in Ireland’s 1st Division with Basketball Club St. Pauls Killarney. Coach Vugdalić will be leading a team of players in this year’s European Summer League.

Early Years and as a Player

Muharem Vugdalić was born in Bugojno, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He spent his years as a professional player in Slovenia starting with Lokomotiva Mostar, then moving to Partizan Belgrade and becoming the 2 time winner of the youth basketball Championship of Yugoslavia. After two successful seasons there he moved to Olimpija Lubljana and won the Championship in Slovenia and made it to the cup finals. His next two years he spent with Maribor Slovenia, and by the end of his time there he attended the final four cup of Slovenia 4 times was a European Cup Semifinalist and also received 2nd place in the National Championship. His last two seasons were spent at Elektra Slovenia reaching the 1st place in the B Division and promoting to the 1st Division.

As a Professional Coach
2016 – 2017 Basketball club St.Pauls Killarney, Ireland
2015 – 2016 Basketball Academy Sani Becirovic Maribor, Basketball Academy Canterbury Las Palmas Gran Canaria
2014 – 2015 Basketball Club Lastovka Domžale
2013 – 2014 Basketball club Lastovka Domžale, Slovenia
2013 – 2014 Basketball club BC Svisloch Superlegua , Belarus
2012 – 2013 Basketball Club Bashkimi Prizren Superliga, Kosovo
2011 – 2012 International basketball Camp Libertas Dubrovnik
2010 – 2011 Belarus senior national team advisor
2009 – 2010 Basketball club Peja Superliga, Kosovo
2008 – 2009 Basketball club Terme Olimia, Slovenia
2007 – 2008 Basketball club Parklji Ljubljana, Slovenia (Senior and Youth Teams)
2005 – 2006 Basketball club Casino Maribor, Slovenia (Senior and Youth Teams)
2004 – 2005 Basketball club Radenska, Slovenia
2003 – 2004 Basketball club Maribor, Slovenia (Senior and Youth Teams)

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