Aleksandar BRKOVIC

//Aleksandar BRKOVIC
Aleksandar BRKOVIC 2017-05-23T09:13:58+00:00

FULL NAME: Aleksandar BRKOVIC
DATE OF BIRTH: 10. December 1981.
GENDER: Male
NATIONALITY: Serbian
CURRENTLY WORKING: –

EDUCATION:

  • Faculty of management in sport – 2008.
  • Coach school of Serbian handball federation – 2001.
  • EHF Master coach 2012.

LICENCES, SKILLS AND COMPETENCE:

  • Highest licence for Serbian top level league – 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015.
  • EHF PRO license until 2016
  • Working with young players
  • Excellent cooperation with staff members
  • Planning and preparing for matches and tournaments
  • Good projecting of sports form of team
  • Implement of statistics and video analyses in work
  • Highly ambitious
  • Making good spirit and atmosphere in team
  • Good organisational skills
  • Strong team motivator
  • Self-confidence
  • Adaptable
  • Experience in work with all categories from mini-handball to senior players
  • More than 50 international matches with different national teams
  • More than 60 official international matches in club competitions and similar number of friendly international matches
  • Spoken Languages: Serbian, English (read, write, speak), German (read, write), Arabic (basic handball words)

PLAYING CAREER: –

WORK EXPERIENCE:

  • NATIONAL TEAMS:

Serbia:

Men senior team:

  • 2007. – Assistant (head coach Jovica Cvetkovic)
  • 2009. – Assistant (head coach Sead Hasanefendic)
  • 2010. – Assistant on European Championship in Austria (head coach Sead Hasanefendic)
  • 2012. – Staff member (head coach Veselin Vukovic)
  • 2013. – Staff member (head coach Veselin Vukovic)

Men junior team:

  • 2007. – Assistant (boys born ’86.)
  • 2008. – Assistant (boys born ’88.)
  • 2012. – Assistant (boys born ’92.)
  • 2013. – Assistant (boys born ’92.)
  • 2014. – Head coach on European championship in Austria (boys born ‘94.)

Men youth team:

  • 2005. – Assistant (boys born ’90.)
  • 2006. – Assistant (boys born ’90.)
  • 2007. – Assistant (boys born ’90.)
  • 2008. – Assistant (boys born ’90.)
  • 2012. – Head coach (boys born ’94.)
  • 2013. – Head coach on World championship in Hungary (boys born ’94.)

Senior team:

  • 2015. – Head coach on Summer Universiade in South Korea

Bahrain:

Men youth team:

  • 2015. – Head coach (boys born ’98.)

IHF Traveler Coach

  • 2015-2017. Selected for Kenya

CLUBS:

Handball club Partizan:

  • Younger age categories – since 2000. – until summer 2007.
  • Assistant coach in first team – since summer 2007.- until 04.03.2010.
  • Head coach – since 04.03.2010. – until May 2014.

ACHIEVEMENTS:

  • Serbian champions with Partizan younger age categories – 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
  • Serbian champions with Partizan first team – 2011, 2012
  • Serbian cup winners with Partizan first team – 2012, 2013
  • Serbian Super cup winners with Partizan first team – 2011, 2012
  • Silver medal with Serbia men senior team on Summer Universiade in Gwangju (South Korea) 2015
  • Qualified for Champions League with Partizan – 2011, 2012.
  • EHF Challenge cup semi-final with Partizan – 2011.
  • Coach of SEHA LEAGUE ALL STAR TEAM 2014.

OTHER:

  • Youngest coach in the history of the Champions League
  • Youngest coach in the history of the Champions League with victory
  • Youngest team in Champions League (Partizan)
  • In season 2011./2012. the only team with domestic players in Champions League (Partizan)
  • Youngest first coach in the history of the Handball club Partizan
  • Youngest coach in the history of Serbian men Top level league
  • Board coach Vice-president in Serbian handball federation
  • Serbian best coach for 2011. and 2012. official voted by coaches in both Top level leagues (women and men)
  • Lecturer on IHF Top coach seminar 2013.in Belgrade
  • Lecturer on Serbian coaches seminar 2013.and 2014.
  • Lecturer on Greek coaches seminar 2013.
  • Lecturer on Bahrain seminar for young coaches 2015.
  • During this years many players have debut for senior national team (from club)
  • Many young players in youth and juniors national team (from club)
  • During this years many new record for club (Partizan)
  • Double crown first time after 18 years (Partizan)
  • Triple crown for the first time in 65 years long club history (Partizan)
  • Qualified two times in row to Champions League first time in club history (Partizan)
  • Two titles in row after 9 years (Partizan)
  • The most goals scored for one season in serbian history (Partizan)

Direct transfers from Partizan:

  • Ivan Dimitrijevic – left back (Gummersbach GER)
  • Bogdan Radivojevic – right wing (Flensburg GER)
  • Strahinja Milic – goalkeeper (Vardar Skopje – MKD)
  • Nemanja Ilic – left wing (Toulouse FRA)
  • Savo Mester – centre back (Ringsted DEN)
  • Milos Kostadinovic – right wing (Brest Meskov BLR)
  • Mijajlo Marsenic – pivot (Metalurg MKD)
  • Uros Mitrovic – centre back (Bern SUI)
  • Dusan Beocanin – left back (PICK Szeged HUN)
  • Radivoje Ristanovic – goalkeeper (Balingen GER)
  • Mihailo Radovanovic – goalkeeper (Bietigheim GER)
  • Krsto Milosevic – left back (Mors-Thy Handbold DEN)

Also worked in Partizan and national teams with:

  • Djordje Golubovic – right back (Ademar Leon ESP)
  • Drasko Nenadic – left back (Flensburg, HSV Hamburg GER)
  • Nemanja Zelenovic – right back (Wisla POL, Magdeburg GER)
  • Darko Djukic – right wing (Metalurg MKD, Besiktas TUR)
  • Stefan Terzic – right back (Hamburg GER/Vardar Skopje MKD)
  • Nemanja Mladenovic – centre back (Gummersbach GER/ Cesson FRA)
  • Bozidar Markicevic – left back (Goppingen GER/Teucro ESP)
  • Vladimir Mandic – left back ( Magdeburg GER)
  • Marko Pavlovic – left back (Creteill FRA)
  • Ilija Abutovic – left back (Vardar Skopje MKD)

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