Zoran Terzić

Zoran Terzić (Serbian Cyrillic: Зоран Терзић, born 9 July 1966) is a Serbian volleyball coach. He was the coach of the Serbia women's national volleyball team that competed at the 2015 Women's European Volleyball Championship. On club level he coaches Fenerbahçe SK.[1]

As a player, Terzić passed through all selections of the Red Star club in Belgrade between 1979 and 1986. He stopped playing in order to pursue his studies. He graduated at the University of Belgrade's Faculty of Sport and Physical Education in 1998.[2]

His first experience as a coach was as an assistant to Drago Nešić, head coach of the "IMT" Volleyball Club in Belgrade. In 1996, Terzić began working as a coach of the Red Star's junior team, with whom he won all available titles, from the championships of Belgrade to those of Serbia and FR Yugoslavia. At the suggestion of Aleksandar Boričić, head of the Red Star Volleyball Club, he started helping coach Red Star's women team, although it was not his original plan.[2]

Under Terzić's leadership, Red Star girls interrupted the 8-year winning streak of OK Jedinstvo Užice and won the 2001/02 and 2002/03 seasons of the National League.[2][3]

Terzić took over the national team of FR Yugoslavia in 2002 (later Serbia and Montenegro and then Serbia), leading his teams to numerous successes, including a bronze medal at the 2006 World Championship, a silver at the 2015 World Cup, the European Championship titles in 2011, 2017 and 2019, and an Olympic silver at Rio 2016.[4]

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Personal information
NationalitySerbian
Born9 July 1966 (age 53)
Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Club career

Club Seasons Status/team
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia IMT Belgrade 1986—1990 Assistant coach
Serbia and Montenegro OK Crvena Zvezda 1996—1998 Youth team
Serbia and Montenegro OK Crvena Zvezda 1998—2005 Women's team
Serbia and MontenegroSerbia FRY/SCG/Serbia 2002—present Women's team
Romania Metal Galati 2006—2010 Women's team
Italy Despar Sirio Perugia 2010—2011 Women's team
Romania Dinamo Bucharest 2011—2012 Women's team
Russia Omichka Omsk[5] 2012—2015 Women's team
Romania CSM Târgovişte[6] 2016 Women's team
Switzerland Volero Zurich 2016—2017 Women's team
Russia WVC Dynamo Moscow 2017—2018 Women’s team
Turkey Fenerbahçe SK[7] 2018—present Women’s team

References

  1. ^ "Team Roster – Serbia". cev.lu. Retrieved 3 October 2015.
  2. ^ a b c "Coach Profile: Zoran Terzić". FIVB. Retrieved 2017-01-07.
  3. ^ "Osvajači titula državnih prvaka 1945-2014" [National Champions 1945-2014]. Wiener Städtische League. Retrieved 2017-02-07.
  4. ^ "Overview - Volero Zürich - FIVB Volleyball Women's Club World Championship 2016". clubworldchampionships.2016.women.fivb.com. Retrieved 2016-10-21.
  5. ^ "ROM W: Zoran Terzić goes to Romania and brings three Serbian players!". World of Volley. 3 January 2016. Retrieved 2017-01-07.
  6. ^ "CSM Târgovişte ar putea rămâne fără antrenor! Zoran Terzic, tentat să plece de la vicecampioana României la volei feminin". Gazeta Dambovitei. 9 May 2016.
  7. ^ "Women's Volleyball Team Head Coach Zoran Terzic". Fenerbahce Sports Club Official Website. 2 July 2018.
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Admir Terzić (born 1992), Bosnian footballer

Adnan Terzić (born 1960), Bosnia and Herzegovina politician

Amela Terzić (born 1993), Serbian middle-distance runner

Arvedin Terzić (born 1989), Bosnian footballer

Borislav Terzić, Serbian footballer

Dejan Terzić (born 1987), Serbian sprint canoeist

Miloš Terzić (born 1987), Serbian volleyball player

Mirsad Terzić (born 1983), Bosnian handball player

Stefan Terzić (born 1994), Serbian handball player

Zoran Terzić (born 1966), Serbian volleyball player

Zvezdan Terzić (born 1966), Serbian footballer

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