- Zoran Mamić
Football player infobox
playername = Zoran Mamić
fullname = Zoran Mamić
dateofbirth = Birth date and age|1971|9|30|df=y
height = 190 cm
currentclub = Retired
position = Defensive midfielder
years = 1992-1996 1996-1998 1998-2000 2000-2001 2001-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2007
Dinamo ZagrebBochum Bayer Leverkusen BochumGreuther Fürth LR Ahlen Eintracht Trier Dinamo Zagreb
caps(goals) = 45 (4) 15 (0) 23 (0) 48 (1) 21 (0) 30 (1) 48 (3)
nationalyears = 1996-1998
nationalteam = Croatia
nationalcaps(goals) = 6 (0)
Zoran Mamić (born
30 September 1971) is a former Croatian footballer and current sporting director for Dinamo Zagreb.
He played for Dinamo Zagreb between 1992 and 1996, after which he went on to spend nine years playing for various clubs in
Germany. Between 1996 and 1998, he made 45 Bundesliga appearances and scored four league goals for Bochum. In 1998, he moved for two seasons to Bayer Leverkusen, but only made 15 Bundesliga appearances for the club without scoring a goal. He then returned to Bochum for the 2000-01 season and made another 23 Bundesliga appearances for the club.
In 2001, he moved to Second Bundesliga side Greuther Fürth and spent two seasons with the club, making 48 appearances and scoring one goal in the Second Bundesliga. He subsequently played one season apiece for Second Bundesliga clubs
LR Ahlenand Eintracht Trier, making 21 league appearances for Ahlen and 30 league appearances for Trier, scoring one goal for the latter club. In his career in Germany, he made 83 Bundesliga appearances with four goals scored as well as 99 Second Bundesliga appearances with two goals scored.
In 2005, he returned to Dinamo Zagreb and finished his playing career at the club in late March 2007, after which he continued to work for the club as their sporting director. He captained the Dinamo Zagreb team that won the Croatian championship in 2006. His last match for Dinamo Zagreb was on
3 March 2007in their 3-1 away victory over NK Varteks.
He also won six international caps for the Croatian national team between October 1996 and June 1998, also being a member of the country's bronze medal-winning squad at the
1998 FIFA World Cup, although he did not play a single minute during the team's seven matches at the tournament.
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