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Borivoje Đorđević also known as "Bora", is a Serbian former [[football (soccer)|footballer]], born [[2 August]] [[1948]]. He played for FK Partizan Belgrade, [[Panathinaikos FC|Panathinaikos]] and Eintracht Trier 05. He was European Champions Cup finalist [[1966]] while he was a member of FK Partizan.
 
Borivoje Đorđević also known as "Bora", is a Serbian former [[football (soccer)|footballer]], born [[2 August]] [[1948]]. He played for FK Partizan Belgrade, [[Panathinaikos FC|Panathinaikos]] and Eintracht Trier 05. He was European Champions Cup finalist [[1966]] while he was a member of FK Partizan.
  
While playing for [[Panathinaikos FC|Panathinaikos]], he won the Greek Championship, the [[Greek Cup]] and the Balkan cup in [[1977]]. He played for the Yugoslavia national team nine matches and his highest moment was the participation at UEFA Euro 1968.
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While playing for [[Panathinaikos FC|Panathinaikos]], he won the Greek Championship, the [[Greek Football Cup|Greek Cup]] and the Balkan cup in [[1977]]. He played for the Yugoslavia national team nine matches and his highest moment was the participation at UEFA Euro 1968.
  
 
[[Category:1948 births|Djordjevic, Borivoje]]
 
[[Category:1948 births|Djordjevic, Borivoje]]
 
[[Category:Football Players|Djordjevic, Borivoje]]
 
[[Category:Football Players|Djordjevic, Borivoje]]

Latest revision as of 18:14, August 13, 2019

Borivoje Djordjevic

Borivoje Đorđević also known as "Bora", is a Serbian former footballer, born 2 August 1948. He played for FK Partizan Belgrade, Panathinaikos and Eintracht Trier 05. He was European Champions Cup finalist 1966 while he was a member of FK Partizan.

While playing for Panathinaikos, he won the Greek Championship, the Greek Cup and the Balkan cup in 1977. He played for the Yugoslavia national team nine matches and his highest moment was the participation at UEFA Euro 1968.