Mirko Kokotovic

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Mirko Kokotovic (15 April 1913 in Lukavac – 15 November 1988 in Zagreb) was a Croatian footballer who later became a coach. He became national champion of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia with Građanski Zagreb in 1937 and 1940. His international career in the Kingdom lasted from 1931 to 1939 during which he was capped 23 times, scoring four goals. During World War II, while the Independent State of Croatia existed, he was capped for the Croatian national team 15 times, scoring 2 goals.

As a coach, he sat on the bench of several Yugoslav clubs before moving in 1962 to Turkey to coach Fenerbahce. In 1964, he took the reins of AEK Athens. His tenure there was not successful and he only lasted one season.

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