Esad Razić

Esad Razić ( born July 27, 1982 in Doboj, SFR Yugoslavia ) is a Bosnian - Swedish football player.


As Esad Razić was ten years old, his family fled with him before the Bosnian war to Sweden. There he went to the football club in Tibro and later moved to the Serie A club IF Elfsborg.

Already with 18 years of Bosnians went with a Swedish passport abroad for the Dutch second division side FC Den Bosch. In the first year of promotion to the Eredivisie, but a persistent knee injury meant that he only played three times in the second year, and after the immediate re- descent of the FC, ​​he left the club again. There followed a year in Spain, but after his dortiger club, the second division side Racing de Ferrol relegation at season's end, he returned to the Netherlands.

2002/ 03 played a trained striker, who plays on the left side, another year in the Eredivisie for the RBC Roosendaal, but could not prevail with 13 inserts season. There followed three successful years as a regular player at second division Helmond Sport. Then Razić 2008 moved to Cyprus to AEK Larnaca and one year later Cypriot capital Nicosia club Olympiakos.

After one and a half years of Bosnians returned to the year 2009/ 10 is returned to the European continent and went to the 2nd Bundesliga to Germany to Rot- Weiß Oberhausen, who were looking for an offensive gain for the second half of the season. Due to several muscle injuries he came although not often used.

After a one year stint with the Dutch third division side FC Oss Razić returned in the summer of 2011 back to Rot-Weiß Oberhausen. There he came in the 3rd Liga in 2011/12 due to injuries only nine starts and increased with the club in the Regionalliga from.

Title / successes

  • Rise in the Dutch Eredivisie in 2001 with FC Den Bosch