Dzevat Prekazi (2013 )
Dzevat Prekazi ( Serbian Cyrillic: Џеват Прекази, Turkish: Cevad Prekazi, born August 18, 1957 in Kosovska Mitrovica, SFR Yugoslavia ) is a former Yugoslav football player. Besides the Serbian, he also has the Turkish passport. Today Prekazi lives in Belgrade. It is strongly associated with this club Through his many years of service for Partizan and Galatasaray Istanbul and the successes achieved. On fan and club sides, he is referred to as one of the greatest players in the club's history. He is currently a youth coach at OFK Belgrade.
Born into a family goranischen, Prekazi than 13 years began at FK Trepča playing football. After five years in Trepčas youth department, he signed in 1976 at Partizan Belgrade. With the he of Belgrade in 1978 and 1983 Yugoslavian champion, In 1979, the Yugoslav Cup final and won the Mitropa Cup in 1978.
After more than 150 missions in seven years Prekazi moved to Hajduk Split in 1983. In his first season in Split, he managed his team to the Yugoslav Cup victory. However, he could not really establish himself in the team, he completed only 19 games in two seasons, and left the club after just two years. From 1985 to 1991 Prekazi played very successfully for Galatasaray. Previously Zoran Simovic him to have inspired the change. There he contributed 169 league games in which he scored 41 goals to two championships (1987 and 1988 ) and a runner-up (1986 ) at. In addition, the team won the 1991 Turkish Cup in 1989 and reached the semi-finals of the European Cup of Champions. To round off his career Prekazi still played for Altay Izmir and Bakirköyspor, but for both clubs, he completed only a few games.
- Yugoslavian Champion 1978 and 1983
- Yugoslavian Cup Winner 1984
- Turkish champions in 1987 and 1988
- Turkish Cup winners in 1991
- Mitropapokalsieger 1978