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Domagoj Kapetanović

Domagoj Kapetanović
Personal information
Place of birthMostar, Yugoslavia
Senior career*
Građanski Zagreb
Partizan[1] 0(0)
Teams managed
1965-1966Velež Mostar
1966-1968NK Zagreb
1968-1971OFI Crete
1973Dinamo Zagreb
1976Toronto Metros-Croatia
1978Toronto Metros-Croatia
Croatia Sydney
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).

Domagoj Kapetanović was a Croatian football player and manager best known for winning the 1976 NASL Championship with Toronto Metros-Croatia.

Kapetanović started his playing career with Građanski Zagreb. After the club was disbanded in 1945 he was one of several Građanski players who went on to join the Belgrade-based FK Partizan, along with Franjo Glaser, Zlatko Čajkovski, Stjepan Bobek and others.[2][3] He also played for NK Lokomotiva.

As manager, he coached Dinamo Zagreb in 1973, and several Croat clubs abroad, such as Toronto Metros-Croatia in Canada and Croatia Sydney in Australia.


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