Ljubo Travica

LJUBO TRAVICA

Supervisor, CEO & founder

- COACHING CAREER -

CLUBS - HEAD COACH

2016/2017: SHAHRDARI URMIA VC - IRAN
2014/2015: AL ARABI CLUB – QATAR (A1)
Winner Emir Cup
Winner Crown Prince Cup
2nd place Qatar’s Championiship
2013/2014: AL RAYYAN SC – QATAR (A1)
Winner Qatar’s Championiship
2012/2013: AL RAYYAN SC – QATAR (A1)
Winner Qatar’s Championiship
Winner Emir Cup
Winner Crown Prince Cup
2nd place Asian Championship for Clubs
Voted Best Coach of the Championship
2010/2011: ASSECO RESOVIA - POLAND (POL-A1)
3rd place, regular season
Participation Cev Cup
2009/2010: ASSECO RESOVIA - POLAND (POL-A1)
3rd place, regular season
Poland Cup Finalist
Participation Champions League
2008/2009: ASSECO RESOVIA - POLAND (POL-A1)
2nd place, regular season
Qualification for Champions League
2007/2008: VIBO VALENTIA (ITA-A2)
1st place, regular season
Promotion in A1
2007: CASTELLANA GROTTE (ITA-A2)
2005/2006: BENACQUISTA - LATINA (ITA-A1)
2004/2005: COPRA - PIACENZA (ITA-A1)
1st place, regular season
2003/2004: OLYMPIAKOS - ATHENS (GR)
1st place, regular season
2002/2003: OLYMPIAKOS - ATHENS (GR)
Championship Winner
Voted Best Coach of the Championship
2001/2002: MAXICONO - PARMA (ITA-A1)
Italian Cup Finalist
2000/2001: DOMINIO - PALERMO (ITA-A1)
1999/2000: BOSSINI - MONTICHIARI (BS) (ITA-A1)
Italian Cup Finalist
1998/1999: ASYSTEL - MILANO (ITA-A2)
1996/1998: COLMARO - BRESCIA (ITA-A1)
1995/1996: TNT-TRACO - CATANIA (ITA-A2)
Championship Winner
1993/1994: GIGLIO - REGGIO EMILIA (ITA-A1)
1992/1993: TORRE - FERRARA (ITA-A2)
1991/1992: VALDAGNO (VI) - (ITA-B1)

NATIONAL TEAM - HEAD COACH

2003-2006: SERBIA & MONTENEGRO
National Team - Head Coach
2006:
World League (Moscow) - 5th place
2005:
World League (Belgrade) - 2nd place
World Championship (Japan) - qualification
3rd ranked in the European Cup (Belgrade-Rome)
Awarded as sport personage 2005 in Serbia & Montenegro
2004:
World League (Rome) - 3rd place
Olympic Games (Athens) - 5th place
2003:
European Cup (Berlin) - 4th place
World Cup (Japan) - 3rd place
Olympic Games (Athens) - qualification

- PLAYING CAREER -

CLUBS

1990/1991: SCHIO (VI) (ITA)
1989/1990: GI.VI.DI. - MILANO (ITA)
Championship Winner (A2)
1985/1989: PETRARCA (PD) (ITA)
2 Confederation Cup Finals
Confederation Cup Final 1987/1988:
Voted Best Player of the Finals
1984/1985: DIPO VIMERCATE (MI) (ITA)
Championship Winner (A2)
1983/1984: PANINI MODENA (ITA)
Confederation Cup Winner
Italian Cup Final
1973/1983: MLADOST ZAGREB (Former YUG)
4 times Championship Winner
3 National Cups
1 Balkans Cup
1979: Voted Best Athlete of the year - Former YUG

NATIONAL TEAM

Yugoslavia (196 times)
1979:
European Championship - 3rd place
Mediterranean Games - 1st place
Balkans Games - 1st place (Twice)
Voted Best Player of the Balkans Games