T ị tograd von 19Name der Stadt Podgorica. Transfers von OFK Titograd pro Saison: ➤ Marktwert ➤ Ablöse ➤ Position ➤ Abgebender Verein ➤ Transferperiode. Mannschaft: OFK Titograd. vollst. Name: Omladinski Fudbalski Klub Titograd Podgorica. Land: Montenegro. gegründet: Farben: rot. Anschrift.
OFK Titograd » SteckbriefTransfers von OFK Titograd pro Saison: ➤ Marktwert ➤ Ablöse ➤ Position ➤ Abgebender Verein ➤ Transferperiode. Omladinski Fudbalski klub Titograd ist ein in der montenegrinischen Stadt Podgorica gegründeter Fußballverein, welcher mit dem FK Budućnost und dem FK Zeta zu den bekanntesten Vereinen der Stadt gehört. 42 Spiele. (40 Montenegro, 2 MNT-Pokal). OFK Titograd Sutjeska Niksic Tore. Titel. 1. Meister. 4. 2. Pokalsieger. 1. internationale.
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MobilgerГte optimierte Website ist fГr die heutige Jugend Eurojackpot Zahlen 27.03.20. - Top-ZugängeMendy Mamadou. V poznih ih so se mesta Titograd, Zadar in Mostar potegovala za izbrano mesto za razširitev aluminijske industrije v Jugoslaviji. V zelo spolitiziranem izbirnem postopku je bil na koncu izbran Titograd in Kombinat je bil zgrajen leta Leta je bila v Titogradu ustanovljena javna univerza Veljka Vlahovića. Država: Črna gora. Montenegro - OFK Titograd Podgorica - Results, fixtures, squad, statistics, photos, videos and news - Soccerway. All information about OFK Titograd (1. CFL) current squad with market values transfers rumours player stats fixtures newsOccupation: Manager.
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Mendy Mamadou M. Ognjen Gasevic O. Alden Skrijelj A. Marko Mrvaljevic M. Milos Kalezic Central Midfield.
Zarko Popovic Attacking Midfield. Free transfer. Petar Vukcevic Left Midfield. Igor Basic Centre-Back. Abdel Osmanovic Defender. All arrivals.
Admir Adrovic Centre-Forward. Balsa Banovic Centre-Back. Ten years later, the team changed their name to OFK Titograd , which was the name of Podgorica from until The club renamed themselves back to Mladost in Their first season in the Second League was in —56, where the team spent three consecutive seasons.
In period —, the team played only in the Montenegrin Republic League third-tier competition in SFR Yugoslavia with five champion titles.
But, as a champion, team from Podgorica did not succeed in making a comeback to the Second League with losing their games in inter-republic playoffs, against the teams from Macedonia and Serbia.
This time, they played six consecutive seasons in the Second League, from season —69 to — After the few promotions and relegations at the second half of the s, OFK Titograd played another four consecutive seasons in Yugoslav Second League from —80 to — That was their last biggest successes under the name OFK Titograd.
In , the name of the team was changed and FK Mladost started to play in the football system of the newly formed FR Yugoslavia.
At the same time, the team won 12 titles of the Montenegrin Republic League winner, which is the best score of any team in that competition.
Following the independence of Montenegro , Montenegro's best clubs joined the newly formed Montenegrin First League. Mladost played two consecutive seasons in the First League, but relegated to the Second League at summer A new come-back to top-tier competition Mladost made at season Since then, FK Mladost played more important role in Montenegrin football.