|Date of birth||28 August 1974|
|Place of birth||Titograd, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Al-Ahli Doha (Manager)|
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
Nebojša Jovović (Cyrillic: Небојша Јововић, born 28 August 1974) is Montenegrin football manager and former player who played as a striker.
Born in Titograd, after starting at youth team of local FK Crvena Stijena, Jovović signed with FK Budućnost Podgorica in 1988. He played 10 years in total at Budućnost. In 1998, he had a spell abroad at Turkish side Kayserispor, after which he returned and played three more seasons in the First League of FR Yugoslavia with Sartid Smederevo.
In 2001, he played with FC Slavia Mozyr in Belarus, in 2002 he played with Swedish side Assyriska FF and Montenegrin FK Zeta, 2003 with Chinese Henan Jianye, and, finally, in 2004 with Polish Zagłębie Lubin.
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On 23 March 2017, Nebojsa was appointed head coach of Al-Faisaly Amman.
On 28 August 2017, he was named as Egyptian Professional League side Al-Zamalek.
On 1 January 2018, Nebojsa get back as head coach of Al-Faisaly Amman.
On 13 August 2018, Nebojsa became the head coach of Al-Shorta.
On 15 July 2019, Nebojsa became the head coach of CS Sfaxien.
On 1 December 2019, Nebojsa became the head coach of Al Ahli SC (Doha).
- As of 4 March 2021
|Berane||1 January 2014||10 June 2014||18||9||3||6||50.00|
|Hajer||10 October 2014||5 November 2015||36||9||7||20||25.00|
|Sutjeska||11 June 2016||28 February 2017||24||9||9||6||37.50|
|Al-Faisaly||25 March 2017||27 August 2017||19||14||3||2||73.68|
|Zamalek||27 August 2017||3 January 2018||21||12||5||4||57.14|
|Al-Faisaly||6 January 2018||15 May 2018||20||11||3||6||55.00|
|Al-Shorta||27 July 2018||14 July 2019||41||28||10||3||68.29|
|Sfaxien||15 July 2019||5 October 2019||7||4||1||2||57.14|
|Al Ahli||1 December 2019||Present||67||18||19||30||26.87|
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Honours as manager
- Jordan League: 2016–17
- Jordan FA Cup: 2016–17
- Jordan Super Cup: 2017
- Arab Club Championship: Runner-up 2017
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Source: "Nebojša Jovović", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 21st), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nebojša_Jovović.
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- ^ Nebojsa Jovovic at Footballdatabase.eu
- ^ a b Nebojša Jovović at footballfacts.ru
- ^ a b "Nebojsa coach for Al-Faisaly Amaan". 2017-03-24.
- ^ "Nebojsa with Al-Zamalek Egyptian".
- Nebojsa Jovovic at Official Nebojsa Jovovic Website
- Nebojša Jovović at 90minut.pl (in Polish)
- Nebojsa Jovovic at Vijesti portal
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