Boško Gjurovski

Boško Gjurovski
Бошко Ѓуровски
Personal information
Date of birth (1961-12-28) 28 December 1961
Place of birth Tetovo, FPR Yugoslavia
Height 178 cm (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Defensive midfielder, Sweeper
Youth career
FK Teteks
1976–1978 Red Star Belgrade
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1978–1989 Red Star Belgrade 237 (41)
1989–1995 Servette FC 163 (9)
Total 400 (50)
National team
1982–1989 SFR Yugoslavia 4 (0)
1994–1995 Macedonia 7 (3)
Teams managed
1995–1999 Servette FC (assistant)
1999 Servette FC
1999–2002 Red Star Belgrade (assistant)
2002 FK Radnički Obrenovac
2002–2003 FK Rad
2006–2007 Red Star Belgrade (assistant)
2007 Red Star Belgrade
2008–2013 Nagoya Grampus (assistant)
2013–2015 Macedonia
2016– Nagoya Grampus

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Boško Gjurovski[a] (Macedonian: Бошко Ѓуровски; born 28 December 1961) is a former Yugoslav and Macedonian football midfielder. He was recently the head coach of the Macedonia national football team.

He is the elder brother of Milko Gjurovski and the uncle of Mario Gjurovski.

Honours and awards

As player:

As assistant coach:

As head coach:

Playing career

He was a long-time servant of Red Star Belgrade, where he played for eleven years. He was very much loved by Red Star fans, especially after his brother, Milko, joined bitter rivals of FK Partizan. He was known for excellent defending skills, great tackling and powerful shooting. In 1989, he joined Swiss side Servette FC, where he stayed for six seasons and ended his career.

Coaching career

Gjurovski commenced his coaching career at his former club Servette FC as an assistant, and remained in that position for 4 seasons, in which they won a Swiss title and finished up runner up in another 2. He left this role to take up another assistants role at his other former club Red Star Belgrade after this, and also remained in that role for 3 seasons. During this period, Red Star Belgrade won 2 league titles & 3 domestic cup titles.

In November 2002, he became the new coach of FK Rad, after steering FK Radnički Obrenovac to promotion the season earlier. He left FK Rad after only 1 season, citing differences between the club board & himself.

After a few years out of coaching, Gjurovski returned to Red Star Belgrade in March 2007 as head coach of Red Star Belgrade after Dušan Bajević walked out on the club. Đurovski did well and won the league title in his first season as senior coach 2006-07 season. However, the following 2007-08 started poorly from the getgo as the team struggled & just managed to qualify for the Champions League 2nd qualifying round with a lot of difficulties, beating Levadia in Belgrade 1:0 and losing in Tallinn 1:2. Gjurovski was sacked after that game by club president Dragan Stojković, and was replaced by Milorad Kosanović. Gjurovski remained in the Red Star organization, however, moving to the position of the clubs chief scout.

Just months after his sacking as head coach of Red Star Belgrade, Gjurovski was targeted for the assistants role at J1 League underachiever Nagoya Grampus. It was rumored after this that Gjurovski was ultimately sacked by then red star President Dragan Stojković due to the fact that he would be taking the senior coaching position at Nagoya & was determined to take Gjurovski with him as his number 2.

After a 2-year rebuild, Stojković & Gjurovski managed to steer Nagoya to a long-awaited 2nd J-League championship.

On 26 November 2013 Gjurovski was appointed as a head coach of the Macedonia national football team,[1] but due to poor results on 7 April 2015 he was sacked.[2]

Managerial statistics

Team From To Record
Macedonia November 2013 April 2015 12 2 3 7 16.67
Nagoya Grampus 2016 Present
Total 12 2 3 7 16.67


a.   ^ Macedonian spelling: Boško Ǵurovski, Бошко Ѓуровски, Romanized and Serbian spelling: Boško Đurovski, Бошко Ђуровски.


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