Samir Handanović

Samir Handanović

Handanović with Slovenia in 2015
Personal information
Full name Samir Handanovič[1]
Date of birth (1984-07-14) 14 July 1984
Place of birth Ljubljana, SFR Yugoslavia
Height 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)[2]
Playing position Goalkeeper
Club information
Current team
Inter Milan
Number 1
Youth career
2002–2003 Domžale
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2003–2004 Domžale 7 (0)
2003–2004Zagorje (loan) 11 (0)
2004–2012 Udinese 182 (0)
2005–2006Treviso (loan) 3 (0)
2006Lazio (loan) 1 (0)
2006–2007Rimini (loan) 39 (0)
2012– Inter Milan 152 (0)
National team
2001 Slovenia U17 3 (0)
2003–2004 Slovenia U20 4 (0)
2003–2006 Slovenia U21 8 (0)
2004–2015 Slovenia 81 (0)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 22 October 2016.

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 17 November 2015

Samir Handanović (Slovene pronunciation: [ˈsaːmiɾ xanˈdaːnɔʋitʃ]; born 14 July 1984) is a Slovenian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Italian club Inter Milan. During the 2010–11 Serie A season he saved a total of six penalty kicks, equalling an all-time league record set in the 1948–49 season.[3]

Having previously represented Slovenia's under-21 team, Handanović made his senior international debut in 2004. He has gone on to earn 81 caps for his country, the second-most appearances for Slovenia and most by a goalkeeper, and played for them at the 2010 FIFA World Cup.[4]

Regarded as one of the best goalkeepers of his generation,[5][6] he is one of only three non-Italian keepers to be named Serie A Goalkeeper of the Year, winning the honor twice. He is nicknamed Batman due to his acrobatic saves.[7]

Club career

Early career

Handanović started his career at Slovan and was later transferred to Domžale,[8] where he spent two seasons. He was signed by Udinese in the summer of 2004 at the age of 20.[9] However, his first spell with the Friuliani was short-lived as he was unable to cement his place in the starting line-up.[8]

Handanović was on loan to Treviso in the summer of 2005,[8] but in January 2006, he was exchanged with Matteo Sereni to Lazio.[10] With Treviso, he received his first ever red card during the match against his next club, Lazio, on 18 September 2005 in an eventual 3–1 away loss.[11] During his time with the Biancoceleste, Handanović played three matches and conceded six goals.

On 14 May 2006, in the last day of 2005–06 season, Handanović, with the number 24, played his first and last match for Lazio, keeping a clean sheet against Parma in a 1–0 home win.[12]

In July 2006, Handanović was loaned to Rimini,[13] with a pre-set price of €1.2 million.[14] Thanks also to his saves, Rimini remained undefeated in both championship games played against Juventus. The club finished fifth in the Serie B and conceded the fourth least number of goals in the league. Handanović was considered the second best goalkeeper of that edition of Serie B, right after Gianluigi Buffon.[15]

Return to Udinese

Handanović returned to Udinese in the summer of 2007 after Udinese excised the counter-option to reject the buying, where he replaced Morgan De Sanctis and signed a new and improved contract lasting until 30 June 2012.[16]

2009–10 season

Despite the arrival of the Venezuelan goalie Rafael Romo, Handanović retained his spot as the number one goalkeeper.[17] He started his fourth season as an Udinese player by featuring full-90 minutes in team's opening league match of the season, a 2–2 home draw against Parma.[18] He kept his goal intact for the first time this season on 19 September in matchday 4 against Napoli, which ended in a goalless draw.[19]

During the 2009–10 campaign, Handanović was the most used player on the field, collecting in total 40 appearances, including 37 in league. In Serie A, he made a total of 130 saves which were priceless for Udinese, who ended the season in 15th position.[20]

2010–11 season

Before the start of the season, Handanović changed the squad number from 22 to 1.[21] The squad started the 2010–11 season with four losses in its first four Serie A weeks, leaving Udinese in last place. Handanović kept his first clean sheet of the season on 26 September 2010 during a goalless draw against Sampdoria, helping the team to collect its first point of the season.[22]

During a match against Lazio in May 2011, he saved a penalty from Mauro Zárate, his sixth saved penalty during the 2010–11 season that equaled the all-time league record set in the 1948–49 season for most penalties saved during the course of a single season.[3] Due to his performances, he was named to the Serie A Team of the Year for 2010–11.[23]

2011–12 season

On 16 August 2011, he played his first ever UEFA Champions League match against Arsenal, in the first leg of the Play-off round, being beaten by a Theo Walcott 4th-minute goal in a 1–0 away loss at Emirates Stadium.[24] In the returning leg at Stadio Friuli after one week, Udinese was leading after 50 minutes, but Arsenal come back to beat Handanović twice in a span of 14 minutes with Bianconeri Friuliani being eliminated with the aggregate 3–1.[25]

Handanović kept a clean sheet in team's opening league match against Lecce, helping the team to a 0–2 away win.[26] Udinese and Handanović were unbeaten in their first seven Serie A games, and only conceded one goal in that period, which was the best defensive record in top European leagues at the time.[27]


Handanović (left) in training with goalkeepers coach Alessandro Nista.

On 4 July 2012, Udinese manager Francesco Guidolin confirmed that an agreement for the transfer of Handanović to Inter Milan was reached with Inter paying €11 million for his services; the transfer was made official by Inter five days later.[28][29] Handanović was brought in to replace the Brazilian goalkeeper Júlio César to take over as first-choice goalkeeper.[30]

2012–13 season

He made his club debut on 2 August 2012, in a 3–0 win over Hajduk Split in the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League third qualifying round,[31] then conceded two goals in the 2–0 return-leg loss at home on 2 August,[32] but Inter advanced on a 3–2 aggregate. On 17 August, Handanović suffered a meniscus injury[33] that delayed the start of his Serie A campaign until 16 September, in a 2–0 road win over Torino.[34] Handanović kept crosstown rivals Milan at bay in his first Derby della Madonnina appearance on 7 October, won 1–0 by Inter.[35][36] He made his 200th Serie A appearance in Inter's 2–1 home win over Napoli.[37] Inter were held to a 1–1 draw in the second derby encounter on 25 February 2013, but Handanović was noted for performing several saves against Milan striker Mario Balotelli.[38][39]

In 2012, Handanović was included for the first time in the top ten IFFHS Goalkeepers of the World, ranking eighth.[40] After the end of 2012–13 season, thanks to his solid performances, Handanović was selected in Serie A Team of the Year for the second time in his career, being the goalkeeper with most appearances.[41] He played 48 matches throughout the season, including 35 in Serie A and ten in the Europa League. Inter's season ended in disappointment, however, after failing to finish high in the Serie A table and the Europa League, earning a ninth-placed league finish (the worst position since the 1993–94 season), and a quarter-final exit in Europe.

In June, it was reported that Spanish side Barcelona was close to sign with Handanović for a fee at around £20 million,[42] but his agent confirmed that his client will not move to Barcelona after the Catalan club opted instead to retain their incumbent starting goalkeeper Víctor Valdés for another year.[43]

2013–14 season

"Handanović is just unreal. He's carrying the team with his great saves. It almost seems like the norm, but I think it's certainly not normal. He should be given more acclaim, this goalkeeper, he really excels and doesn't get downhearted. He makes great saves. It's difficult for him, because the defence suffers at times, but he's always ready."

—Former Internazionale goalkeeper Francesco Toldo.[44]

On 18 August 2013, in Mazzarri's first match in charge,[45] Handanović was in goal and kept his first clean sheet of the season in the Coppa Italia's third round match against Cittadella, where Inter progressed to the next round thanks to a 4–0 home win.[46]

Handanović started the league season in strong fashion, keeping three clean sheets in the first four league matches.[47][48][49] On 20 October, during the league encounter against Torino, he received his second-ever career red card for a foul on Alessio Cerci in the 5th minute; Inter however endured and drew 3–3.[50] On 15 December, Handanović saved his first penalty as a Nerazzurri keeper in a 4–2 away loss against Napoli, saving a Goran Pandev penalty in the second half.[51]

During the 2013–14 season, Inter returned to European competition after a year long absence, finishing fifth in the league with 60 points. He played as a starter in Javier Zanetti's last competitive match at San Siro, in which Inter defeated Lazio 4–1 to secure a place in Europa League play-offs for the next season.[52] Handanović managed 14 clean sheets in 36 appearances during the Serie A season, and conceded 32 goals.

2014–15 season

Handanović playing with Inter in Europa League

Inter opened the 2014–15 Serie A season with a disappointing goalless draw against Torino, with Handanović stopping a penalty kick from Marcelo Larrondo.[53] After saving his last five Serie A penalties faced, Handanović saved from Yevhen Konoplyanka of Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk on 27 November 2014 in a game which Inter won to confirm top spot in their Europa League group with one game remaining.[54] That was also his 100th appearance with Nerazzurri in all competitions.[55]

Handanović played his 100th league match with Inter on 19 April 2015 in the Derby della Madonnina against Milan, keeping his goal intact as the match ended goalless.[56][57] He ended his third season with Inter by playing 40 matches in all competitions, including 37 in Serie A, as Inter finished in eighth place, again failing to qualify for European competition. Handanović obtained 11 clean sheets in Serie A, the third-highest total in Serie A.[8] Handanović also managed to have a shot-to-save ratio of better than 67 percent.[8]

At the end of the season, it was reported that Handanović was the target of Premier League side Manchester United,[58] but his agent turned down this opportunity by saying that his client will not move to the club.[59]

2015–16 season

Inter Milan commenced the 2015–16 season with a 1–0 home win against Atalanta, where Handanović kept his first clean-sheet of the season.[60] On 27 September 2015, in his 300th Serie A match, against Fiorentina, Handanović made perhaps his worst appearance by giving away a 3rd-minute penalty scored by Josip Iličić, later being beaten three times by Nikola Kalinić in an eventual 1–4 loss. The loss ended Inter's undefeated streak of the 2015–16 season.[61] After the match, Handanović told the reporters that it was his fault for the way the match ended.[62][63]

On 27 October, during the match against Bologna, Handanović made a crucial save by stopping a Mattia Destro shot in 94th minute to help Inter win 0–1 away at the Stadio Renato Dall'Ara.[64] That was his sixth clean sheet in ten matches, and first win since one loss and three consecutive draws.[65] He later dubbed it as his favourite save of the season.[66] Four days later, in a match against Roma, Handanović was again decisive for his team, making nine saves, including a quadruple save in the 62nd minute, helping Inter to win the match 1–0 and to take the lead of the league with 24 points.[67] He was selected Man of the Match for his performance.[68]

Handanović ended 2015 with 26 decisive saves, 11 clean-sheets and only 11 goals conceded, like no other goalkeeper in Serie A. Inter also ended 2015 at the top of the league.[69]

Handanović agreed a contract extension until 2019, which was confirmed on 5 January 2016.[70] Handanović began the new year with a clean-sheet in the team's 0–1 away win over Empoli, making several good saves throughout the match.[71] On 16 January 2016, during an away match against Atalanta, Handanović was awarded the Man of the Match for an "outstanding" performance, as he made some fine saves.[72][73] His save in the 61st minute, where he managed to stop Luca Cigarini's effort from point-blank range with his trailing foot, was deemed "save of the season" by European media.[74]

Inter ended the 2015–16 season in fourth position, returning in UEFA Europa League after one year absence. Handanović managed 111 saves and 15 clean sheets in 36 appearances during the Serie A season, and conceded 34 goals.[75] He called "a shame" the failure to secure a spot in UEFA Champions League for the next season.[76]

2016–17 season

Handanović started his fifth Inter Milan season on 21 August in the 2–0 away lose to Chievo Verona.[77] He made his 150th Serie A appearance for Inter on 24 September in the 1–1 home draw against Bologna.[78] On 2 October, during the 2–1 defeat at Roma, Handanović made several saves, including one against Edin Džeko in the 86th minute which was hailed as the "save of the year" by the media.[79]

International career


He made his debut for national team on 17 November 2004 in a friendly match against Slovakia, which ended in a goalless draw.[80] Handanović was a regular member of the team during the 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign, being used mostly as a back-up for the veteran Borut Mavrič. However, in the second part of the qualifiers, he managed to play four matches, first being the 1–1 home draw against Belarus on 30 March 2005,[81] failing to keep a clean-sheet, as Slovenia finished the Group 5 in 4th position with 12 points, failing to secure a spot in the final tournament.[82]

On 26 May 2008, Handanović captained Slovenia for the first time in his 23rd cap during the friendly match against Sweden, who won the match at Gamla Ullevi thanks to a Tobias Linderoth goal.[83]

Ahead of UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying, Handanović was again the second-choice, with Borut Mavrič retained his spot. He played only in the first three qualifying matches, before retiring from the national team. Handanović was successful in his first qualifying match, as Slovenia earned a goalless draw away against Albania.[84] He played in the remaining 8 matches,[85] keeping his goal intact in 3 of them, as Slovenia ended its qualifying campaign in penultimate spot 11 points.

2010 World Cup, Euro 2016 qualifying and retirement

Handanović was ever-presented in the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying, playing every single minute of the qualifying campaign.[86] Slovenia began the qualifiers with a 1–1 away draw against Poland, where Handanović was beaten in 17th minute to a Michał Żewłakow penalty kick.[87]

In May 2010, Handanović was named in Slovenia's final list of 23 players to represent the country at the 2010 FIFA World Cup.[88] Slovenia was placed in Group C with Algeria, England and the United States. In the team's opening match against Algeria, Handanović debuted for the first time in a major tournament, keeping a clean sheet as Slovenia managed to win 0–1 at Peter Mokaba Stadium to grab their first three points.[89] In the next match, against the U.S. at Ellis Park Stadium, Slovenia was leading 2–0 at half time, but in the second half Handanović was beaten by Landon Donovan and Michael Bradley, with the match finishing 2–2.[90]

On 18 November 2015, Handanović announced his retirement from the national team after Slovenia failed to qualify for UEFA Euro 2016, crashing out with a 3–1 aggregate defeat to Ukraine in the play-offs.[91] Handanović ended his 11-year international career with 81 caps for Slovenia, being the most capped goalkeeper and the second most capped player of all time.[92][93]

Style of play

"I definitely think that he’ll surpass my record. He is young and he’s got many years in front of him. What’s more, his average is already superior to mine. My number of saves is greater just because of our ages, but he’ll soon surpass me there too. After all, records are made to be broken and Handanović is a fantastic goalkeeper. So, when that happens, it will be a[n] honour to be surpassed."

—Record holder Gianluca Pagliuca.[94]

Despite his large stature and imposing physique, which make him effective at handling crosses, Handanović is an extremely agile and athletic goalkeeper, who is renowned in particular for his outstanding reflexes, acrobatic saves and excellent shot-stopping abilities, as well as his ability to organise his defence.[95][96][97][98][99]

Regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in Europe and Italy due to his performances, he is also known for his speed off his line and anticipation as a goalkeeper, which make him particularly adept at stopping spot-kicks, and, as a result, he has developed a reputation as an exceptional penalty-kick saving specialist, having stopped an Italian record of six consecutive penalties between 2013 and 2015.[95][97][100][101][102][103]

With 22 saves, he has stopped the second-most penalties in Serie A behind Gianluca Pagliuca, with 24 saves,[95][104] although Handanović has a superior success rate.[94][105] In a 2016 interview, Handanović stated that his main influences as a goalkeeper were his cousin Jasmin Handanović and Peter Schmeichel.[106][107]

Personal life

Handanović's parents are from Bosnia and Herzegovina. His elder cousin, Jasmin Handanović, also embarked on a career in Italy from 2007 to 2011 and currently plays for Maribor in the Slovenian PrvaLiga and was also a member of the Slovenian national team.[80] Handanović is in a long-standing relationship with Zoja Trobec, former KK Olimpija cheerleader, with whom he has a son Alen, born on 19 January 2011.[108][109] The pair married in May 2012 and Handanović thus became brother-in-law to Zoja's sister Irena who is married to professional Bosnian basketball player Jasmin Hukić.[110] On 3 October 2013, Handanović's wife gave birth to the couple's second son, named Ian.[111]

Career statistics


As of 3 October 2016[112][113][114]
Handanović with Udinese in 2011.
Club Season Division League Cup[lower-alpha 1] Europe[lower-alpha 2] Total
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Total 700070
Total 11000110
Treviso2005–06Serie A300030
Total 300030
Lazio2005–06Serie A100010
Total 100010
Rimini2006–07Serie B39020410
Total 39020410
Udinese2004–05Serie A302050
2008–093301010[lower-alpha 3]0440
2011–123801012[lower-alpha 4]0510
Total 1810802202110
Inter Milan2012–13Serie A3503010[lower-alpha 3]0480
2014–15370003[lower-alpha 3]0400
2016–1710000[lower-alpha 3]010
Total 1450601301630
Career total 38701603504380
  1. Includes cup competitions such as Coppa Italia
  2. Includes continental competitions, such as Champions League and Europa League
  3. 1 2 3 4 All appearances in Europa League
  4. Two appearances in UEFA Champions League, ten appearances in Europa League


As of 17 November 2015[115][116]
Slovenia national team



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