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Mirko Stojanović (born 11 June 1939 in Zagreb) is a former Croatian footballer. He was an unused substitute for Yugoslavia at the 1962 FIFA World Cup, in which they placed fourth. In his career he made four international appearances for the Yugoslav National Team.While playing for NK Dinamo Zagreb he won the 1959–60 Yugoslav Cup. In 1963–64 while at Red Star Belgrade he won both the Yugoslav First League title and his second Yugoslav Cup.

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  • Mirko Stojanović (born 11 June 1939 in Zagreb) is a former Croatian footballer. He was an unused substitute for Yugoslavia at the 1962 FIFA World Cup, in which they placed fourth. In his career he made four international appearances for the Yugoslav National Team.While playing for NK Dinamo Zagreb he won the 1959–60 Yugoslav Cup. In 1963–64 while at Red Star Belgrade he won both the Yugoslav First League title and his second Yugoslav Cup.
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  • Mirko Stojanović (born 11 June 1939 in Zagreb) is a former Croatian footballer. He was an unused substitute for Yugoslavia at the 1962 FIFA World Cup, in which they placed fourth. In his career he made four international appearances for the Yugoslav National Team.While playing for NK Dinamo Zagreb he won the 1959–60 Yugoslav Cup. In 1963–64 while at Red Star Belgrade he won both the Yugoslav First League title and his second Yugoslav Cup. After moving to the United States he won the titles with Oakland in 1967, Dallas in 1971 and an indoor title with San Jose in 1975.He was the original coach of the Oakland Stompers before being fired after only eight games and a record of four wins and four losses. He stayed on as the team's director of player personnel
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