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Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager and former player and is the manager of Philippines Football League club Ceres-Negros.

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  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager and former player and is the manager of Philippines Football League club Ceres-Negros.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Serbian former professional footballer who played as a central defender.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Serbian professional football manager and former player who most recently managed Filipino club Ceres–Negros. He spent his playing career as a central defender for Balkan clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Serbian professional football manager and former player who most recently managed Filipino club Ceres–Negros. He spent his playing career as a centre-back for Balkan clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Serbian professional football manager and former player who most recently managed Filipino club Ceres–Negros. He spent his playing career as a centre-back for Yugoslav clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager who most recently managed Filipino club Ceres–Negros, and former player who spent his playing career as a centre-back for Yugoslav clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager and former player, who most recently managed Filipino club Ceres–Negros. He spent his playing career as a centre-back for Yugoslav clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager and former player who is the current head coach of Dhivehi Premier League club Maziya. He spent his playing career as a centre-back for Yugoslav clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager and former player who is the current head coach of Dhivehi Premier League club Maziya. He spent his playing career as a centre-back for Yugoslav clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido. Internationally, he represented Yugoslavia and later FR Yugoslavia.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager and former player who is the current head coach of Dhivehi Premier League club Maziya. He spent his playing career as a centre-back for Yugoslav clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade before moving to Spain, where he spent five seasons with Real Betis in La Liga, and a season each for Osasuna and Poli Ejido. Internationally, he represented Yugoslavia and FR Yugoslavia.
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  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager and former player and is the manager of Philippines Football League club Ceres-Negros.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Serbian former professional footballer who played as a central defender.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Serbian professional football manager and former player who most recently managed Filipino club Ceres–Negros. He spent his playing career as a central defender for Balkan clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Serbian professional football manager and former player who most recently managed Filipino club Ceres–Negros. He spent his playing career as a centre-back for Balkan clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Serbian professional football manager and former player who most recently managed Filipino club Ceres–Negros. He spent his playing career as a centre-back for Yugoslav clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager who most recently managed Filipino club Ceres–Negros, and former player who spent his playing career as a centre-back for Yugoslav clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager and former player, who most recently managed Filipino club Ceres–Negros. He spent his playing career as a centre-back for Yugoslav clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager and former player who is the current head coach of Dhivehi Premier League club Maziya. He spent his playing career as a centre-back for Yugoslav clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager and former player who is the current head coach of Dhivehi Premier League club Maziya. He spent his playing career as a centre-back for Yugoslav clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade, and later in Spain for Real Betis, Osasuna, and Poli Ejido. Internationally, he represented Yugoslavia and later FR Yugoslavia.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager and former player who is the current head coach of Dhivehi Premier League club Maziya. He spent his playing career as a centre-back for Yugoslav clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade before moving to Spain, where he spent five seasons with Real Betis in La Liga, and a season each for Osasuna and Poli Ejido. Internationally, he represented Yugoslavia and FR Yugoslavia.
  • Risto Vidaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Pиcтo Bидaкoвић; born 5 January 1969) is a Bosnian professional football manager and former player who is the current head coach of Dhivehi Premier League club Maziya. He spent his playing career as a centre-back for Yugoslav clubs Sarajevo and Red Star Belgrade before moving to Spain, where he spent five seasons with Real Betis in La Liga, and a season each for Osasuna and Poli Ejido. Internationally, he represented Yugoslavia and FR Yugoslavia. After retiring as a player, Vidaković became an assistant coach for the Serbia national team. He was then head coach for Segunda División B clubs Écija, Cádiz, and the Real Betis reserve team. With Filipino club Ceres–Negros, he won three consecutive Philippines Football League titles.
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