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Aleksandar “Saša” Viciknez (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар Саша Вицикнез; born May 30, 1974) is a retired Serbian footballer who played mostly as a left winger. Viciknez debuted in the Second League of FR Yugoslavia in 1995 with FK Dinamo Pančevo, and ultimately reached the highest tier in 1997 with Obilic Belgrade. During his tenure in Belgrade he won the 1997-98 Yugoslav Championship, and featured in the 1998–99 UEFA Champions League. Following an early successful domestic career and a brief stint with Hajduk Kula he ventured abroad to play in the Chinese Jia-A League, and Bulgarian A PFG. He returned home in 2004 to spent time with Crvena Zvezda Pavliš, and ČSK Pivara.

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  • Aleksandar “Saša” Viciknez (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар Саша Вицикнез; born May 30, 1974) is a retired Serbian footballer who played mostly as a left winger. Viciknez debuted in the Second League of FR Yugoslavia in 1995 with FK Dinamo Pančevo, and ultimately reached the highest tier in 1997 with Obilic Belgrade. During his tenure in Belgrade he won the 1997-98 Yugoslav Championship, and featured in the 1998–99 UEFA Champions League. Following an early successful domestic career and a brief stint with Hajduk Kula he ventured abroad to play in the Chinese Jia-A League, and Bulgarian A PFG. He returned home in 2004 to spent time with Crvena Zvezda Pavliš, and ČSK Pivara.
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  • Aleksandar “Saša” Viciknez (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар Саша Вицикнез; born May 30, 1974) is a retired Serbian footballer who played mostly as a left winger. Viciknez debuted in the Second League of FR Yugoslavia in 1995 with FK Dinamo Pančevo, and ultimately reached the highest tier in 1997 with Obilic Belgrade. During his tenure in Belgrade he won the 1997-98 Yugoslav Championship, and featured in the 1998–99 UEFA Champions League. Following an early successful domestic career and a brief stint with Hajduk Kula he ventured abroad to play in the Chinese Jia-A League, and Bulgarian A PFG. He returned home in 2004 to spent time with Crvena Zvezda Pavliš, and ČSK Pivara. In 2006, he went abroad for the third time to play in the Canadian Soccer League with the Serbian White Eagles FC. The acquisition of Viciknez played a prominent role in the procession of European professional players to the CSL, which ushered in an era of a large volume of import players to the league. Throughout his time in Toronto he served numerous times as the club's team captain, and won several accolades such as the CSL Championship, International Division title, and the CSL MVP award.
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