The 2010–11 season was the 100th season in Hajduk Split’s history and their twentieth in the Prva HNL. Their second-place finish in the 2009–10 season meant it was their 20th successive season playing in the Prva HNL. It was the third tenure for manager Stanko Poklepović at Hajduk, after he was appointed following Edoardo Reja's departure to Lazio in February 2010. Poklepović won the Croatian Cup's previous season, his third silverware.

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  • The 2010–11 season was the 100th season in Hajduk Split’s history and their twentieth in the Prva HNL. Their second-place finish in the 2009–10 season meant it was their 20th successive season playing in the Prva HNL. It was the third tenure for manager Stanko Poklepović at Hajduk, after he was appointed following Edoardo Reja's departure to Lazio in February 2010. Poklepović won the Croatian Cup's previous season, his third silverware. The season covers a period from 1 June 2010 to 31 May 2011.There were no arrivals during the pre-season transfer window, with players leaving the club or reducing their contractual obligations to ease the club's financial situation. The season started with an eleven-match unbeaten league run, but after three successive defeats in all three competitions during the October, Poklepović was sacked. Youth team coach Goran Vučević was appointed as caretaker manager and eventually signed a two-and-a-half-year contract in December. A four-match run without victory, which started with a defeat by rivals Dinamo Zagreb that diminished hope for a championship title, saw Vučević leaving the club on mutual consent. Ante Miše was appointed as his successor until the end of the season, in which time he won two out of five remaining matches. Hajduk finished the season in 2nd place in the Prva HNL behind Dinamo Zagreb for the third consecutive time. The board of directors chose not to extend the contract of Miše, and at the end of May, Krasimir Balakov was appointed as new manager.The club reached the group stage of the UEFA Europa League, eliminating Dinamo Bucharest and Unirea Urziceni in progress. They finished in the last place, winning only one match, against Anderlecht. Hajduk reached the second round of the Croatian Cup, where the team were beaten 1–0 in the extra time by Istra 1961. Ante Vukušić was the club's top goalscorer after scoring 18 goals, with 14 in the league and four in the Europe. (en)
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