Darko Dražić (born 17 January 1963 in Novi Travnik) is a retired Bosnian Croat footballer who played for Solin, Hajduk Split, Fortuna Düsseldorf, Šibenik and Rot-Weiß Oberhausen. He played also two matches for Croatian national team. First one, against United States and second one against Slovenia.Dražić became the coach of NK GOŠK Gabela in 2011 but resigned after he was selected as assistant manager of Iran Pro League side Mes Kerman by Miroslav Blažević.

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  • Darko Dražić (born 17 January 1963 in Novi Travnik) is a retired Bosnian Croat footballer who played for Solin, Hajduk Split, Fortuna Düsseldorf, Šibenik and Rot-Weiß Oberhausen. He played also two matches for Croatian national team. First one, against United States and second one against Slovenia.Dražić became the coach of NK GOŠK Gabela in 2011 but resigned after he was selected as assistant manager of Iran Pro League side Mes Kerman by Miroslav Blažević. After about one year working with Mes Kerman's staff, he began his work with Damash as an assistant manager. It was not the first time that one of Amir Abedini's teams used his services because Dražić's professional career in coaching started with Abedini. (en)
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