Yugoslav First League 1977-78

=League=

league topscorer: Radomir Savić (FK Sarajevo) - 21

Champions:
*PARTIZAN (coach: Ante Mladinić)
players (league matches/ league goals):
Momčilo Vukotić (34/11)
Nenad Stojković (34/3)
Nikica Klinčarski (34/2)
Petar Borota (34/0) -goalkeeper-
Aleksandar Trifunović (32/5)
Borislav Đurović (28/1)
Boško Đorđević (27/5)
Jusuf Hatunić (27/0)
Milovan Jović (24/6)
Ilija Zavišić (24/4)
Xhevad Prekazi (22/2)
Ivan Golac (19/1)
Pavle Grubješić (17/3)
Slobodan Santrač (16/11)
Vladimir Pejović (15/0)
Tomislav Kovačević (14/0)
Dragan Arsenović (11/0)
Rešad Kunovac (8/0)
Refik Kozić (5/1)
Novica Vulić (4/0)
Aranđel Todorović (2/0)
Miroslav Polak (1/0)

Cup

Round of 16

Rijeka 1 - 0 Partizan

(rest unknown)

Finals

ee also

*Yugoslav Cup
*Yugoslav League Championship
*Football Association of Yugoslavia

External links

* [http://www.rsssf.com/tablesj/joeghist.html Yugoslavia Domestic Football Full Tables]


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