Sretenovic, executioner of Barça in the European Cup, dies

The legendary Serbian point guard Zoran StenovićEuropean champion with the Yugoslav basketball team in 1991 and 1995, died this Thursday in Belgrade at the age of 57 due to a heart attackthe Serbian press reported.

the sports newspaper sports skiing Zurnal recalled in its digital version that Sretenovic was also a three-time European champion with the legendary Jugoplastika from Split.

In his third final, in 1991 against Barcelona, Sretenovic became the only European player to play all 40 minutes of a final.

He was also four times champion of Yugoslavia, three times winner of the Yugoslav Cup and a German Cup.

He played, among other teams, in Red Star and Partizanboth from Belgrade, in the German Brose Bambergthe French Olympic Antibes and the polish Stal Ostrówwhere he finished his career in 2001.

After retirement, he was coach of the Montenegrin club Buducnost and several Serbian and Polish clubs.

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