|Full name||Ljubinko Drulovi?|
|Date of birth||11 September 1968|
|Place of birth||Nova Varo?, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Zlatar Nova Varo?|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Drulovi? was born in Nova Varo?, Serbia, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. After playing out his contract at FK Rad in the summer of 1992, he signed a two-year deal with Portuguese club Gil Vicente FC, but only remained there until December 1993, after which he moved to FC Porto also of the Primeira Liga; between both teams, he finished the 1993-94 season with a career-best 18 goals.
Drulovi? was one of very few players to have contributed to each of Porto's five consecutive titles during the 90s. He was mostly remembered at the side for his pin-point assists and ability to cross the ball, mainly to the head of Mário Jardel.
In June 2001, already 33, Drulovi? joined S.L. Benfica. After a slow 2002-03 campaign, he returned home and signed with FK Partizan, being one of the side's most influential players as they reached the group stage in the UEFA Champions League. He moved back to Portugal a year later, finishing his career with F.C. Penafiel alongside former Porto teammate António Folha.
In early April 2008, Drulovi? became manager of FK Banat Zrenjanin in the Serbian SuperLiga. As the fifth manager of the season - he replaced ?arko Soldo - he took over a team under relegation threat (eighth place out of 12), with eleven matches to go. Eventually, he could not help prevent them from dropping down a level after a 4-1 loss to FK Vojvodina on 17 May.
Drulovi? made his debut for FR Yugoslavia on 28 December 1996, in a friendly with Argentina played in Mar del Plata (3-2). He went on to play a further 37 times in the following five years, appearing for the nation at the 1998 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2000 tournaments and contributing with one goal in the 3-3 group stage draw against Slovenia and four assists in the latter as the country reached the quarter-finals.
1º de Agosto
As of 9 September 2019
|Macedonia||April 2015||October 2015||5||0||1||4||0.00|
|Partizan||October 2015||December 2015||15||7||3||5||46.67|
|Uzbekistan U23||March 2019||17||11||4||2||64.71|