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Luka Peruzovi?
Personal information
Date of birth (1952-02-26) 26 February 1952 (age 68)
Place of birth Split, FPR Yugoslavia
Playing position(s) Defender
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1969-1980 Hajduk Split 233 (9)
1980-1986 Anderlecht 166 (5)
1986-1988 Hajduk Split 64 (1)
National team
1974-1983 Yugoslavia 17 (0)
Teams managed
1990 Hajduk Split
1991-1992 Charleroi
1992-1993 Anderlecht
1993-1994 Genk
1995 Marseille
1995-1997 Charleroi
1997 Gençlerbirli?i S.K.
1998 Standard Liège
1999 Charleroi
2002-2004 Al-Sadd
2005-2006 Bahrain
2009-2010 CS Sfax
2011 Charleroi
2013 Charleroi
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Luka Peruzovi? (born 26 February 1952) is a Croatian football coach and former player, who managed Belgium's Standard Liège, Charleroi and Anderlecht and Qatar's Al Sadd. He also holds a Belgian citizenship.


As a player, Peruzovi? played for Yugoslavia in the 1974 World Cup and 1976 European championship. He played over 400 games for Hajduk Split in all competitions before following his former coach Tomislav Ivi? to Anderlecht in 1980. Playing as centre-back or sweeper he helped them reach the 1982 European Cup semi-final and won the 1983 UEFA Cup Final against Benfica. After retiring he worked as a coach in Croatia, Belgium, France and Turkey. In December 2004, he was appointed manager of Al Ittihad, but lasted only three months until March 2005. He then coached Bahrain national team in their 2006 World Cup qualifiers, losing out the playoff to Trinidad and Tobago.

He was named as the manager of Tunisian team CS Sfax in 2009,[1][2] before returning to Belgium to take charge of Charleroi, his fourth stint at the club.

Personal life

Peruzovi? is the younger brother of WWE wrestler Josip Peruzovi?, better known as Nikolai Volkoff, who died on 29 July 2018, after having been in a hospital in Maryland where he had been treated for dehydration and other issues[3]


  1. ^ "Toute l'actualité du football en Tunisie ; Ligue 1et 2, Coupe de Tunisie, Ligue des champions".
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 7 October 2009. Retrieved 2009.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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