Senad Repuh

Senad Repuh (born December 18, 1972 in Sarajevo, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Bosnian retired professional footballer and current football manager. He was most recently in charge of First League of FBiH club Jedinstvo Bihać.

Club career

After passing the club's youth selections, Repuh started his professional career with FK Sarajevo in the 1990–91 season. With the start of the Bosnian war and the halt of competitive football in the country, many first team regulars left the club as it became a touring one.

In 1996, after being spotted by scouts during one of the aforementioned tours, Repuh joined French Ligue 1 side FC Lorient, where he stayed for one season before returning to Sarajevo. In 1997, he made a move to the Turkish Süper Lig, joining Karabükspor and eventually Bursaspor.

After a stint in Israel, playing for Hapoel Jerusalem F.C. and Hapoel Tzafririm Holon F.C., he again returned to FK Sarajevo. He went on to play for FC Sokol Saratov in the Russian Premier League, Pietà Hotspurs F.C. in the Maltese Premier League, and lower-tier Bosnian side NK SAŠK Napredak before retiring from professional football. He had previously won the Bosnian Premier League with FK Sarajevo in 2007 before retiring.

International career

Repuh earned 14 caps for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team between 1997 and 2000. He scored his first and only goal at the 1997 Dunhill Cup, in a game in which Bosnia and Herzegovina beat Malaysia 4–0.

Career statistics

International goals




  • Bosnian Premier League: 2006–07