Forward, Football player
Who is Ivica Senzen?
Ivan "Ivica" Senzen ia a former Croatian footballer. After beginning his career at his hometown club Metalac Sisak, Senzen was picked up by Dinamo Zagreb in 1970. Senzen spent the next nine years playing for the club, and had appeared in a total of 447 matches and scored 103 goals for the club, in a generation that featured other notable players such as Drago Vabec, Zlatko Kranjčar, and Velimir Zajec.
In 1979 he moved to Germany where he spent three seasons playing for 1860 Munich, and scored 8 goals in 82 appearances for the German side. He then moved on to Austria Klagenfurt, where he played between 1982 and 1986, before returning to Croatia and spending two years with Jugokeramika and then two years with Radnik Velika Gorica, before retiring in 1990.
After retiring from active football, Senzen turned to managing and coaching. He first worked at Radnik's youth academy for a year, before taking over as club's manager and winning promotion to Prva HNL in 1991. Between 1991 and 1999 he managed several Croatian clubs, before coming to Dinamo Zagreb in 1999 as assistant manager to Ilija Lončarević. Dinamo won the championship title that season, and Senzen stayed at the club working at Dinamo's academy.
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