Full name: Å½eljko Äajkovski
Other name(s): ÐÐµÑÐºÐ¾ Ð§Ð°ÑÐºÐ¾Ð²ÑÐºÐ¸
Height: 5-4.5 (164 cm)
Born: May 5, 1925 in Zagreb, Grad Zagreb, Croatia
Died: November 11, 2016 in Munich, Bayern, Germany
Affiliations: Dinamo Zagreb, Zagreb (CRO)
Related Olympians: Brother of Zlatko Äajkovski.
Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)
Å½eljko Äajkovski was a football striker who started his career with HAÅ K Zagreb from 1942-45. He then played with Dinamo Zagreb from 1946-56, during which time he helped Yugoslavia win a silver medal at the 1948 Olympics. Äajkovski also competed for Yugoslavia at the 1950 FIFA World Cup. In all, he earned 19 caps, scoring 12 international goals. While with Dinamo, Äajkovski won the Yugoslav title in 1950 and 1954, and the 1951 cup tournament.
In 1956 Äajkovski moved to Germany, playing for Werder Bremen until 1958 and then serving as a player-manager for 1.FC Lichtenfels until 1960, leading them to the Bavarian amateur championship. He then became a football manager in Germany, with SpVgg FÃ¼rth from 1964-66, Borussia Neunkirchen in 1967-69, SSV Ulm 1846 in 1971-74, VfR Heilbronn in 1974, and finishing his coaching career with Wacker 04 Berlin in 1975.
|1948 Summer||23||London||Football||Men's Football||Yugoslavia||YUG||2||Silver|
|1948 Summer||23||London||Football||Yugoslavia||YUG||Final Standings||2||1948-07-26||3||0||0|
|1948 Summer||23||London||Football||Yugoslavia||YUG||Final Round||Match 1/2||2||1948-08-13||SWE 3, YUG 1||0|
|1948 Summer||23||London||Football||Yugoslavia||YUG||Semi-Finals||Match #2||1||1948-08-11||YUG 3, GBR 1||0|
|1948 Summer||23||London||Football||Yugoslavia||YUG||Quarter-Finals||Match #3||1||1948-08-05||YUG 3, TUR 1||1|
|1948 Summer||23||London||Football||Yugoslavia||YUG||Round One||Match #4||1||1948-07-31||YUG 6, LUX 1||2|