Date of birth: 13 April 1955
Playing career: FK Krivaja Zavidovići, FK Sarajevo, Paris Saint-Germain FC, Red Star FC 93
Coaching career: AS Cannes, İstanbulspor AŞ, Al-Hilal, Konyaspor, MKE Ankaragücü, Rizespor, Ankaraspor, Bosnia-Herzegovina
• An outstanding attacking midfielder with an eye for the killer pass and an excellent goalscoring record, Sušić spent nine years with Sarajevo. Voted Yugoslavia's Footballer of the Year in 1979, he was the league's joint-top scorer with 17 goals in 1979/80 as Sarajevo finished runners-up to FK Crvena Zvezda.
• Moved to PSG in 1982 and spent the next nine seasons in the French capital, becoming one of the country's finest ever footballing imports and helping his side win the Coupe de France in his first season and the league title in 1985/86.
• A long-time stalwart of the Yugoslavia national team, Sušić made his first appearance in 1977 and his last in 1990. Scored 21 goals in 54 appearances and played in the 1982 and 1990 FIFA World Cups as well as the 1984 UEFA European Championship.
• Launched coaching career in France with Cannes before taking on jobs in Istanbul and Riyadh. Eventually settled in Turkey, where he coached four clubs between 2004 and 2008.
• Named as Bosnia-Herzegovina's Golden Player as part of UEFA's jubilee celebrations in 2004, he succeeded Croatian veteran Miroslav Blažević as the new coach of his national team on 28 December 2009.
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