Vladimir Zelenbaba

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Template:Infobox football biography Vladimir Zelenbaba (Template:Lang-sr-cyr; born February 6, 1982) is a Serb footballer who played in the Serbian First League, Ukrainian Premier League, Kazakhstan Premier League, Azerbaijan Premier League, Canadian Soccer League, Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Thai Division 1 League.[1][2]

Career

Zelenbaba began his career in the Serbian First League and had stints with FK Železničar Beograd, FK Hajduk Beograd, FK Radnički Pirot, and FK Inđija. In 2007, he abroad to play with Zorya Luhansk in the 2006–07 Ukrainian Premier League.[3]After his brief stint in the Ukraine to went to Kazakhstan to play with FC Kaisar and FC Ordabasy. In 2010, he returned to Serbia to play with FK Zemun and had a stint in Azerbaijan with Kapaz PFK.

In 2012, he went overseas to Canada to sign with SC Waterloo of the Canadian Soccer League.[4] In 2013, he reached the finals of the CSL Championship where Waterloo faced Kingston FC, where during the match Zelenbaba recorded two goals to capture the club's first championship by a score of 3-1.[5] In 2014, he was loaned to NK Travnik of the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the following he signed with Bangkok F.C. of the Thai Division 1 League.[6][7] In summer 2016, Zelenbaba joined OFK Balkan Mirijevo.[8]

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