Sandro Radun is football professional from Croatia. Since his childhood, he used to play with Hajduk Split, where he attended youth football school, which was recognized all over Europe. Together with Slaven Bilic, Alen Boksic, Igor Stimac, Aljosa Asanovic etc...
At the age of 20, he left Croatia for the search of glory. Among many clubs in Asia and Australia and Europe, he used to play for Singapore national team.
In 1991, he played for Malaysian state of Kelantan and after that, in 1992, he moved to Singapore to play for Singapore domestic league, for the club Redhill Rangers. During this period, after 11 matches played, he was nominated 7 times man of the match and has earned call up for the national team, which was despite all predictions, since Singapore was looking for strikers, not goalkeepers.
In 1993, he played for Singapore club until 1996 Singapore introduced his own professional S-league in which he played for Woodlands Wellington. 1997. he returned to Europe and played for NK Brotnjo, Citluk, coached by Blaz Baka Sliskovic.
After he finished his carrier, he attended a school for UEFA Coaches certificate in Sarajevo, and there he successfully finished all levels of education UEFA B, A and Pro. Since then was working as a coach with Hajduk Split, Zmaj Makarska and Chiasso Switzerland.
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