Saturday, 10 September 2016

Luxor Co. (Serbia) - Crvena Zvezda i Ja Sam Zvezdaš / Црвена Звезда и ЈА сам Звездас / Red Star and I'm Red Star (03) - Checklist - English

2003
Crvena Zvezda i Ja Sam Zvezdaš
Црвена Звезда и ЈА сам Звездас
Red Star and I'm Red Star
Luxor Co.
Serbia
201 stickers

The English translation of the original Serbian checklist has been provided by Igor Crnojevac. Igor has provided a couple of notes: There are different age groups for youngsters, and each of them has name in Serbian. I literally translate it from Serbian and I wrote year of birth of kids on those pictures. I don't know if there are specific names in English for kids teams. All I saw on internet is U-12, U-17, etc. I also added in brackets a description of the word Delije (see sticker no. 197).

1.  Crest
2.  Flag
3.  Marakana (Red Star Stadium)
4.  Dragan Đajić
5.  Vladimir Cvetković

6.  Slobodan Ćosić
7.  Kosta Tomašević (First goal scorer)
8.  Team - 1946
9.  Yugoslavia Cup Winners - 1948
10.  Yugoslavia Cup Winners - 1949
11.  Champions of Yugoslavia - 1951

12.  Champions of Yugoslavia - 1955-56
13.  Vladimir Beara
14.  Dr. Aleksandar Obradović
15.  Rajko Mitić
16.  Srđan Mrkušić
17.  Milovan Ćirić

18.  Danube Cup Winners - 1958
19.  Bora Kostić (All-time top scorer)
20.  Dragoslav Šekularac
21.  Vladica Popović
22.  Miša Pavić

23.  Branko Stanković
24.  Ljubiša Spajić
25.  Lazar Tasić
26.  Anton Rudinski
27.  Predrag Đajić
28.  Vladimir Durković

29.  Vojkan Melić
30.  Geration with most Trophies 1965-74 (Part1)
31.  Geration with most Trophies 1965-74 (Part2)
32.  Geration with most Trophies 1965-74 (Part3)
33.  Geration with most Trophies 1965-74 (Part4)
34.  Miljan Miljanić
35.  Stevan Ostojić

36.  Živorad Jeftić
37.  Dragan Cajić
38.  Vojin Lazarević
39.  Jovan Aćimović
40.  Miroslav Pavlović
41.  Kiro Dojčinovski

42.  Zoran Antonijević
43.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1967-68
44.  Milovan Đorić
45.  Slobodan Janković
46.  Stanislav Karasi

47.  Trifun Mihajlović
48.  Petar Krivokuća
49.  Branislav Klenkovski
50.   Mihalj Keri
51.   Gojko Zec
52.   Vladislav Bogićević

53.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1972-73 (Part 1)
54.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1972-73 (Part 2)
55.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1972-73 (Part 3)
56.   Zoran Filipović
57.   Vladimir Petrović-Pižon
58.   Dušan Savić
59.   Nedeljko Milosavljević

60.   Dušan Nikolić
61.   Slovoljub Muslin
62.   Aleksandar Stojanović
63.   Srboljub Stamenković
64.   Zdravko Borovnica
65.   Miloš Šestić
66.   Branko Stanković

67.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1976-77 (Part 1)
68.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1976-77 (Part 2)
69.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1976-77 (Part 3)
70.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1976-77 (Part 4)
71.   Dragan Miletović
72.   Zlatko Krmpotić
73.   Srebrenko Repunić

74.   Milan Jović
75.   Milan Janković
76.   Nikola Jovanović
77.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1979-80 (Part 1)
78.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1979-80 (Part 2)
79.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1979-80 (Part 3)
80.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1979-80 (Part 4)

81.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1980-81 (Part 1)
82.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1980-81 (Part 2)
83.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1980-81 (Part 3)
84.  Champions of Yugoslavia 1980-81 (Part 4)
85.   Boško Đurovski
86.   Mitar Mrkela
87.   Cvijetin Blagojević

88.   Marko Elzner
89.   Borislav Cvetković
90.   Rajko Jaljanin
91.   Dragan Stojković-Piksi

92.   15th Champion Title 1983-84
93.   16th Champion Title 1987-88
94.   17th Champion Title 1989-90
95.   18th Champion Title 1990-91
96.   19th Champion Title 1991-92
97.   20th Champion Title 1994-95
98.   21st Champion Title 1999-00
99.   22nd Champion Title 2000-01

100.   Rajko Mitić
101.   Dragoslav Šekularac
102.   Dragan Cajić
103.   Vladimir Petrović
104.   Dragan Stojković

105.  Trophies - Champions of Yugoslavia
106.  Trophy - Danube Cup Winners - 1958
107.  Trophy -"Ibérico" - Spain 1971
108.  Trophy - Winner of Tournament "Citta di Verona" - Italy 1991
109.  Trophy - Winner of Tournament in Santiago - Chile 1962
110.  Trophy - Winner of Tournament "Bastia" - France 1995

111.  Trophy - Champions of Europe - Italy 1991
112.  Trophy - Toyota Cup - Tokyo 1991
113.  Trophy - Intercontinental Cup Winner - Tokyo 1991
114.  Trophy - Winner of the 100th "Eternal Derby"
115.  Golden Miniature - Trophy - Champions of Europe - Gift from Mr. Papadopulos - 1995
116.  Trophies - 18 times Yugoslavia Cup Winners

117.   Svetozar Mijailović
118.  Čedomir Petrović
119.   Vladimir Cvetković
120.   Dragan Džajić
121.   Miloš Marinković
122.   Ljupko Petrović
123.   Jovan Aćimović / Zoran Antonijević
124.   Ratomir Dujković / Predrag Stanojević

125.   Vojislav Lalatović / Branko Nešović
126.   Mišo Bukumirović / Stojan Milanović
127.   Stevan Stojanović
128.   Željko Kaluđerović
129.   Darko Pančev
130.   Dejan Savićević
131.   Siniša Mihajlović
132.   Miodrag Belodedić

133.   Robert Prosinečki
134.   Vlada Stošić
135.   Goran Vasilijević
136.   Refik Šabanadžović
137.   Ilija Najdoski
138.   Dragiša Binić

139.   Vladimir Jugović
140.   Vladan Lukić
141.   Goran Jurić
142.   Ivica Momčilović
143.   Slobodan Marović
144.   Duško Radinović
145.   Rade Tošić

146.   Stojanović defending Penalty
147.   Pančev - The Winner Goal
148.  Champions of Europe - 1991 (Part 1)
149.  Champions of Europe - 1991 (part 2)
150.  Intercontinental Cup Winners - 1991 (Part 1)
151.  Intercontinental Cup Winners - 1991 (Part 2)

152.  The Masters Today (Part 1)
153.  The Masters Today (Part 2)
154.  The Masters Today (Part 3)
155.  Meeting of Generations 1991-2001 (Part 1)
156.  Meeting of Generations 1991-2001 (Part 2)
157.  Meeting of Generations 1991-2001 (Part 3)
158.  Future Masters

159.   Darko Kovačević
160.   Dejan Petković
161.   Goran Buljevčević
162.   Dejan Stanković
163.   Goran Drulić
164.   Perica Ognjenović

165.   Zoran Jovičić
166.   Ivan Ađić
167.   Goran Đorović
168.  Yugoslavia Cup Winners 1995-96
169.  Yugoslavia Cup Winners 1996-97
170.  Yugoslavia Cup Winners 1998-99

Zvezda 2001-2002

171.   Vladimir Dišljenković / Ivan Ranđelović
172.   Aleksandar Kocić / Petar Đenić
173.   Nenad Lalatović / Vladimir Matijašević
174.   Marjan Marković / Branko Bošković
175.   Dejan Ilić / Ivan Gvozdenović
176.   Leo Lerinc / Milenko Aćimović

177.   Stevo Glogovac / Ivan Vukomanović
178.   Mihajlo Pjanović / Branko Jelić
179.   Darko Spalević / Sanibal Orahovac
180.   Vidak Bratić / Radosav Bulić
181.   Vladislav Mirković / Boban Stojanović
182.   Saša Kocić / Vladimir Dimitrijević

183.   Nemanja Vidić / Goran Đukić
184.   Sloboljub Musiin
185.   Milivoje Vitakić
186.  First Team 2001-02 (Part 1)
187.  First Team 2001-02 (Part 2)
188.  First Team 2001-02 (Part 3)

189.  Small roosters - '90 and '91 / '89
190.  Pioneers - '88 / '87
191.  Younger Cadets - '86
182.  Older Cadets - '85
193.  Younger Teenagers - '84
194.  Older Teenagers - '83

195.  The Masters
196.  Fans
197.  North
198.  Delije (This is an umbrella name referring to the supporters of various sports clubs that compete under the Red Star Belgrade Sports Society banner. The name is derived from the Serbian word 'delija', meaning "brave, hero".)
199.  The youngest members
200.  Me too (Mirka Vasiljević)
201.  Me too (Marko Moskovljević)

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