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|Full name||Ivan Katalini?|
|Date of birth||17 May 1951|
|Place of birth||Trogir, FPR Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|1983-1993||Hajduk Split (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Ivan Katalini? (born 17 May 1951) is a former Croatian footballer and former manager who had a successful playing career with Hajduk Split and Southampton in the 1970s and 1980s. As a member of Hajduk's famous "golden generation" of the 1970s, he won four Yugoslav championships and five consecutive cups.
In early 1980, he moved to Southampton where he stayed for three and a half seasons. On his return from England, Katalini? once again joined Hajduk becoming part of the coaching staff and a third choice goalkeeper for the 1983-84 season.
So far in his managerial career Katalini? has managed 17 clubs. Most success was achieved with Hajduk from 1993 until 1995. Two Croatian championships and cups were won along with two supercups. Season 1994-95 is remembered as the most successful in Hajduk's history. Besides winning the double, Hajduk reached quarterfinals of the Champions League.
As a goalkeeper Katalini? was capped 13 times for Yugoslav national team. Debut came on 30 January 1977 when Yugoslavia beat Colombia 1-0 at Estadio El Campín in Bogotá and his last game was in Rome on 18 May 1978 versus Italy at stadio Olimpico in a scoreless draw. From 1996 until 2002 he was part of the Croatian national team's coaching staff that led Croatia to bronze medal in the World Cup 1998.
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Despite signing his first professional contract with Hajduk in the summer of 1970, Katalini? had to wait more than a year for his debut. The long-awaited day occurred on 29 September 1971, when he came on as a substitute for injured Radomir Vuk?evi? in the Euroepan Cup first-round return-leg in Split, against Valencia. However, in the face of stiff competition Katalini? would not become first-choice goalkeeper until 1975. He then kept the number one jersey for the following two seasons, before losing it due to military service, which was obligatory at the time. Upon his return from the army in May 1979, Katalini? played only one game, adding just three more at the beginning of the following season: transfer abroad was on the horizon. After trials with W.B.A. and Derby County, followed by unsuccessful attempts to gain his work permit, Katalini? finally made a breakthrough with Southampton.
After signing a four-year contract with Southampton in February 1980, Katalini? became the first Croatian ever to play in the First Division (today known as the Premier League). To date, he remains the only Croatian goalkeeper to have played in the English top-flight. During the next two-and-a-half years he made 54 appearances for Southampton in all competitions. For the 1982-83 season Southampton signed England goalkeeper Peter Shilton, whose arrival moved Katalini? to the bench. After cancelling his contract with Southampton in the summer of 1983, he signed with Hajduk as a third-choice goalkeeper and an assistant coach.
Due to his calmness and composure on the field, Katalini? was nicknamed "Banks". He was described as having excellent reflexes, and was particularly skilled in one-on-one duels with the opposing players. Katalini? also had the ability to read the game and predict the offensive action well in advance, which he used to alert and direct the defence.
After ten years on Hajduk's coaching staff as an assistant and goalkeeper coach, in March 1993 Katalini? was appointed as a manager. Under his helm, two months later, Hajduk won Croatian Cup after two legged final against great rival Dinamo Zagreb. The following season Hajduk were champions of Croatia and in 1994-95 first Croatian double crown was rounded with Champions League quarterfinal clash with eventual winners Ajax. Following season Hajduk failed to qualify for the Champions League after losing to Panathinaikos. Two months later Katalini? resigned after being knocked out of the Croatian Cup. In 1996-97 came his first managerial job abroad when he signed a one-year contract with Hapoel Haifa. Return to Croatia followed where he took over minnows Zadar leading them to championship play-offs. Second spell with Hajduk followed but no trophies were won.
In the new century Katalini? had two more attempts but did not manage to qualify for the Champions League. With Zagreb, in 2002, he failed to overcome ZTE while two years later short episode with Hajduk ended soon after crushing out against Shelbourne. He coached Rijeka on two occasions, saving them from relegation in his first spell with the club. However, in Ukraine Katalini?'s effort was not enough to save Metalurh Zaporizhya from the drop. After five years of coaching abroad (Bahrain, Albania, Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina) in the summer of 2009 Katalini? surprised many with his move to ambitious Croatian Third Division side Dugopolje.
Katalini? led Dugopolje to its historic first promotion to the Croatian Second Division. In June 2010 return to First Division football followed as he signed a contract with RNK Split. He led them to the third position in 2010-11 Prva HNL, and for the first time in the club's history reaching a spot in European competitions. After progressing past Dom?ale in the second qualifying round of 2011-12 UEFA Europa League, they were eliminated by Fulham. In August 2011, he was sacked as manager as the board was unsatisfied with the results made in the beginning of the season. In September 2012, Katalini? took over the helm of GO?K Gabela for the second time. In May 2013 he became the manager of Slaven Belupo.
|Hajduk Split||19 May 1993||25 October 1995||Prva HNL||92||58||20||14||63.04|
|Croatian Super Cup||4||1||2||1||25.00|
|UEFA Champions League||12||4||5||3||33.33|
|European Cup Winners' Cup||2||1||0||1||50.00|
|Hajduk Split Total||134||78||34||22||58.21|
|NK Osijek||6 April 1996||12 May 1996||Prva HNL||6||2||0||4||33.33|
|NK Osijek Total||6||2||0||4||33.33|
|NK Zadarkomerc||31 August 1997||10 May 1998||Prva HNL||27||10||4||13||37.04|
|NK Zadarkomerc Total||28||10||4||14||35.71|
|Hajduk Split||7 August 1998||25 September 1999||Prva HNL||39||22||10||7||56.41|
|Hajduk Split Total||54||29||15||10||53.70|
|Varteks Vara?din||29 July 2000||29 April 2001||Prva HNL||27||9||8||10||33.33|
|Varteks Vara?din Total||31||11||8||12||35.48|
|HNK Rijeka||26 May 2001||4 May 2002||Prva HNL||34||18||6||10||52.94|
|HNK Rijeka Total||38||19||7||12||50.00|
|NK Zagreb||20 July 2002||7 August 2002||Prva HNL||2||1||1||50.00|
|Croatian Super Cup||1||0||1||0||0.00|
|UEFA Champions League||2||1||0||1||50.00|
|NK Zagreb Total||5||2||2||1||40.00|
|HNK Rijeka||2 August 2003||15 May 2004||Prva HNL||31||11||9||11||35.48|
|HNK Rijeka Total||37||16||9||12||43.24|
|Hajduk Split||17 July 2004||21 August 2004||Prva HNL||5||2||1||2||40.00|
|Croatian Super Cup||1||1||0||0||100.00|
|UEFA Champions League||2||1||0||1||50.00|
|Hajduk Split Total||8||4||1||3||50.00|
|Dinamo Tirana||18 November 2005||15 February 2006||Superliga||11||5||3||3||45.45|
|Dinamo Tirana Total||11||5||3||3||45.45|
|?iroki Brijeg||17 July 2008||23 May 2009||Premier League||30||14||3||13||46.67|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina Cup||7||4||0||3||57.14|
|?iroki Brijeg Total||44||22||3||19||50.00|
|NK Dugopolje||29 August 2009||29 May 2010||Tre?a HNL (South)||32||22||5||5||68.75|
|NK Dugopolje Total||32||22||5||5||68.75|
|RNK Split||24 July 2010||14 August 2011||Prva HNL||34||17||7||10||50.00|
|RNK Split Total||38||19||8||11||50.00|
|GO?K Gabela||5 September 2012||10 January 2013||Premier League||10||1||5||4||10.00|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina Cup||5||2||2||1||40.00|
|GO?K Gabela Total||15||3||7||5||20.00|
|Slaven Belupo||14 July 2013||21 September 2013||Prva HNL||10||1||2||7||10.00|
|Slaven Belupo Total||10||1||2||7||10.00|
|Jedinstvo Biha?||28 September 2013||23 November 2013||First League||9||6||2||1||66.67|
|Jedinstvo Biha? Total||9||6||2||1||66.67|
|HNK ?ibenik||19 August 2016||8 October 2016||Druga HNL||10||4||2||4||40.00|
|HNK ?ibenik Total||11||5||2||4||45.45|