Radomir Antic, former Atlético Madrid manager and Luton player, dies aged 71

06 April 2020 08:08
The only man to manage Real Madrid, Atlético and BarcelonaAntic famously scored to rescue Luton from relegationRadomir Antic has died after a long illness, aged 71. The Yugoslav footballer and manager whose late goal rescued Luton Town from relegation in May 1983, famously sending his manager David Pleat skipping and leaping across the pitch at Maine Road, had pancreatitis.Antic, the son of Bosnian partisans, had a 17-year playing career which took him from Sloboda Uzice to Partizan Belgrade, Fenerbahce and Real Zaragoza before finishing at Kenilworth Road in 1984, where he had spent four years. Related: Pep Guardiola's mother dies aged 82 after contracting coronavirus Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian