Nenad Perunicic (1971)
Nenad Peruničić began at RK Jugović. He received his first professional contract with RK Red Star Belgrade. 1993 moved to PSG Handball, but a year later to Spanish Liga ASOBAL club Irún Bidasoa. Here in 1995 he succeeded his international breakthrough, winning the EHF Champions League and was voted the best player in the Liga ASOBAL. Here he also got his nickname “El Conquistador” (“The Conqueror”) and “Terminator”. He also won the Basques the Copa del Rey 1996 and the EHF Cup Winner’s Cup 1997. Then it pulled the 2.03 meter left back in the German Bundesliga for THW Kiel and in 1998, 1999 and 2000 league and cup as well as the 1998 EHF Cup won. In 2000 he moved again to the final of the EHF Champions League, defeated there but the FC Barcelona . In 2001 he moved to league rivals SC Magdeburg. With the same club he won again in 2002 the EHF Champions League and EHF Club Championship . In 2004, he played nine months for the SG Wallau mass home, then he was a three-month interlude at al-Ahli SC follow in Qatar. Finally, Peruničić still played a season for Pick Szeged in Hungary, where he won the Hungarian Cup. In the 2006-07 season he played – as a 36-year-old – at FC Barcelona, where he again won the Copa del Rey de Balonmano. In the summer of 2007, he joind the club Algeciras BM joined, where he played until November 2007. In the 2008-09 season, he ran for the Montenegrin club MRK Budućnost Podgorica on, then he ended his career.
Nenad Peruničić has 141 caps for the Serbian-Montenegrin and Yugoslav national team contested. With the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, he won just as in the European Handball Championship 1996 in Spain Bronze as in the Handball World Championship for Men in 1999 in Egypt. At the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, he was fourth with Serbia-Montenegro.
After his playing career, he took charge as manager and coach of Serbian giant RK Red Star Belgrade.
- ChLeague winner 1995 Bidasoa Irun and 2002 with SC Magdeburg
- Spanish Champion 1995 Bidasoa Irun
- Spanish Cup winner 1996 Bidasoa Irun and 2007 with FC Barcelona
- Super Cup winner in 1996 with Bidasoa Irun
- European Cup Winners Cup Winners Cup in 1997 with Bidasoa Irun
- German champion in 1998, 1999 and 2000 with the THW Kiel
- DHB Cup winner in 1998, 1999 and 2000 with the THW Kiel
- EHF Cup Winners’ Cup in 1998 with the THW Kiel
- Super Cup winner in 1998 with the THW Kiel
- Hungarian Cup winner in 2006 with Pick Szeged