One of European football’s all-time greats, former Croatia coach Tomislav Ivic, died in hospital in his home town of Split on Friday.
The 77-year-old was one of his country’s most successful coaches and won championships in six countries.
He coached 20 clubs, four national teams won a total of 16 titles.
During the 1970s Ivic landed three championships and four domestic cups in the former Yugoslavia with Hajduk Split.
He also went on to win league titles with Ajax Amsterdam, Anderlecht, Porto and Olympique Marseille.
Ivic also had spells as coach of Yugoslavia, Croatia, Iran and United Arab Emirates.
The cause of his death was not immediately known but he had suffered with diabetes for several years.