''''Davor Berber''''' born May, 1977 in [[Zemun]], [[Belgrade]], [[Serbia]]) is a [[Serbia]]n [[Football (soccer)|Football Coach]] <!--[[Датотека:primer.jpg]]-->
*Currently works in the [[FC Radnicki]]-[[Serbia]] as an Head coach.
*He graduated at the Advanced coaching school (Sports Academy, Belgrade) and has a [[UEFA A license]]
*Currently studing for [[UEFA PRO Licence]].
Coach who is Very successful and famous as a lecturer in football theory and practice for coaches. Dedicated & Loyal to Coach Profession with many Innovation in Football.
Brilliant Organizer and Strong Leader with Senior Teams.
Training and Football Tactic Cooperated and Learned.
Excellent Demonstrator of Football Skills.
Excellent Coach Competitor.
Looking for: discipline, responsibility, combativeness, winning spirit.
Forcing young players, make good atmosphere between players and always has success with team.
'''Davor Berber''' was the assistent coach of [[Bangladesh national football team]] with whom he became champion at [[2010 South Asian Games]]. <br />He led Bangladesh to their first gold medal in 11 years at this competition, creating history by setting two new records: 4-0 victory vs. Afghanistan is the biggest winning margin in the final in 26 years history of this competition and becoming champion without a single goal conceded in the tournament. Before this current role he was the Head coach of [[FC Radnicki-NB (Serbia)]] and [[FC Deren(Mongolia)]].He worked in [[FC Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondhi Club-Bangladesh]] as Assistent coach and won the Championship and was a finalist In [[League Cup]]. He also took [[FC Hidd-Bahrain]] in [[AFC Cup]].
==National Teams Coaching Career==
*Assistent Coach of [[Bangladesh national football team]] at [[2010 South Asian Games]] - 1st place, Gold Medal [[Image:Med 1.png]]
(5 matches played, 5 wins, 0 draws, 0 losses, 13 goals scored, 0 goals conceded, no red card)
<br />Group Matches: Bangladesh 3:0 Nepal, Bangladesh 4:0 Bhutan, Bangladesh 1:0 Maldives, Semifinal: Bangladesh 1:0 India, Final: Bangladesh 4:0 Afghanistan
<br />New record 4:0 victory in final of the competition - first gold medal for Bangladesh after 11 years
<br />First time team becoming champion without a single goal conceded in tournament 26 year history
==Clubs Coaching Career==
2013-2014 -- [[FC Radnicki]]-[[Serbia]] [[(Head-coach)]]
2012-2013 -- [[FC Vasco S.C.]]-[[India]] [[(Head-coach)]]
2011-2012 --[FC Hidd]]-[[Bahrain]] [[(First team coach)]]
2010-2011 --[[FC Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club]]-[[Bangladesh]] [[(First team coach)]]
2010-March- July --[[FC Deren]]-[[Mongolia]] [[(Head-coach)]]
2010-January,Februar --[[Bangladesh National Team]] [[(First team coach)]]
2006-2010 --[[FC Radnicki]]-[[Serbia]] [[(First team coach,Head-coach)]]
2000-2006 --[[FC Zeleznik]]-[[Serbia]] [[(Young team, U15,U17)]]
1996-1998 --[[FC BSK-Batajnica]]-[[Serbia]] [[(Young team, U12,U17)]]
*[[FC BSK-Batajnica]]-[[Serbia]]- winner in Belgrade division with U-17
*[[FC Zeleznik-Belgrade]]-[[Serbia]]- cup finalist with U-17
*[[FC Radnicki-NB]]-[[Serbia]] -Cup finalist
*[[Bangladesh National Football Team]] at [[2010 South Asian Games]] - 1st place, Gold Medal
*[[FC Sheik Jamal Dhanmondi Club]]-[[Bangladesh]]-Winner in [[Bangladesh Championship]] and finalist in [[League Cup]]
*[[FC Hidd]]-[[Bahrain]] led in [[AFC Cup]]
*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmMeGneKPHE South Asian Games 2010 Final - Bangladesh 4:0 Afghanistan, 2/8/2010]
*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lz-VkA5FO8I&feature=related Bangladesh Final Preparation, 2/7/2010]
*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvjMa5m54-I&feature=related South Asian Games 2010 Semifinal - Bangladesh 1:0 India, 2/6/2010]