Snezana Stojkovic is the wife of former footballer and current manager of Serbia national team Dragan Stojkovic.
Snezana was married to Dragan twice
Snezana and Dragan tied the knot when they were very young. They were in their 20s when they got married.
A decade later, they again decide to get married in front of God.
Their second wedding ceremony took place in Peter's Church of Alexander Nevsky.
Their wedding was very private as only friends and family were invited.
An interesting fact about their wedding was they gave their guests a waterway visit through the City of Lights.
Dragan is 57 years old. He is 1.74m tall. He weighs around 72 kg.
His net worth is estimated to be $1 million - $5 million.
He has managed to earn this fortune from his career as a professional footballer and managerial career.
Dragan Stojkovic talked about living and working in Japan
Dragan lived in Japan for 13 years.
He played for a Japanese club for seven years and became the coach of the same club he used to play for like six years.
He said that Japanese society was very respectful. He added that the people there were very humble and paid respect to everything.
He said that they give respect to every small thing and little achievement in any sector.
He admitted that was the reason why he continued living in Japan for 13 years, as he believed that he couldn’t find such a gesture in any place in the world.
He said that he felt comfortable living and working there as the people were appreciative of his work.
He was being respected, and that was all he needed, which kept him going on doing his job without realizing that many years had passed by in that country.
He said that players are very understanding, and this makes it easy to work with them.
He also added that the people there were very open to anything, and Japan and Serbia had a friendly relationship.
He believed that cooperation between the countries would be bigger and better in the future.
Dragan talked about Serbia's game with Sweden
A day before the match, in a press conference, Dragan said that the national league was almost coming to an end, and he would like his team to last till the end as the candidate to play for first place.
He said that the opponent country was tough and he would do everything possible to win that game.
He said that the team needed three points and that all his players were in great shape.
He added that the players were motivated to bring points for the team.
Lesser known facts about Dragan
Dragan has a nickname called Piksi, which is derived from the cartoon character Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks.
He coached the Japanese team Nagoya Grampus for many years, and it was the same club he used to play for.
He joined the club as a player in 1994. He is loved by Japanese football fans.
A street in Nagoya is named after him, and even an automobile manufacturer in Japan, Toyota, has named a car model Pixis after him.
He started his career in his hometown club Radnicki. Then he played for Red Star. He is one of the Red Star legends.
He also played for Marseille, where he suffered a knee injury. His playing career ended in 2001.
He then became the president of the Yugoslav Football Association. He was also the president of the Red Star club.
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