A National B level coach, Jazic has a long history of success at local, provincial and national levels.
Currently in his first year as head coach, Jazic was an assistant coach with the Tigers for 10 years up until the end of the 2017 season and has been the head coach of the Western Halifax Durty Nelly’s Football Club of the Eastlink Premiership League since 2014. The 2018 Soccer Nova Scotia Soccer League Coach of the Year, he led them to a national championship title in 2017 and three consecutive provincial championship wins (2016-2018).
Before joining the Western Halifax Club, he was with the Halifax Dunbrack Soccer Club, serving as head coach of their senior men’s team for four seasons and technical director for three. He led them to a provincial championship win and a bronze medal finish at the national championship in 2010 and earned Soccer Nova Scotia League men’s coach of the year in 2009, 2010 and 2013.
He also coached within the Scotia Olympics Club from 1994-2006.
Jazic played three seasons (1996-99) with the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association’s (ACAA) King’s College, earning two league championships. A two-time ACAA league all-star, he played seven years in the Nova Scotia Premier League with Dartmouth Moosehead and Scotia United.
A constable with Halifax Regional Police since 2008, Jazic is a community response officer in Halifax and will continue in that role along with his new coaching duties. He is from Halifax and shares two young daughters, Alessandra and Juliana with his wife Danielle.