Zheijang Yiteng FC, China

In 2017 Marijo Joined Chinese club Zheijang Yiteng as a manager.




NK Istra 1961, Croatia

In the period of 2016 – 2017 Marijo was acting manager of Croatian football team NK Istra 1961.





Chanchung Yatai FC, China

In April 2015 Marijo joined Changchun Yatai F.C. of China Super League as technical director. After the club’s poor start of season and only one win in nine matches Marijo Tot took over as head coach on 15 May 2015. He started his new job by winning three consecutive matches. Changchun Yatai FC finally finished season successfully.



Harbin Yiteng, China

At the end of 2013 Marijo joined Harbin Yiteng of China Super League as an assistant manager. After the clubs’s poor mid-season showings he took over as head coach in July 2014.


Kedah FA

Kedah FA, Malaysia

Tot moved to Malaysia in August 2012 to join Kedah FA, replacing Wan Jamak Wan Hassan. He coached the team until the end of July 2013, choosing not to renew his contract with Kedah.



NK Lokomotiva, Croatia

Marijo accepted the job as manager of NK Lokomotiva for the 2011-2012 season, however he was dismissed from the job after 4 months due to poor results of the team. Even then, according to media, Lokomotiva FC played good offensive football.



NK Dinamo, Croatia

Marijo Tot has been assistant manager to Vahid Halilhodžić in Dinamo Zagreb during 2010-2011 season. In early May 2011, he takes charge of Dinamo for the remaining matches. He guided Dinamo to victory in the 2010–11 Cup.


 nk-rijekaHNK Rijeka, Croatia

 After Brotnj, Tot became assistant manager to Robert Rupčić atHNK Rijeka. That     season the club played Europa League qualifications in Luxemburg and Ukraine.




NK Brotnjo, Bosnia & Herzegovina

At 31 years of age, Marijo became one of the youngest ever manager in all the former Yugoslav republic clubs when he took over the job at Bosnian Super League club NK Brotnjo in 2003.