A top football official in Serbia and Montenegro has died hours after being shot in the capital Belgrade.
The motive for the attack is not known
Branko Bulatovic, secretary general of the country's Football Association, was hit outside his office on Friday.
Bulatovic, 52, was shot in the head by an unknown gunman, who escaped from the scene. He died in hospital later.
Belgrade has witnessed a number of high-profile shootings, including the assassination of Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic last year.
"Branko Bulatovic died from his wounds... in the emergency room," the football association said on its web site.
Serbian Interior Minister Dragan Jocic described the incident as an execution and said police had made a photofit of the attacker - a man in his 40s.
"What remains is to establish the motive...investigate Bulatovic's character, his contacts and everything that could lead to the perpetrator," Mr Jocic told state television late on Friday.
Colleagues say the murder is not football-related
On Friday, FA vice-president Nebojsa Lekovic said they were "pretty sure that it is not soccer-related".
The football federation cancelled all football games scheduled to take place over the weekend.
Mr Bulatovic, a former Montenegrin footballer, has been the secretary general of Serbia-Montenegrin Football Association for 11 years.