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Sinisa Mihajlovic

Sinisa Mihajlovic
 
Complete Name: Siniša Mihajlovic
Nationality: Serbian
Place of Birth: Vukovar, Croatia
Date of Birth: February 20, 1969
Height: 185 cm
Weight: 78 kg
National Team: Croatia
Current Club: Retired
Position: Defender
 

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Club career history

Vojvodina Novi Sad (Yugoslavia), Etoile Rouge Belgrade (Yugoslavia), AS Roma (Italy), Sampdoria (Italy), SS Lazio (Italy), Inter Milan (Italy)
 

Honours

1991 Intercontinental Cup winner (Etoile Rouge Belgrade)
1999 European SuperCup winner (Lazio Rome)
1991 Champions League winner (Etoile Rouge Belgrade)
1999 Cup Winners Cup winner (Lazio Rome)
1998 Italian SuperCup winner (Lazio Rome)
1989 Champion of Serbia-Montenegro (Vojvodina Novi Sad)
1991 Champion of Serbia-Montenegro (Etoile Rouge Belgrade)
1992 Champion of Serbia-Montenegro (Etoile Rouge Belgrade)
2000 Serie A Champions (Lazio Rome)
2000 Italian Cup winner (Lazio Rome)
2005 Italian Cup winner (Inter Milan)
1991 Finaliste of la FA Cup of Serbia-Montenegro (Etoile Rouge Belgrade)
 

Biography

Siniša Mihajlovic (born February 20, 1969 in Borovo, Yugoslavia - now part of Croatia) is a Serbian football player. He is a deadly free kick taker, and has scored numerous goals from his defender position which earned him the nickname Bomber from Borovo. His style of free-kicks differ from those of other prominent set-piece specialists in that he dips the ball into goal.

On the club level, Mihajlovic has played for Vojvodina Novi Sad (1988-91), Crvena Zvezda (1990-92), Roma (1992-94), Sampdoria (1994-98), Lazio (1998-2004). In the summer 2004 he was released from Lazio and joined his friend Roberto Mancini at Inter Milan on a free transfer.

Mihajlovic has compiled 63 caps and scored 10 goals for the Serbia and Montenegro national team, the first 62 caps coming for when the country was called Yugoslavia. He played in the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000. He has since retired from international football.

Mihalovic has had controversial links with former Yugoslavian militant elements, and his racism has been reported on a multitude of occassions. He received one ban after racially abusing the then Arsenal footballer Patrick Vieira.
 

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