Milan Ivanovic back as State League coach

Coach of the Year signs for season 2018

Football Federation South Australia’s current ‘State League 2 Coach of the Year’ is back at Adelaide University.

A former Socceroo, Ivanović coached The Blacks to a mid-table finish in its inaugural PS4 National Premier Leagues season.  Adelaide University finished in the highest league position of any of the debutant teams in South Australia’s third tier league.

AUSC will also head into season 2018 with the momentum of a five-match winning streak that extends back to August.

Training starts

Tuesday December 5 @ 6:30pm

The club will be running an introduction session immediately followed by a trial Tuesday December 5.  Registration from 6pm for a 6:30pm start at the Graduates Clubhouse, McKinnon Parade, North Adelaide.

All existing University players, previous triallists and other interested players are welcome.

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Milan: In Focus

Some of Milan’s career highlights include winning multiple championships with Red Star Belgrade and Adelaide City. He has the distinction of having been one of the greatest ever Socceroos.

Milan played at the highest levels of competition in Europe, in the competition that became the UEFA Champions League today.

He is also a Football Federation Australia Hall of Fame inductee and has coached at both local federation and amateur levels including Croydon Kings, West Torrens Birkalla, Enfield City and White City.

Club career

  • 1978-1982: Red Star Belgrade
  • 1982-1985: OFK Belgrade
  • 1985-1989: Red Star Belgrade
  • 1987-1988: Radnicki (on loan)
  • 1989-2000: Adelaide City

International career

  • 1991-1998: Australia (59 matches)

Key playing achievements

  • Red Star Belgrade: Yugoslav championship 1979-1980, 1980-1981, Yugoslav Cup 1982
  • Adelaide City: National Soccer League 1991-1992, 1993-1994, NSL Cup 1989, 1991-1992
  • Australia: OFC Nations Cup 1996

Picture: Matt Loxton, The Advertiser

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