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Sinisa Mihajlovic



Sinisa Mihajlovic
Sinisa Mihajlovic is one of Yugoslavia's most influential players, and having started his career as a midfielder has now developed into one of the game's finest sweepers.

He began his career at Red Star Belgrade, winning the European Champion Clubs' Cup in 1991, beating Marseilles on penalties.

But his game really developed after his move to Italy, initially with Roma in 1992.

Having then spent four seasons with Sampdoria, Europe's most dangerous dead-ball specialist joined Lazio's multi-national side.

Mihajlovic helped them win the European Cup Winners´ Cup in his first season and, during this campaign, scored a wonderful free-kick against Chelsea in the Champions League at Stamford Bridge.

His international debut came against the Faroe Islands in May 1991, and with great leadership qualities combined with a fine touch and intelligence, Mihajlovic will be orchestrating much of the Yugoslavian play from the back at Euro 2000.



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