| Kushtrim Mushica|
KF Bylis Ballsh
KF Ramiz Sadiku
| (1985-05-01) 1 May 1985 (age 30)|
Pristina, SFR Yugoslavia
Kushtrim Mushica Wikipedia
Kushtrim Mushica (Serbian language: Kuštrim Mušica}}) (born 1 May 1985) is a Kosovar professional footballer.
Mushica was born in Pristina, SR Serbia, in modern-day Kosovo, which was part of Yugoslavia at the time, he began playing football in 1991 with local side KF Ramiz Sadiku at the age of 6. He remained at the club until the Kosovo War led him to move away to Turkey at the age of 14 to live with relatives for three months while his father and older brother remained in Prishtinë. He returned to his hometown once his father deemed Prishtinë to be reasonably safe, and soon after the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia came that ultimately ended the war. Following the end of the war, he joined FC Prishtina, the club he had supported as a child, and he was eventually promoted to the first team in 2002 at the age of just 17.
He joined newly promoted Albanian Superliga side Bylis Ballsh on 21 August 2015 as a free agent.