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Full name  Milan Perendija
Name  Milan Perendija
Career start  2005
Years  Team
Weight  88 kg
Number  40
Height  1.90 m
Role  Football player

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Date of birth  (1986-01-05) 5 January 1986 (age 29)
Place of birth  Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia
Current team  FC Mordovia Saransk (#40 / Defender)

Playing position  Central defender

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Milan Perendija (Serbian Cyrillic: Милан Перендија; born 5 January 1986) is a Serbian professional footballer who plays as a defender.


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Club career

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Perendija progressed through the youth ranks of Partizan, before spending time out on loan at Teleoptik (2004–2006), Voždovac (2006), and Vardar (2007). He helped the Macedonian club win the national cup in the 2006–07 season. Afterwards, Perendija spent one more year with Vardar, before switching to crosstown rivals Rabotnički. He helped them win the 2008–09 Macedonian Cup.

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In the summer of 2009, Perendija was transferred to Romanian side Oțelul Galați. He helped the club win the championship in the 2010–11 season for the first time in their history. In the 2013 winter transfer window, Perendija moved to Russia and signed with Mordovia Saransk.

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In early 2017, after spending 10 years abroad, Perendija returned to his homeland and signed for Radnički Niš until the end of the 2016–17 season. He was released by the club after just three months.

International career

Perendija represented Serbia and Montenegro at the 2005 UEFA European Under-19 Championship.


  • Macedonian Cup: 2006–07
  • Rabotnički
  • Macedonian Cup: 2008–09
  • Oțelul Galați
  • Liga I: 2010–11
  • Supercupa României: 2011
  • Mordovia Saransk
  • Russian Football National League: 2013–14
  • References

    Milan Perendija Wikipedia