Nisha Rathode (Editor)

Mirko Poledica

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
1996-2000  Borac Cacak
Playing position  Left defender
Name  Mirko Poledica

1988-1996  Borac Cacak
Role  Footballer
Years  Team
Height  1.90 m
Mirko Poledica Ma kakav Mesi Dai i Krkobabi su zakon Sport

Date of birth  (1978-09-11) 11 September 1978 (age 37)

Place of birth  Cacak, SFR Yugoslavia

Mirko poledica za sport klub

Mirko Poledica (Serbian Cyrillic: Мирко Поледица, born 11 September 1978) is a retired Serbian professional footballer and the current President of the Sindicate of Professional Footballers in Serbia.


Mirko Poledica Mirko Poledica

Mirko poledica spfn gostovanje na sos u 03 03 2014


Mirko Poledica Mirko Poledica posle OFK Beograd Spartak Za vanredno

Born in Čačak, as a child he loved sports, and started playing football in his hometown club Borac Čačak when he was 10 years. He passed by all the youth squads and had excellent coaches like Milovan Ćirković, Mića Kovačević and Mihailo Kolarević. The last one, took him to the senior squad, making him debut against the giant Red Star. The list of his co-players that were in the youth teams of Borac was one of the best in the club's history, and includes names like Milivoje Vitakić, Ivica Dragutinović, Branko Jelić, Neško Milovanović among others. After four seasons in the senior team, he moves to one of the greatest Serbian clubs, FK Vojvodina where, in the 2001-02 season, is choused by the First League managers to the ideal 11 of the league and is crowned as the best assistant. In that season he also receives a call to the Serbia national team in a friendly match against Mexico, but did not get to play. The second half of the 2002-03 season, played, on loan, at the Polish club Lech Poznań. His great exhibitions did not passed unnoteced and many clubs disputed over him, winning at the end, the Czech champions Sparta Prague. He played one season there helping the team to reach the last 16 in the Champions League and winning the national Cup. Next, he returns to polish football, this time to play in the capitals Legia Warsaw. The first season there he finishes only third in the league, but in the second year his team wins the championship in a spectacular nack-a-nack finish with Wisla. Because of some financial issues he leaves the club and returns to Serbia after five years abrod signing with FK Smederevo where had played all the clubs matches until the end of the season. In summer 2007 signs with another Serbian Superliga club FK Čukarički, and, since January 2008, plays back in his hometown club Borac Čačak. In summer 2009 he moved to the Serbian First League club FK Mladost Lučani where he played his last season before retiring.

Mirko Poledica img90minutplpixplayerspoledicamirkojpg

On 12 March 2009, he was elected as President of the Sindicate of Professional Footballers in Serbia. and has been dedicating himself to defend the rights of all footballers throughout Serbia.


Mirko Poledica ycie po yciu Mirko Poledicy
  • Vojvodina
  • 1 time part of the best squad of the season: 2001-02
  • Sparta Praha
  • 1 time Czech Cup winner: 2004
  • Legia Warsaw
  • 1 time Polish First League Champion: 2005-06
  • References

    Mirko Poledica Wikipedia

    Similar Topics
    Killer Bash
    Fabrício Baiano
    Kazumasa Oda