Milko Ǵurovski

Milko ǴUrovski

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Milko Ǵurovski or Milko Djurovski and Milko Đurovski ( (born 26 February 1963 in Tetovo, SFR Yugoslavia, now the Republic of Macedonia) is a former Yugoslav and Macedonian footballer and current head coach of FK Vardar.

He became popular in Yugoslavia playing for Red Star Belgrade for eight years, alongside his brother Boško Djurovski. During that time he collected his first international caps for Yugoslavia. In 1984, he was a member of the bronze medal winning Olympic team.

In summer 1986, he became a star of the transfer season, after leaving Red Star for their hated city rivals, FK Partizan. While Partizan fans embraced him with joy, Red Star fans considered him a traitor. Playing for Partizan, he was remembered for his goals against FC Groningen and Celtic FC in European competitions. Later he played for the likes of FC Groningen, Cambuur and Nîmes Olympique. With Red Star he won 2 Yugoslav Championships (1981, 1984) and 2 Yugoslav Cups (1982, 1985). With Partizan he won Yugoslav Championship (1987), Yugoslav Cup (1989) and Yugoslav Supercup (1989).After ending his playing career, he moved to Slovenia where his wife Andrea is from.

He started his management career as a coach of youth selections at Železničar. He was well known for his ability in passing on the tactical knowledge to youngsters. He established himself as one of the best youth coaches in Slovenia, as he won all the national youth championships of youngsters born in 1984, before leaving the club. During...
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