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Milovan Mirosevic

Milovan Petar Mirosevic Albornoz is a Chilean footballer, of Croatian origin who plays at a midfield position for Universidad Catolica in Chile. He has participated in the national team in U-17, U-20, U-23 and adult level.

Mirosevic started his football career at Universidad Catolica, one of the 3 big teams in Chile. He was the star player in the team that won the Apertura tournament in 2002 under the coach Juvenal Olmos, who went on to manage the Chile National team. After the great 2002 season he was transferred to Racing Club in Argentina were he had some very good and consistent seasons, as well as other inconsistent ones. He was transferred to Beitar Jerusalem FC for the 2006/2007 season.

His footballing style is characterized by great pace, vision and team work. He has a good shot, both from distance and from free kicks. He is considered an idol by the Universidad Catolica fans, who hoped we would someday return to the club that saw him become the footballer he is today when he was outside of the country. Mirosevic is known as being an intelligent person with academic talent and interest. He prefers to study (especially language courses) instead of just wasting his spare time. He comes from a well off family in Chile, where he attended Saint Gabriel's School

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