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Danny Milosevic

Position Goalkeeper
Born 26 Jun 1978, Carlton (Australia)
Height 190 cm
Weight 94 kg
International Caps none

Club From To Apps Goals Sold for
Perth Glory   15 Jan 2000     £100000
Leeds United 15 Jan 2000 30 Sep 2003 0 0  
Plymouth Argyle 05 Nov 2002       on loan
Crewe Alexandra 20 Jan 2003       on loan
Glasgow Celtic 30 Jan 2004        

Leeds Career League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other Season Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
2000 - 2001 0  0  0  0  0 
2001 - 2002 0  0  0  0  0 
Total 0  0  0  0  0 

Jabba's Comments

Australian keeper who has yet to make his debut for the club, although he's been on the bench on several occasions.

He was briefly loaned to Wolves in December 2001 to provide them with cover for injuries - but picked up an injury himself in a training session and returned to Leeds. A further loan spell at Plymouth was similarly aborted, and when he went for yet another loan to Crewe he broke a bone in his first match for the club.

A further loan spell to Crewe was set up in summer 2003, but when it was thought likely that Nigel Martyn would leave the club the loan didn't go through. In the end, Martyn went to Everton but Danny still found himself to be third choice behind Robinson and the improving Scott Carson. Danny was released from his contract with Leeds at the end of September 2003.

David says: i think that Milosevic has to be goalkeeper more because i haven't seen him be goalkeeper for leeds yet.

Troy Greenwood says: I played junior soccer on the Gold Coast for the Broadbeach United Dolphins. From the age of 12 years I played representative soccer with Danny's brother Sasha. Danny, like the Greenwood boys were at all the games. At this time Danny was a plump little boy, but definately grew to have the stature of an international goalkeeper. Every time Leeds are playing I'll always check to see if Danny is in the eleven. Only a matter of time. If this mail gets to him, let him know were wishing him the best.

Sarah says: Hey ya Danny I don't know you yet but I'm Irish and us Irish love everyone so good luck I have a lot of faith in you,hope you make a big name for yourself and hopefully you can make it quick before Leeds face religation trouble come on Danny show us what you can do! SarahxXx

Steve says: I used to work at the Perth Glory games when Danny was keeper there. He's big, strong, agile and aggressive (got red carded in one game for having a go at a dirty little b*gger on some eastern states no-name team ... mind you he ran about 20 - 30 metres to give this guy a shove) If he stays injury free (he never had any problems in Perth with injuries) he should be a great keeper. Go you good thing Danny!

Vanessa says: I knew Danny in Perth. Lovely guy - I wish him well in England and hope to see him playing one day.

Uwe Jenssen says: Hi! I know him from Germany. He played with Hayden Foxe for Arminia Bielefeld. I was in the second team. Danny was in the first team but only one year, then he changed the club cause he didn't play... He is a great goalkeeper and I hope he'll be the nr.1 in Leeds!!! I wish you all the best.

darnell says: he is my favourite goal keeper he should stay at leeds because i would like to see him the premiereship

Wes says: I knew Danny from Perth. my next door neighboor. Used to go play with with in the park. a great guy but sometimes idiotic.



 

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