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|Full name||Milan Blagojević|
|Date of birth||24 December 1969|
|Place of birth||Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Bonnyrigg White Eagles|
|1986–1989||Avala Sports Club|
|2005||Bonnyrigg White Eagles|
|2006||Blacktown City Demons|
|2007||Blacktown City Demons (Assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 24 May 2007.
† Appearances (Goals).
Milan is of Serbian descent and always aspired to be a professional footballer. He attended Cabramatta High School in the eighties before becoming a professional after stints with Serbian-Australian club Avala now known as Bonnyrigg White Eagles.
During a long and distinguished professional career, Blagojevic made 31 appearances (19 in official FIFA matches) for the Socceroos, 255 National Soccer League appearances as well as playing overseas for Germinal Ekeren (Belgium), SC Heerenveen (Netherlands), Johor FC (Malaysia) and Singapore's Geylang United.
After retiring from playing, Blagojevic moved into coaching at Bonnyrigg White Eagles before taking up a position with the Blacktown City Demons for the 2005–2006 New South Wales Premier League season.
Blagojevic is currently the manager at Sydney Olympic Football Club, after taking over from Manny Spanoudakis, who was appointed as the club's technical director. During the 2008 season Blagojevic lead Sydney Olympic to success in the Johnny Warren Cup and lead them to the final of the Tiger Turf Cup.