Milorad Mitrovic (born 31 January 1949) is a Serbian professional football coach and a player. Mitrovic started his club playing career in his hometown FK Šumadija Aranđelovac, where he played through youth categories to senior team, competing in the Yugoslav Second League. His soccer reputation, however, was established as an accomplished coach with over 35 years of coaching experience in different European teams.
1967–1971 University of Belgrade, B.A. in Physical education in Belgrade in Serbia
1970 - 1971 Two Years specialization – Football Department under directorship of Professor Vojin Rainović. Diploma granted
1983–1985 Diploma of seminar participation organized by Turkish Football Associtation under directorship of Director of Keln Football School, Mr. Gero Bisanz and Coach of West Germany Football Associtation, Mr. Jupp Derwall.
1971–1978 Specialization Theoretical and Practical specialization in prestigious clubs in Serbia, Croatia, the Netherlands and Espania
FC Red Star - Belgrad (Serbia)
FC Partizan - Belgrad (Serbia)
FC Dinamo - Zagreb (Croatia)
FC Hajduk - Split (Croatia)
FC Feyenoord - Rotterdam (Netherlands)
FC Ajax - Amsterdam (Netherlands)
FC Real Madrid - Madrid (Spain)
2008 - 2009 UEFA " Pro" licence coach FA Serbia
Professional Coaching Career and Working Experience