Susak in 2013
|Full name||Milan Susak|
|Date of birth||29 January 1984|
|Place of birth||Fairfield, Australia|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|1996–1998||Bonnyrigg White Eagles|
|2003–2004||→ FK Veternik (loan)||20||(3)|
|2006–2007||→ ČSK Pivara (loan)||9||(0)|
|2011||→ Minangkabau (loan)||12||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 17:09, 31 March 2015 (UTC).
Susak's previous club was FK Vojvodina in the Meridian Superliga in Serbia and Montenegro, for whom he made 22 appearances having also played on loan in two lower league clubs, Veternik and ČSK Pivara.
In April 2008, he was able to go out on a high by playing the full 90 minutes of Adelaide's successful Asian Champions League campaign while not conceding a goal to allow the Reds to advance to the quarter finals of the competition.
On 27 September 2011, he signed a two-year contract with his old club Adelaide United returning to Australia after a short stint in Indonesia.
In October 2011, Holger Osieck selected Susak for the upcoming national team training camp.
In February 2012, it was announced that Chinese Super League club Tianjin Teda had signed Susak for $200,000. He made his official debut for Tianjin on 25 February, in a 2–1 CFA Super Cup defeat against Guangzhou Evergrande. On 5 December 2012, he signed a contract with Iranian champions Sepahan.
Susak is the only Australian footballer who has played in three Asian Champions League campaign's with three different clubs in different countries.
In November 2014, Susak signed for I-League giant East Bengal for one year. He said that he wanted to win trophies for the club besides the opportunity to play in the AFC Cup attracted him to join the Kolkatan outfit.
On 10 December 2015, he transferred to Yangon United FC.
|SpVgg Unterhaching||2008–09||3. Liga||34||1||1||0||—||35||1|
|Sepahan||2012–13||Iran Pro League||11||0||0||0||4||0||15||0|
|Al Wasl||2013–14||UAE Arabian Gulf League||8||0||5||0||—||13||0|
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