Vladan Milojevic Net Worth - His Successful Career As Football Player And Manager
Vladan Milojevic is a former football player of Red Star Belgrade, Apollon Smyrnis, PAS Giannina, Kalamata, Panathinaikos, Iraklis, and Akratitos.
After he retired as a professional football player, he managed several football teams in several countries and won several football cups.
With his success, Vladan Milojevic net worth is surely massive!
According to transfermarkt.com, Vladan Milojevic's net worth in 2004 was €50,000 or 5,868,350 Serbian Dinar.
However, even with his successful career, he maintains a low profile and keeps his current net worth unavailable to the public.
Vladan Milojević, an Aranelovac native, joined Red Star Belgrade's youth program in 1986 before making his senior debut with Beej.
Later, from 1990 to 1993, he played for Radniki Beograd for three seasons alongside Darko Teovi and Zdenko Muf. Along with Muf, Milojevic relocated to Greece in the summer of 1993 to join PAS Giannina.
Before returning to his native country and rejoining his parent club Red Star Belgrade in early 1996, he also played for Kalamata, once more with Muf.
After six months, Milojevic signed with Apollon Smyrnis and went back to Greece. He played for the team for one season before transferring to Panathinaikos, where he stayed for the following three seasons.
Milojevic then spent three seasons (2000–2003) at Iraklis. He spent six months at Akratitos before playing the final six months of his career with his former club Apollon Smyrnis.
For his debut as a football team manager, Milojevic worked in the youth setups at Red Star Belgrade and Iraklis. In the 2010–11 season, he led the latter's under-18 team to the national championship.
Milojevic took over as manager of Serbian SuperLiga team Javor Ivanjica in June 2011, but he left the organization three months later.
Milojevic became the manager of Čukarički, a Serbian First League team, in February 2012.
In 2013, he oversaw their promotion to the top division. Milojevic won his first prize as a manager two years later, in the 2014–15 Serbian Cup final, when Čukarički defeated Partizan 1-0. By mutual consent, he left the club in October 2015.
Milojevic was named manager of Omonia, a Cypriot club, in November 2015. He resigned from his post in May 2016.
Milojevic became the manager of Greek team Panionios in August 2016. He left the team at the conclusion of the campaign.
Milojevic took over as manager of Red Star Belgrade in June 2017. In his first year as manager, the team won the league and advanced to the next round of the UEFA Europa League.
After guiding Red Star Belgrade through three qualifying rounds and a playoff round victory over FC Red Bull Salzburg, Milojevic became the first manager to take Red Star Belgrade to the UEFA Champions League group stage in the 2018–19 campaign.
The final score was 2-2 on aggregate. When Red Star Belgrade defeated Liverpool, the eventual season-long champion, by a score of 2-0, it represented one of the biggest upsets of that UEFA Champions League season.
Following victories over Kbenhavn and Young Boys, Milojevic was once again able to advance to the UEFA Champions League group stage in the 2019–20 season. Milojevic announced his resignation as Red Star Belgrade's manager on December 19, 2019, despite the team leading the Serbian league by 11 points.
Milojevic signed a one-and-a-half-year contract with Al-Ahli of the Saudi Professional League on February 28, 2020.
Milojevic signed a two-year contract with AEK Athens of the Super League Greece on June 3, 2021.
Milojevic signed a two-year contract with Saudi Professional League team Al-Ettifaq on October 17, 2021. With the squad in the relegation zone, he was fired on March 1, 2022.
At the beginning of March 2021, the Serbian coach sent a letter to the Al-Ahli Jeddah club asking for three months' worth of wages that had not been paid on time.
At that time, he was reportedly ready to break his contract with Al-Ahli on his own if the disagreement was not solved in a few days.
Milojevic had already talked to the club, but nothing was decided.
The situation came to a head on Thursday, March 11, before Al-Saudi Ahli's Pro League game against Al-Nassr. In a meeting with the club's board, it was suggested that Milojevic's contract be ended by mutual agreement. This would mean that the coach would leave without getting his three-month salary.
Vladan Milojevic is the father of Nemanja Milojevic, a Greek-Serbian professional football player.
Vladan Milojevic is also the younger brother of Goran Milojevic, a retired football player, and the uncle of the Serbian football defender, Stefan Milojevic.
Vladan Milojevic's son, Nemanja Milojevic, has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $3 million.
Goran Milojevic's net worth is $1.5 million, while Stefan Milojevic's net worth is estimated to be $1 million to $5 million.
Vladan Milojevic had coached the following teams:
- AEK Athens
- Al Ahli
- RS Belgrade
- Ettifaq FC
Yes, Vladan Milojevic received many honors as a player, manager, and individual.
- FR Yugoslavia Cup: 1995–96 (Red Star Belgrade)
- Serbian Cup: 2014–15 (Čukarički)
- Serbian SuperLiga: 2017–18, 2018–19 (Red Star Belgrade)
- Serbian SuperLiga Manager of the Season: 2017–18, 2018–19
- Serbian Coach of the year: 2017, 2018
Vladan Milojevic inked a deal with AEK Athens, a team that competes in the Super League of Greece, on June 3, 2021.
Milojevic also had a deal with Al-Ettifaq, a team that plays in the Saudi Professional League, on October 17, 2021.
Vladan Milojevic won the Serbian Super Liga Coach of the Year award for both the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons, as well as the Serbian Coach of the Year award for both 2017 and 2018.
With a very successful career, Vladan Milojevic surely has a massive net worth that will give him a comfortable life for his retirement.