Milos Stojanovic

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18
Nationality
srb Serbia
Position
Defender
Height
183
Current Team
Competitions
Toyota Thai Premier League
Birthday
1984-12-25

Toyota Thai Premier League

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2017Samutprakan City2700

Miloš Stojanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Mилoш Cтojaнoвић; born 25 December 1984,also known as Popeye) is a Serbian footballer who plays for Thai Leagues T1 side, Pattaya United.

After having played in clubs such as FK Jezava, FK Radnik Bijeljina and FK Slavija Sarajevo, he managed to achieve promotion to Serbian SuperLiga in his first season with ambitious FK Jagodina in 2008. In that season he managed to play 14 matches in the top league, but failed to score, deciding at the end of the season to move to FK Novi Pazar, thus returning to second league. After all, the decision came out to be the right one, because he ended up being an important player and one of the best scorers of the team with 9 goals in 33 matches. It was then, in summer 2010, that he decided to move abroad and signed with Slovak Superliga club FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce.

In 2011, he returned to Jagodina, where he had instant success, finishing fourth, Jagodina had managed to secure their first European competition, having played in the 1. qualification round for the Europa League. In 2013, he became the best scorer of the Serbian Super League, and led his team to glory, as Jagodina won the Serbian Cup.

On 12 June 2013, Stojanović signed by Chinese Super League side Wuhan Zall on an 18-month deal. He was transferred to Gyeongnam FC on 2014, and scored his first goal against Chunnam Dragons on March 22.