Radmilo Mihajlović

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Radmilo Mihajlović
birthday November 19, 1964
place of birth FočaSFR Yugoslavia
size 181 cm
position Storm
Years station
0000-1983 FK Sutjeska Foča
Years station Games (goals) 1
1983-1988 FK Željezničar Sarajevo 110 (58)
1988-1989 Dinamo Zagreb 26 0(9)
1989-1990 FC Bayern Munich 34 0(4)
1991-1993 FC Schalke 04 58 (12)
1993-1994 Eintracht Frankfurt 10 0(0)
1997 Pohang Steelers 3 0(0)
1997-1998 APOP Paphos ? 0(?)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1986-1989 Yugoslavia 6 0(1)
1 Only league games are given.

Radmilo Mihajlović (born November 19, 1964 in Foča ) is a former Yugoslav football player with citizenship of Bosnia-Herzegovina, who played for several years in the Bundesliga for FC Bayern Munich , FC Schalke 04 and Eintracht Frankfurt .



Born from the youth of FK Sutjeska Foča , a club based in his birthplace in what is now Bosnia and Herzegovina , Mihajlović received a licensed player contract with FK Željezničar Sarajevo in 1983 , played here until 1988 in the Prva Liga , the highest Yugoslav league, and scored 110 league games with 58 goals a considerable rate. In the 1986/87 season he was top scorer with 23 goals . For the 1988/89 season he moved within the league to Dinamo Zagreb , which he left after a season in the direction of Munich.

On July 29, 1989 (1st matchday) Mihajlović made his debut for Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga and scored his first goal with the 3-2 winning goal in the 89th minute over 1. FC Nürnberg . With four goals in 25 games, he helped defend his club's title at the end of his first season . Before his second season, in which he was only used nine times, he won the DFB Supercup on July 31, 1990 in Karlsruhe with a 4-1 victory over 1. FC Kaiserslautern . He also played six times in the European Cup and scored five goals. On 18 October 1989 he succeeded in the second round -Hinspiel the 3: 1 win at home to Nëntori Tirana a Doppeltorerfolg and on 3 October 1990 in the first round -Rückspiel in Munich, the 4: 0 win over APOEL Nicosia even a Dreifachtorerfolg.

In the winter break of 1990/91 he moved to the second division club FC Schalke 04, for whom he contributed three goals to promotion to the Bundesliga in twelve games. In the following two seasons he made 46 league appearances and scored nine goals.

For the 1993/94 season he moved to league rivals Eintracht Frankfurt , played ten games between October 9, 1993 (11th matchday) and April 9, 1994 (30th matchday), but only one over 90 minutes. He was also used in the quarter-final first leg of the UEFA Cup competition, in the 0-1 defeat on March 3, 1994 in Vienna against Austria Salzburg .

In 1997 he returned to the football field and played a short time for the South Korean first division club Pohang Steelers before ending his career at APOP Paphos in Cyprus .

National team

Mihajlović played six times between 1986 and 1989 for the senior national team and scored one goal. He made his debut on October 29, 1986 in Split in a 4-0 victory over the national team of Turkey , scored his only international goal on August 24, 1988 in Lucerne in a 2-0 victory over the Swiss national team and last played on December 13, 1989 in London in their 2-1 defeat by England .

Mihajlović was later banned from FIFA worldwide for breach of contract.


Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Radmilo Mihajlovic - player profile. Retrieved February 24, 2020 .
  2. Radmilo Mihajlović on Eintracht-archiv.de