Igor Milanovic is considered one of the best players of all time, if not the best of the 20th century. Milanovic won two Olympic golds with Yugoslavia (1984, 1988), two World Championships (1986 and 1991) and many more titles on both the international and club stages.
He is one of the few people to have won the Champions League (earlier the European Cup) both as player and coach. He did it with four different clubs – playing for Mladost Zagreb (1990 and 1991) and Catalunya (1995), and as a head coach of Partizan (2011) and Pro Recco (2015).
GOALKEEPER - Slobodan Soro (SRB)
CENTER BACK - Aleksandar Ivovic (MNE) | Cpt.
CENTER FORWARD - Dusko Pijetlovic (SRB)
LEFT SIDE - Tamas Kasas (HUN)
LEFT SIDE - Andrija Prlainovic (SRB)
RIGHT SIDE - Veljko Uskokovic (MNE)
RIGHT SIDE - Filip Filipovic (SRB)
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