Ljubo supports “so-called ethnic teams” in B-League
Since signing a short-term contract, Milicevic has figured prominently in the on-field revitalisation of Newcastle Jets, last season's worst-performing A-League side.
Ljubo moved to the club in the off-season, lured by the prospect of first team Asian Champions League football, a platform which has since enabled the key defender to once again shine after injury and personal issues saw Ljubo enjoy time-off from the game.
Adored by fans and media alike, Ljubo's outspoken nature has provoked reactions from the football community and the general public.
‘No dull moments’ seems to be the policy when giving interviews, as Ljubo is evidently enjoying his good relations with certain sections of the media.
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