Sinisa Mihajlovic is a legend in Serie A and the Yugoslavia national team. During his football career, the charismatic Serbian defender represented, with a powerful left-footed kick, the colors of m.in. Rome, Sampdoria, Genoa, Lazio Roma and Inter Milan.
He twice became the champion of Italy, won the Italian Cup four times, and also won the European Cup (with Crvena Zvezda Belgrade) and the Cup Winners’ Cup (with Lazio). He played 63 matches for the Yugoslav national team, scoring 10 goals.
After the end of his football career, Mihajlović took up residence in Italy, where he remained Coach. He coached Bologna, Catania, Fiorentina, Sampdoria, Milan, Turin and Bologna respectively. In addition, he had rings in the national team Serbia and Sporting Lisbon.
Sinisa Mihailović is dead. The Serie A legend was 53 years old
For three and a half years, Mihailović has been on an uneven road fight Suffering from leukemia, she was diagnosed with it for the first time in the summer of 2019. Despite this, he continued to serve as coach of Bologna even when he had to manage the team from the hospital.
After a bone marrow transplant, the Serb’s health began to improve. A year later, in the summer of 2020, Mihajlović declared himself free of the disease. Unfortunately, in March 2022, the leukemia returned, but Mihajlović continued to coach Bologna until September, when he parted ways with the club due to poor league results. In recent days, his health deteriorated and he was hospitalized.
Sinisa Mihailović died on Friday, December 16, in hospital after many years Fight He was 53 years old with leukemia.
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