Football coach Sinisa Mihajlovic dies at 53 after battle with leukaemia


Football coach Sinisa Mihajlovic dies at 53 after battle with?leukaemia

Football coach and former footballer, Sinisa Mihajlovic has died at the age of 53.


The ex-Yugoslavia defender, who announced in 2019 that he had been diagnosed with leukaemia, played for Roma, Sampdoria, Lazio, and Inter in Italy. He also managed a host of teams, including AC Milan.


His family said on Friday December 16, that he had died.


A statement from his family read: “Wife Ariadne, with children Viktorija, Virginia, Miroslav, Dusan and Nikolas, granddaughter Violante, mother Vikyorija and brother Drazen in grief communicate the unjust and untimely death of their exemplary husband, father, son and brother, Sinisa Mihajlovic.


“A unique professional and an extraordinary man, helpful and good to everyone. He fought bravely against a horrible disease.


“We thank the doctors and nurses who followed him over the years with love and respect… Sinisa will always remain with us. I live with all the love he gave us.”


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Source: Linda Ikeji