As the first historic Dynamo scorer in the Champions League group and the second most trophy-winning player in the club’s history, Mikic is a new member of the Croatian football championship professional team.
Micic will become one of Damir Keznar’s assistant coaches in the new season.
“I am very happy to come to Dynamo again. I think it has been 12 and a half years. I am very happy because I almost returned home and because I had the opportunity to work in my club,” Mickic said after signing the contract. .
He played for Dynamo twice, from 1998 to 2004, and then from spring 2007 to December 2008.
He recorded 283 official appearances with 37 goals. He has played 48 times in European competitions, and he is tied with Edin Mujčin for the fourth-ranked European competition in club history. Above them are record holders Arijan Ademi (84 games), Samir (76 games) and Milan Badelli (52 games).
Interestingly, he was the first goal scorer for Dynamo in the Champions League group stage. In November 1998, he was surprised to see Porto in the 4th round at home in a 3-1 victory over Porto. He ranked second in the club standings with 16 trophies. Only 19-year-old Arian Admi won more than him. many.
“I have experienced everything in Dynamo, including the best moments and difficult moments, so I have experience in all fields. I hope our careers will be as successful as then. I look forward to working with Damir and others People work with staff. Furrier has experience, we all know what kind of tactician and analyst he is, no matter what part of the work he does for me, I will do my best”, Mikić added, he is Krznar The team’s teammates are six and a half seasons.
During his career, he has also played for Inter Milan Sapresic, Rijeka, Kaiserslautern, Sanfrecce Hiroshima and Shonan Bermel.
Before coming to Dynamo, he was a member of the professional team of Croatian youth U-21 national team coach Igor Bišćan.