Serbian basketball player and former national team member Milica Dabović (Milica Dabović) is always the focus on and off the court. Through his actions, attitude and honest answers, he often arouses public outrage and often receives support.
Although she won the European championship with the Serbian national team in 2015, and a year later she won the silver medal at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, although she was the four-time champion of Serbia and the two-time champion of the Adriatic League. , Her controversy always stands out.
Because of the opening of the children’s basketball camp, it is still a media topic in the area. Dabović is KK Lavovi’s most deserved return to the first league a few years later, and she shows that she is still one of the best people in the region.
Milica talked about all of this on the Serbian portal, as well as other more painful topics such as the national team, Marina Maljković and childhood hardships. Meridian movement.
“The story of the basketball training camp is an amazing idea. This year, my hands and leeway were handed to me by Aleksandar Njegovan. He runs the training camp and provides amazing conditions that I have never seen in any training camp. The situation that the children will encounter in Varjewo this summer, I went to see what it looks like and was very happy, there are many things here, from sauna to swimming pool, gym, everything is necessary there. I hope people and parents can understand that this is the right choice for children,” Dubovic said.
However, sports, especially women’s sports, have brought many unpleasant and painful situations. Dabovic himself admitted that he had an unethical offer, and was expelled from the club after rejecting her.
“I have encountered various situations, not only the experience of the president, but also the experience of directors and coaches… This is a failure for me, because I know that I have not given any reason to explain this situation. They thought I was beautiful and handsome, so they thought they might easily drag him to the bed, but that didn’t happen. So because I didn’t give in, I broke up and left the club,” Milika said:
“That was a difficult situation. At the time I scored 30 points per game in Besiktas. I was playing my season of life. Various people bet on how many three-pointers I would give in a game… But unfortunately I was going to take a photo from a men’s magazine. A year later, this time Turkey blossomed everywhere. This is the main reason why he kicked me out of the team no matter how important I was to the team.