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Profile of the Serbian footballer Milos Ninkovic, who currently plays as a midfielder at Sydney FC. The 31-year old player Ninkovic joined Sydney from and wears the number 10 shirt.

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Milos Ninkovic : Sydney FC News
“When Sydney FC drew what many believed to be the toughest group in the started to put some pressure on the Urawa defence. Midfielder Milos Dimitrijevic was at the heart of the Sydney fightback.”
 The Australian 9 days ago
“Sydney FC were reduced to playing long-ball football and coach Graham Arnold felt the surface was so poor he couldn't start Serbian midfielder Milos Ninkovic due to the risk of aggravating a minor injury.”
 Brisbane Times 9 days ago
“They were playing to top their Asian Champions League group with a match to spare, but Sydney FC could not quite get the job done in wet conditions over the last few days.”
 ABC Online 9 days ago
“NOT content to simply progress in their Asian Champions League campaign, Sydney FC remain top of their group after a hard fought 0-0 draw against Urawa Red Diamonds at Allianz Stadium.”
 Perth Now Sunday Times 9 days ago
“Sydney FC 0-0 Urawa Red Diamonds at Allianz Stadium Home side was They just couldn’t find a large enough opening, and Arnold finally introduced benched playmaker Milos Ninkovic for added spark.”
 The Guardian 9 days ago
“Finish top and they’ll likely avoid FC Seoul, and could instead play Chinese and Arnold finally introduced benched playmaker Milos Ninkovic for added spark.”
 The Roar 10 days ago
“Sydney FC remain on top of Group H in the AFC Champions League (ACL Sydney settled into the contest and went close to snatching an unexpected lead on the half-hour mark through Milos Dimitrijevic.”
 uk.sports.yahoo.com 10 days ago
“Sydney overcome Pohang to secure third consecutive ACL win Sydney FC are on the verge of the AFC Asian Champions League last 16 for the first time, after a Milos Ninkovic second-half strike secured a scrappy 1-0 victory over Pohang Steelers at the Sydney”
 SBS The World Game 10 days ago
“SYDNEY FC have retained top spot in their Asian Champions League group after a goalless draw with Urawa Red Diamonds at Allianz Stadium. Sydney sit on ten points at the top of group H while Urawa secured their progression to the knockout stages with the draw.”
 Adelaide Now 10 days ago
“Sydney FC were reduced to playing long-ball football and coach Graham Arnold felt the surface was so poor he couldn't start Serbian midfielder Milos Ninkovic due to the risk of aggravating a minor injury.”
 Sydney Morning Herald 10 days ago
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Goalkeepers
Anthony Bouzanis Ivan Necevski
Vedran Janjetovic
Defenders
Aaron Calver Rhyan Grant
Riley Woodcock Matthew Jurman
Jacob Tratt Zac Anderson
Sebastian Ryall Jacques Faty
Midfielders
Filip Holosko Robert Stambolziev
Christopher Naumoff David Carney
Alex Brosque Milos Ninkovic
Andrew Hoole Alex Mullen
Brandon O'Neill Ali Abbas
Milos Dimitrijevic Mickael Tavares
George Blackwood
Forwards
Shane Smeltz Matt Simon