Milan Borjan

1987 - Today

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Milan Borjan (Serbian Cyrillic: Милан Борјан, pronounced [mǐlan bǒrjan]; born 23 October 1987) is a Canadian professional soccer player who plays for and captains Red Star Belgrade. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Milan Borjan has received more than 416,643 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 16 in 2019). Milan Borjan is the 8,792nd most popular soccer player (down from 8,221st in 2019), the 397th most popular biography from Croatia (down from 317th in 2019) and the 127th most popular Croatian Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Milan Borjan ranks 8,792 out of 16,923Before him are Réver, Cesare Bovo, Asier Riesgo, Ante Ćorić, Oleg Shatov, and Célia Šašić. After him are Georges-Kévin Nkoudou, Danny da Costa, Mladen Rudonja, Salvador Carmona, Alfred N'Diaye, and Yuzo Kurihara.

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Among people born in 1987, Milan Borjan ranks 541Before him are Xabier Etxeita, Nenad Tomović, Yōsuke Kashiwagi, Chico, Wallace de Souza, and Hugo Ayala. After him are Ileana D'Cruz, Verónica Boquete, Skylar Astin, Marc Valiente, Abbey Lee Kershaw, and Dotter.

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In Croatia

Among people born in Croatia, Milan Borjan ranks 397 out of 518Before him are Petar Krpan (1974), Nikola Vlašić (1997), Nina Kraljić (1992), Dejan Jakovic (1985), Jadranka Đokić (1981), and Ante Ćorić (1997). After him are Hrvoje Vejić (1977), Milan Mačvan (1989), Leon Benko (1983), Srđan Lakić (1983), Daniel Šarić (1972), and Ivan Vargić (1987).


Among soccer players born in Croatia, Milan Borjan ranks 127Before him are Saša Drakulić (1972), Nikola Pokrivač (1985), Petar Krpan (1974), Nikola Vlašić (1997), Dejan Jakovic (1985), and Ante Ćorić (1997). After him are Hrvoje Vejić (1977), Leon Benko (1983), Srđan Lakić (1983), Daniel Šarić (1972), Ivan Vargić (1987), and Dino Drpić (1981).

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