Susak joins Brisbane Roar

Brisbane Roar coach Ange Postecoglou has consolidated his defensive plan for the upcoming Hyundai A-League season following the announcement of a two year contract for versatile defender Milan Susak.

Brisbane Roar coach Ange Postecoglou has consolidated his defensive plan for the upcoming Hyundai A-League season following the announcement of a two year contract for versatile defender Milan Susak.

The Sydney-born Susak returns to Australia after finishing two successful seasons playing in the German third division with SpVgg Unterhaching.

The defender joins Brisbane with a strong European football education having also spent five years playing in the Serbian leagues.

A former Adelaide United player, Susak has also tasted action in the Hyundai A-League and the Asian Champions League.

Able to play anywhere across the backline, Susak-s signing provides even more defensive options for Postecoglou.

“Susak give us some great options ... and if you look at the season, there are lot more games and we-re going to need a strong squad,” Postecoglou said.

“I think he-ll be fighting for a first XI spot but also giving us a lot of depth in the right areas.

“I think he-s the kind of guy who has a real desire to succeed and who-ll do well in the Hyundai A-League.”

And with just two months until the opening match against Gold Coast United, Susak-s name won-t be the last signature added to the squad-s 2010/11 roster.

With an eye on the overseas transfer market, Postecoglou is determined to add another striker to the squad-s attack.

“We have one visa spot left and that-s where we are concentrating,” Postecoglou said.

“We have a few options but I-m not going to rush into that one, I want to get it right.

“We need depth all over the park ... with such a condensed calendar and injuries and fatigue, I want us to have a strong squad.”

Milan Susak

Date of Birth: January 29, 1984 Place of Birth: Fairfield, Sydney Height: 1.83m Position: Centre Back Junior Clubs: Sydney Olympic Career: 2002 - 07 FK Vojvodina
03 - 04 FK Veternik (loan)
06 - 07 FK CSK Pivara (loan)
07 - 08 Adelaide United
08 - 10 SpVgg Unterhaching

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