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Nenad Milijas is an exciting midfield player who signed for Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer of 2009. He is a creative central midfielder who is capable of scoring spectacular goals with his long-range shooting, as well as being a set-piece specialist. He has scored several fine goals during his time at Molineux, most notably his strike from 30 yards against Bolton which won the club?s Goal of the Season award for 2009-10. Nenad was a regular in the line-up between October and April in 2010-11, featuring in over half the club?s Premier League games. He started his career playing for FK Zemun in his native Serbia, then moving to Red Star Belgrade where he achieved considerable success prior to his move to Wolves. Nenad won his first cap for Serbia in November 2008 and was a member of the squad for the 2010 World Cup finals.
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