Milosevič - the lowdown
Danny Milosevič was born in Carlton, Australia on June 26 1978.
He moved to Leeds from Perth Glory (his first club) in January 2000, when David O'Leary spent 100,000 on the youngster. Since his move to Yorkshire, he has always played second fiddle to Nigel Martyn and now Paul Robinson.
Milosevič was a regular in the Australia under-23 side, and even represented his country in the Sydney 2000 Olympic games.
As he found first team football hard to come by at Elland Road, he was loaned out to Wolves in 2001, and also to Plymouth Argyle earlier this season. He picked up an injury against this Saturdays opponents Oldham Athletic when on loan to the Pilgrims, so his stay in Devon was short lived.
He is a reserve regular for United, and the 6'1 stopper is seen as the next Ozzie international keeper.
Lets hope he's as good as the last keeper from Down Under we had!