Liverpool legend retires from football

At only 33, former Liverpool player Milan Jovanovic has hung up his boots. The Serbian spent a year at Anfield after he was signed on a free transfer from Standard Liege in July 2010, before being shipped off to Anderlecht. After a stint there he has failed to find another club and now retires from football.

Jovanovic was originally a Rafa Benitez signing, but didn’t join the club until after Roy Hodgson had taken over. He played 18 times for Liverpool in a year, contributing two goals.

Goodbye Milan, you won’t be missed.

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