Milos Degenek


  • matches played 177
  • goals 6
  • assists 6
  • Last appearance (days ago) 7

Milos Degenek is NaN years younger than than his team's average age, as he was born on 28.04.1994. Milos Degenek was used in 56 of the matches in the present term. He is two-footed just as 9% of Australia. He is currently 17th in Int. Friendly Games with his team Australia. Standing 1.87 meter high, Milos Degenek is larger, when looking at the average height in his team. Further, he also operates for AL Hilal. His shortest spell with a club was four months in AL Hilal (Saudi Arabia).

This season Milos Degenek scored three and assisted four goals. On average, he initialized 0.07 and hit the net 0.05 times per match this season which is a better performance than last year's. Back then 0 goals and 0.04 assists per match have been achieved. After an overall look at his career, we can see that he was substituted in 16 times but never out. In the active season, he came and left the park uniformly distributed in contrast to 2017/2018 wherein he watched more fulltimes from the bench.

Ever since Milos Degenek became a professional, he has been committed to overall seven clubs. He reached the 149 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being eight days ago. J.League 2018 (Japan) has been his best season so far since he scored his personal highest amount of goals. On the other hand, his worst season was 2nd Bundesliga 15/16 due to him receiving most yellow and yellow-red cards of his career. Milos Degenek wears the jerses number 2 strip at Australia.

Considering he weighs around 176.37lb, Milos Degenek is approximately 6lb heavier than the average player of Australia. Concerning the latest matches, his club tied in Int. Friendly Games. Throughout his time as professional football player, he was sanctioned with a card 29 times resulting in a mean value of 1.71 cards per play time. This season he was given eleven yellow cards. Milos Degenek's record stay with a club is VfB Stuttgart II (Germany) with one year and 11 months. He completes Australia's defensive department, alongside players like Aziz Behich, Alex Gersbach, Matthew Jurman, Rhyan Grant, Trent Sainsbury, Mark Milligan and Josh Risdon. He played for VfB Stuttgart II, Yokohama F Marinos, TSV 1860 Munich, VfB Stuttgart and FK Red Star Belgrade before ending up in Australia.

(Last edited May 15, 2019)