Mihailo Pianovich

Mihailo Pianovich

Rostov football player
Date of Birth: 13.02.1977
Country: Montenegro

Content:
  1. Biography of Mihailo Pjanović
  2. Early Career and Success at Crvena Zvezda
  3. Stint at Spartak Moscow
  4. Final Years at FC Rostov
  5. Achievements

Biography of Mihailo Pjanović

Early Career and Success at Crvena Zvezda

Mihailo Pjanović is a Serbian football player who gained recognition as a forward. He began his career at the club Yavor before moving to OFK. In the winter transfer window of 1999, Pjanović joined Crvena Zvezda. During his time at the club, Pjanović won two national championship titles and three national cups. He played a total of 111 matches and scored 80 goals before making a move to the Russian club, Spartak Moscow, in the summer of 2003.

Stint at Spartak Moscow

Pjanović joined Spartak Moscow in 2003 and represented the club for four years. Although he didn't win any major titles during his time there, Pjanović's performances on the field were notable, and he helped the team achieve a silver medal in the Russian Championship in 2005 and 2006.

Final Years at FC Rostov

In 2007, Pjanović transferred to FC Rostov. However, his time at the club was short-lived as he announced his departure in September of the same year. Pjanović decided to retire from professional football, ending his playing career at FC Rostov.

Achievements

Throughout his career, Pjanović achieved several notable accolades. He was a champion of Yugoslavia in the 1999/2000 and 2000/01 seasons. He also won the Yugoslav Cup three times in the 1998/99, 1999/2000, and 2001/02 seasons. Additionally, Pjanović achieved silver medals in the Russian Championship with Spartak Moscow in 2005 and 2006.

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