Serbian goalkeeper Strahinja Milic (30) is back to handball after two years break. The member of Macedonian super-team RK Vardar which won the first EHF Champions League trophy in 2017, has played the first match for his first professional team, RK Partizan Beograd at Serbian Final4 in Zrenjanin. “Jambo”, who has problem with kilos, as he was on 216 during his break (now on 180kg) since he left RK Vardar at the start of 2018/2019 season when Dejan Milosavljev surprisingly good replaced him, talked for Partizan TV about his time in Skopje.
- After three months without handball, I came to Skopje to watch Vardar-Kielce EHF CL derby. It was a great match, but I watched handball like I was never played before. I wasn’t interested. My agony last for two years, I have no desire to come to practice, to enter the changing room. In Skopje, I had good contracts, I was welcomed by people. However, I wasn’t show the best of me. I had no good relationship with the coach Raul Gonzales, so I was between two fires. President Samsonenko loved me, he didn’t allow to leave the club. I was in that situation for two years – said Milic.