In this interview, RedNation and Milan discuss his thoughts on his transfer to Sivasspor of the Turkish Super Lig, his ongoing development as a young keeper, the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup and the Canadian Men’s National Team.
Milan Borjan is an up and coming 23 year old Canadian goalkeeper who recently transferred to Turkish Super Lig side Sivasspor. Born in the city of Knin, a Serbian separatist territory in Croatia during the Yugoslav wars, he emigrated along with his family to Canada. In 2005 he moved to South America where he played at the youth level with Boca Juniors and professionally with River Plate, Club Nacional de Football and Quilmes Atletico Club. In January 2009 he moved to Serbia and signed with Belgrade-based club Rad Beograd. At the International level, Milan has been capped five times by the Canadian Men’s National Team and recently made his first two appearances at the CONCACAF Gold Cup.