Darko Milanic was most recently the manager of Maribor, previously managing Leeds United.

He joined Leeds from Austrian side Sturm Graz where he led them to a fifth place finish and also competed in the Europa League.

The Slovenian enjoyed vast amounts of success at this previous role at Slovenian side Maribor where he won nine trophies in five seasons.

He was also the first man to win the Slovenian league, Slovenian Cup and Slovenian Super Cup, he achieved this feat within his first two seasons.

As well as Sturm Graz and Maribor the 46-year-old has coached at Primarje and Gorica in Slovenia.

Milanic also enjoyed success as a player and won a total of 11 trophies from his time at Partizan and Sturm Graz, the club he left to become head coach at Leeds United.

The former defender also has international caps having represented both Yugoslavia and Slovenia. He also captained the Slovenian national side at Euro 2000 which was co-hosted by Ukraine and Poland.

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