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== Personal life ==
 
== Personal life ==
Jovanović was born on 5 July 1998 in [[wikipedia:Sremska Mitrovica|Sremska Mitrovica]], [[wikipedia:FR Yugoslavia|FR Yugoslavia]] to a [[wikipedia:Serbs|Serbian]] father and half-[[wikipedia:French people|French]] mother. His father is a retired professional volleyball player. The first eight years of childhood he spent in [[wikipedia:Šid|Šid]]. During the third week of [[wikipedia:NATO bombing of Yugoslavia|1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia]] he and his family fled to [[wikipedia:Bourges|Bourges]], [[wikipedia:France|France]], and returned shortly after [[wikipedia:Kumanovo Agreement|Kumanovo Agreement]]. In 2006 he moved to [[wikipedia:Belgrade|Belgrade]] suburb of [[wikipedia:Ritopek|Ritopek]]. Jovanović finished Electrotechnical School in urban neighborhood of [[wikipedia:Karaburma|Karaburma]]. At one point he worked for [[wikipedia:Nordeus|Nordeus]], a game developer responsible for creation of [[wikipedia:Top Eleven Football Manager|Top Eleven]]. He declares himself as an [[wikipedia:Serbian Orthodox Church|Orthodox Christian]] and [[wikipedia:Serbian nationalism|Serbian nationalist]] and [[wikipedia:Traditionalism|traditionalist]]. He is married to Slađana Jovanović and has one son with her, named Vladimir.
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Jovanović was born on 5 July 1998 in [[wikipedia:Sremska Mitrovica|Sremska Mitrovica]], [[wikipedia:FR Yugoslavia|FR Yugoslavia]] to a [[wikipedia:Serbs|Serbian]] father and half-[[wikipedia:French people|French]] mother. His father is a retired professional volleyball player. The first eight years of childhood he spent in [[wikipedia:Šid|Šid]]. During the third week of [[wikipedia:NATO bombing of Yugoslavia|1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia]] he and his family fled to [[wikipedia:Bourges|Bourges]], [[wikipedia:France|France]], and returned shortly after [[wikipedia:Kumanovo Agreement|Kumanovo Agreement]]. In 2006 he moved to [[wikipedia:Belgrade|Belgrade]] suburb of [[wikipedia:Ritopek|Ritopek]]. Jovanović finished Electrotechnical School in urban neighborhood of [[wikipedia:Karaburma|Karaburma]]. At one point he worked for [[wikipedia:Nordeus|Nordeus]], a game developer responsible for creation of [[wikipedia:Top Eleven Football Manager|Top Eleven]]. He declares himself as an [[wikipedia:Serbian Orthodox Church|Orthodox Christian]] and [[wikipedia:Serbian nationalism|Serbian nationalist]] and [[wikipedia:Traditionalism|traditionalist]]. He is married to Slađana Jovanović (née Stanković) and has one son with her, named Vladimir.
  
 
== Football career ==
 
== Football career ==

Revision as of 02:51, 16 February 2019

Nikola Slađan Jovanović (Sremska Mitrovica, 5th July 1998 —) is a Serbian micronationalist.

Personal life

Jovanović was born on 5 July 1998 in Sremska Mitrovica, FR Yugoslavia to a Serbian father and half-French mother. His father is a retired professional volleyball player. The first eight years of childhood he spent in Šid. During the third week of 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia he and his family fled to Bourges, France, and returned shortly after Kumanovo Agreement. In 2006 he moved to Belgrade suburb of Ritopek. Jovanović finished Electrotechnical School in urban neighborhood of Karaburma. At one point he worked for Nordeus, a game developer responsible for creation of Top Eleven. He declares himself as an Orthodox Christian and Serbian nationalist and traditionalist. He is married to Slađana Jovanović (née Stanković) and has one son with her, named Vladimir.

Football career

Personal information
Full nameNikola Slađan Jovanović
Place of birthSremska Mitrovica, FR Yugoslavia
Height6 ft 2 in (1.87 m)
Playing positionDefender
Youth career
2003–06Radnički Šid
2006–13Podunavac Ritopek
2013–15OFK Beograd
Senior career
YearsTeamApps(Gls)*
2018–Bourges Foot C2(0)
* Appearances (Goals)
Player has received at least one call-up for any emboldened national teams

Youth

Jovanović expressed his interest in football early and at age of five started his first trainings in Radnički Šid. Due to moving to Ritopek, he switched to the local team Podunavac Ritopek. During high school days he played for OFK Beograd youth, which senior team was at the time playing in Serbian SuperLiga.

Bourges Foot C

In late December 2018 he signed a one-year contract with C team of Bourges Foot, playing in twelfth-tier of French football, débuting on 20 January 2019 in 3–0 home win against Saint-Just.