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Dejan Stankovi? (Serbian Cyrillic: Serbian
pronunciation: jan st born 11 September 1978) is a Serbian association football player who plays for Inter Milan. He captained the Serbian national football team until 2011, when he announced his retirement from international football. He is an attacking midfielder who can also play out wide on the wings or track back in a defensive midfield role. "Deki", as he is nicknamed, is best known for his effective, accurate passing, versatility and creativity as well as his ability to score goals from long distance.
On 13 June 2010 Stankovi? became the first player to have represented three different national teams in the FIFA World Cup: FR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro and Serbia.
Stankovi? grew up in Zemun, a municipality of Belgrade. Both of his parents, Borislav and Dragica, have strong football backgrounds.
Stankovi? began playing football for FK Teleoptik, based in his neighbourhood of Zemun. When spotted by Red Star cadet squad coach Branko Radovi?, however, 14-year-old Dejan transferred to Red Star Belgrade's youth system.
Stankovi? then passed every age category at his hometown club. In the youth teams, he was coached by Vladimir Petrovi?, playing alongside future professionals Nikola Lazeti? and Nenad Lalatovi?.
During the 1994–95 season, Stankovi?'s debut opportunity for first team action came under head coach Ljupko Petrovi? against crosstown rivals OFK Beograd on 11 February 1995. Fighting for a spot on the team led by, among others, Rambo Petkovi?, Darko Kova?evi?, and Neboj?a Krupnikovi?, 16-year-old Dejan made seven league appearances that season as the team won league title. He scored his first goal against Budu?nost Podgorica, soon becoming a first team regular and a fan favourite.
During the early '90s, Red Star was under an international ban because of a UN sanction imposed on FR Yugoslavia, meaning that the team could not compete in any European competition. The ban was lifted ahead of the 1996–97 season, and Stankovi? played a huge part in a memorable two-leg victory over Kaiserslautern in the Cup Winners' Cup.
Before the start of the 1997–98 season, he was made squad captain at the age of 19, the youngest ever in the club's history. Despite not winning the league he captained the team to two domestic cup victories.
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