Coaching Questionnaire


1. Full Name

a. Aleksandar (Aco) Miljevic

2. Current team you are coaching

a. Coaching Director / U8 Boys Head Coach

3. License held

a. National E

4. Previous Soccer experience & accomplishments :

a. Started playing soccer at Fk Radnicki Bajmok (Serbia).

b. After move to USA in 2000, played with United Serbians until high school.

c. Played at Milwaukee Hamilton High School

d. Played for United Serbians adult team from 2011-2014

e. United Youth Soccer Refereeing License held from 2005-2014

f. Coaching experience

i. Started as a United Serbians reserve coach in 2013. Went undefeated the first 8 games in charge.

ii. Made the move to Racine United SC in 2014 (Assistant coach U11 who was ranked second in state at the time) and then coached U9 for half the season prior to making the move to United Serbians.

iii. Coached at United Serbians since January of 2015

5. Small biography :

a. Born on July 26, 1988 in city of Sisak, former country of Yugoslavia, present day Croatia. After high school, I attended UW-Milwaukee and got my Mechanical Engineering Degree in 2013. Worked as an engineer at Konecranes until June 2016 and then moved into Product Manager role. I am happily married to my best friend Sanja and live in Franklin, WI. In my spare time I enjoy watching a lot of sports and road biking. I also played a few years of varsity basketball at Milwaukee Hamilton. Favorite three soccer teams are FC Juventus, Fk Crvena Zvezda and FC United Serbians Milwaukee.

6. Goal/Vision for USYSC:

a. My goal as a coaching director is to work with coaches and develop them to grow as individuals, which leads to more quality from coaching perspective and equates to bigger growth in player skills. As a player who grew up playing for United Serbians, my goal is to keep the winning tradition going and to make United Serbians one of the top academies in Wisconsin. Continuous investment in the coaching staff will surely deliver positive results and help us climb the ladder of a quality youth soccer club!