Mirjan Pavlovic is the latest star player to make a mid-season National Premier Leagues NSW Men’s move swapping the Marconi Stallions kit for the Mount Druitt Town Rangers.
Popondetta Park will now become the new home for the ace marksman who rocketed in eight goals for the Stallions but fell out of favour in the final few weeks of the first round of the NPL NSW Men’s competition prompting him to look elsewhere.
The Rangers stepped up and snared the prized signing which will no doubt add more fire to the club’s potent attack with Pavlovic set to lead it alongside former Western Sydney Wanderers young gun John Roberts.
The 30-year-old, renowned for his win at all costs attitude, will don the new Rangers jersey when Mount Druitt Town take on Manly United at Cromer Park this Sunday afternoon.
“One of the NPL’s top guns is coming home”, said Club Football Director Stewart Montgomery.
“Pavlovic was coached in his early years by club President Mark Robertson and Mirjan couldn’t wait to help us in our first year back in the NPL top flight since 1993.
“His experience and skills will be a massive asset to the club and shows the Rangers are serious about their NPL Mens program.”
Coach Aidan Desmond was eagerly anticipating Pavlovic’s arrival.
“Up until now we have bee super competitive in all our games.
“We continue to learn at this level and with every game we get better and our players know what to expect heading into the 2nd round games.
“Pav will settle the lads, give us extra power and clinical edge up top to work with John Roberts and Alex Boyadjin.
“We cant wait.”