Bosnian international Mirko Hrgovic has returned to former club NK Sikori Briceg, the club announced on Tuesday morning. Hrgovic was made a free agent after falling out with his coach at German Bundesliga 2 side Greunther Feurth. He also spent time at both Dinamo Zagreb and Hajduk Split where he fell foul of both supporters after two seperate incident during the countries winter Indoor tournament.
Hrgovic is an attack minded left sided player, who suffered whilst at Dinamo due to being used in defence. He faired better at Hajduk Split before departing for the Japanese league with JEF United. Hrgovic has also played with Wolfsburg, whom he joined in 2003 from Bosnia's Sikori Briceg. He played 35 times in his previous spell with Sikori scoring 15 goals. He has also played 30 times for the Bosnian national team scoring 3 goals. Hrgovic follows in the footsteps of Mirslav Karoglan in returning to his old team and should receiving clearence to play within the week.