A nice football evening in Novi Sad, which around 5,000 spectators at the Karađorđe stadium had the opportunity to enjoy, ended with a minimal victory for Vojvodina against Napredek, enough for the first three points in the new season and the joy of all those who came to support Voša last night.

This match will remain in the fond memory of everyone whose heart is inclined to the red and white color of the Old Lady, and this especially applies to young Jovan Milošević, currently the youngest member of Voša’s first team, who made his debut for the first team of Vojvodina yesterday.

Entering the game in the 65th minute instead of Nebojša Bastajić, Milošević already received a big round of applause from Voša’s fans upon entering the game, who in that way rewarded him for his fantastic games and the title of best scorer at the recent European Cadet Championship, but also showed that they would like to see him as often as possible in the Vojvodina team this season.

– It’s a really great and fantastic feeling to debut for the first team and I’m very happy that I got the opportunity to play on our Super League stage. I thank the club and the coach for believing in me and I will certainly try to justify that trust in the best possible way, which is by working hard and fighting to the maximum every time I get the opportunity – says Milošević.

According to him, the most important thing for everyone is that three points were won yesterday, although the game can and should be even better.

– Not everything was perfect, but again, I can’t say that we are not satisfied with how we played. Personally, I think that we can raise the level of our game a lot and I am convinced that in the next matches that will happen – Milošević notes.

His debut for the first team was completed by last night’s great atmosphere at Karađorđe, where around 5,000 people came to support the new Vojvodina team.

– The fans were really fantastic and I thank them very much for the support they gave us. They were our 12th player and gave us the wind at our backs, and it means a lot to every player when they feel that the crowd is with us. I hope that they also left the stadium satisfied and that they will come to the next matches in large numbers, because that way we have a much greater chance of achieving what we all want, which is for Vojvodina to play well and win continuously – said Milošević.