Kurtušić in action for Marsaxlokk in 2012
|Date of birth||28 April 1984|
|Place of birth||Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Red Star Belgrade|
|2017–2019||Wong Tai Sin|
|2016–2017||Eastern District (assistant coach)|
|2017–2019||Wong Tai Sin (assistant coach)|
|2020–||Tai Po (first-team coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Born in Belgrade, SR Serbia, he started to play football with Red Star Belgrade. In 2001 Kurtušić moved to FK Vojvodina. In 2002 Kurtušić made his first professional contract with FK Sartid Smederevo when he was only 17 years old.
Next season, he played for FK Vlasina and FK Obilić in the Serbian First League. In summer 2008, he moved to FK Pobeda of the Macedonian First Football League. After his spell in Macedonia, Kurtušić returned to Serbia and during the following seasons he represented a number of clubs, namely OFK Kikinda, FK Obilić, FK Sinđelić Niš and Mladenovac.
During the winter break of the 2011–12 season, he moved abroad again, this time signing with Maltese Premier League team Marsaxlokk. In the 2012–13 season he signed with Gudja United. He scored 4 goals in 9 games for the team and that was the perfect recommendation for the famous Maltese club Żejtun Corinthians to take him and sign him to the end of the 2012–13 season. He helped the club to stay in the league that season playing 5 games for them.
His next career move was signing a contract with Bahraini Premier League team Manama Club on a one-year deal. In 2014, he got an offer and signed a contract until the end of the season for Sheikh Russel KC in the Bangladesh Premier League, last year's champion team. With his new team he was part of the history of football in Bangladesh as a member of the squad in the AFC President's Cup, where the Bangladesh team reached the final round of this competition for the first time ever. In summer 2016, he signed for Hong Kong First Division club Eastern District.
- Second win in a row for Gudja, Lija soar at timesofmalta.com, 29 September 2012
- Srbin Maltu zamenio Bahreinom at mozzartsport.com, 14 September 2013
- Mislili ste da se u Bangladešu ne igra fudbal, a tamo utakmice gleda po 40.000 ljudi at mozzartsport.com, 16 April 2014
- Sheikh Russel through as champions at thedailystar.net, 12 May 2014