Mladen Munjaković (born 20 July 1961) is a Croatian retired footballer.
|Full name||Mladen Munjaković|
|Date of birth||20 July 1961|
|Place of birth||Žerjavinec, SFR Yugoslavia|
|1999-2001||Segesta (sports dir.)|
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
Munjaković began his career with NK Dinamo Zagreb in the Yugoslav First League, where he won the league in the 1981–82 season and the Yugoslav Cup in 1983. He totalled 430 games for the club, but missed a big part of their league title winning season due to him joining the army.
Munjaković went abroad in 1988, joining SK Rapid Wien in the Austrian Football Bundesliga. He later played for Levante UD in the Spanish Segunda División and Segesta.
Munjaković hails from Žerjavinac, a small village near Sesvete and is married to Natali Lokin. They have a daughter, Tena.
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