Today's Miroslav Bičanić Talking Points
Miroslav Bičanić (born 29 October 1969 in Djakovo) is a former Croatian footballer. He played in two matches for the Croatia national football team in friendlies against Ukraine (one goal) and Hungary.
He was transferred 1996 to German Bundesliga team MSV Duisburg, but played only 14 matches (one goal) in the championship and in the German Cup (one goal against Energie Cottbus). In the 1997–98 season, Bičanić played for Hapoel Haifa and reached the third place in the championship. His goal against Maccabi Tel Aviv was "Goal of the Year" and after that he was transferred back to Germany, to Hansa Rostock. As he played only several matches in the league and one in the cup (where he scored his only goal against Werder Bremen), Bičanić was unhappy with his status and came back to Israel.
He played two months for Hapoel Be'er Sheva and three for Bnei Yehuda before he joined Chongqing Lifan in February 2000. Bičanić won two times the Chinese FA Cup: 2000 with Chongqing Lifan and 2002 with Qingdao Jonoon.
Today, Bičanić is a FIFA licensed players agent.Close