Dino Djulbic was a defender who played with South Melbourne in 2006 and 2007.

Along with Andreas Oliveira and Antonio Naglieri, Djulbic was one of three West Australian players controversially signed by South from Frankston Pines during the 2006 mid-season transfer window.[1] A defender, Djulbic was crucial to South's title run, especially his outstanding efforts in the grand final.

Djulbic was also by far the most successful of the three West Australians in achieving a professional soccer career after his South stint. After impressing at a trial with Perth Glory during 2006, Djulbic was signed by them, but not before playing eleven matches for South in the early part of 2007.[2]

In 2012, Djulbic made two appearances for the Socceroos (against Guam and Taiwan),[3] during qualifying for the 2013 East Asian Cup.

Milestones Edit

Arrived fromFrankston Pines

Departed toPerth Glory

Debut: VPL Round 9, 2006, against RichmondBob Jane Stadium

Last gameVPL Round 12, 2007, against Preston LionsBob Jane Stadium

Honours Edit

  • Victorian Premier League (2006)

Stats Edit

Season League Total
Apps Goals Apps Goals
2006 19 1 19 1
2007 11 0 11 0
Total 30 1 30 1