Bojan Djordjic (Serbian Cyrillic: Бојан Ђорђић, transliterated as Bojan Đorđić; Serbian pronunciation: [ˈbɔjan ˈdʑordʑitɕ], born 6 February 1982) is a Swedish footballer of ethnic Serbian descent. He currently plays for Blackpool.Life and career
Born in in Belgrade, Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia, to Serbian professional footballer Ranko Đorđić, Djordjic started his career at IF Brommapojkarna before moving to Manchester United in 1999 as a youth player. Although considered a budding talent, he only made two appearances for United, but was awarded the club's Jimmy Murphy Player of the Year Award at the age of 18. He also scored a memorable chip against Celtic 15 May 2001 coming on as a substitute for Ryan Giggs in Tom Boyds testomonial game which United won 2–0 at Celtic Park.
He was loaned to Sheffield Wednesday, Aarhus GF and Red Star Belgrade, where he scored his first senior goal against Odense BK in the 2003–04 UEFA Cup before moving to Rangers in January 2005 on a free transfer. On 9 January 2005 he made his full debut against Celtic in the Scottish Cup. However, injuries limited his chances to establish himself in the first team at Ibrox and he moved to Plymouth Argyle on at the end of the 2004–05 season. Other club interested in the winger was Stockholm-based side AIK, the club that Djordjic supportsDjordjic finally returned to the starting lineup after he scored 8 goals in 5 games for the reserves and after exactly a 13-month absence, on 18 November 2006, scoring in the 5th minute in a 1–1 away draw at Southend United. He was removed from the transfer list the following week, and went on to score in the next two consecutive games (Leeds United and Luton Town).
On 19 October 2007, Djordjic's contract was terminated by mutual consent due to lack of first-team opportunities. On 13 November, it was officially announced he had signed a two-year deal with Swedish club AIK. His first season for the club has not been what he was hoping for with several injuries and on 13 September 2008 he was injured once again and missed the remaining eight matches of the season. His first match for AIK was against Kalmar FF on 30 March 2008 in the first game of the 2008 season. During the 2009 transfer season, Djordjic was approached by Maccabi Haifa which offering him a contract, however Djordjic rejected saying that he wanted to stay with the club in his heart AIK.