Original name: Милко Ѓуровски
Passport version: Milko Gjurovski
Alternative version: Milko Đurovski or Milko Djurovski
IPA: ˈmilkɔ ˈɟurɔfski
Born on 26.02.1963 in Tetovo, Macedonia
Former clubs: FK Teteks Tetovo , FK Crvena Zvezda Beograd , FK Partizan Beograd , FC Groningen , SC Cambuur , NK Maribor , Nîmes Olympique FC , NK Železničar Maribor , NK Bežigrad Ljubljana
App/Gls: 3/0 (for Yugoslavia 6/2)
First appearance: 12.10.1995, Skopje, Macedonia – Spain 0:2 (EURO 1996 qual.)
First goal: /
Yugoslav League: 1980/81, 1983/84 (Crvena Zvezda), 1986/87 (Partizan)
Yugoslav Cup: 1981/82, 1984/85 (Crvena Zvezda), 1988/89 (Partizan)
Yugoslav Super Cup: 1989 (Partizan)
– he is brother of former Macedonian and Yugoslav national team player Boshko Gjurovski and father of current Macedonian national team player Mario Gjurovski.
– he won a bronze medal with Yugoslavia at the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles.
– while playing in the time of former Yugoslavia, his last name was spelled as Đurovski or Djurovski, because the Serbo-Croatian alphabet which back then was official, doesn’t feature the Macedonian letter Gj (Ѓ).