Marko Šćepović, from Belgrade, Serbia, just signed a 2-year contract with Thailand’s Buriram United. The 29-year-old attacker had a rich career, starting early as a professional in Serbia playing for Serbia national team under 17 and 19 years. At the same time playing for Partizan and Teleoptik under 19 years old. After his games in Serbia, he started a long path abroad in Greece, Russia, Belgium, Spain, Hungary, and Turkey.

Šćepović is the son of former Partizan striker Slađan Šćepović, and the younger brother of Serbian striker, Stefan Šćepović.

Early career

In the summer of 2010, Marko was promoted to the main squad of the Partizan FC from Belgrade and started his first professional Contact. This first season under trainer Aleksandar Stanojević, he split the forward field with Lamine Diarra, Eduardo Pacheco, and Lazar Marković. Marko scored his first professional goal on September 4, 2010, against FC Hajduk Kula. On September 2nd, 2013 Marko signed a 4-year deal with Olympiacos, for a €3.5 million fee. On 22 February 2014, he scored his first hat trick in his professional career in a 4-0 away win against OFI Crete. On August 20, 2014, he signed a season-long loan deal with Spanish Segunda División RCD Mallorca and was an undisputed starter from the beginning of the season. After Mallorca and the years after his first loan, he was in a series of loans that all lasted a season. The year 2015, Russia; Akhmat Grozny, Belgium; Royal Excel Mouscron – all season-long loans. On 30 August of 2016, Marko signed a 3-year long deal with MOL Fehérvár FC from Hungary. Before he signed for Buriram in 2020 he was on a 3-year contract with Turkish Caykur Rizespor. He made 5 appearances in the Serbian National team and scored 88 goals in his 10-year long professional career.

It has been an honor to work with this sportsman and hard worker. GDM Sport wishes him all the luck and great games for Buriram Utd. You can read more on wiki and see all the career stats on this link.

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