Former Scottish League Star Busted Over Biker Gang

Story By: Juan Mayes, Sub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyGolder’s News And Sport 

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This is the moment the Phillippines national team manager’s son – who won Scotland’s League One – is arrested for leading a biker gang which allegedly participated in drug trafficking.

Former Mallorca midfielder Goran Milojevic’s son Stefan Milojevic was arrested earlier today (Friday) after a raid was conducted by the Spanish National Police on the island of Majorca located in the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands in Spain.

The raid reportedly included around 100 police officers.

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Spanish police released a statement saying: “Agents of the Nationa Police, in collaboration with EUROPOL and German BKA, have detained 16 people in which all members of the group UNITED TRIBUNS NOMADS SPAIN are included.

“They operated in Spain under the false appearance of legality to control the drug trafficking in Mallorca through violent encounters with rival groups.”

Local media report the biker gang also had confrontations with a Majorca hooligan group.

The police report went on to say the gang “forms part of a large international structure” which includes groups in “USA, Germany, Austria, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Italy, Switzerland, Thailand and Turkey.

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“Members, over 1,700 of them, are linked with drug-trafficking, exploitation of women for prostitution and score-settling with rival gangs.”

The video shows the moment of the raid where according to police “several kilograms” of marijuana were found along with cultivations of the plant.

The video also shows some of the gang’s member the moment they are arrested and large amounts of money are confiscated.

There have been no reports on a trial date.

Milojevic tried to follow in his father’s footsteps trying to be a professional footballer himself playing in the third-tier Scottish league, even winning the Scottish League One in 2015 with Greenock Morton.

He was transferred to top-flight Slovak club FC ViOn Zlate Moravce after one season with the Scottish side, however, he was let go by the club in 2015 after suffering an injury late in the season, ending his football career.

His father is the current Phillippines national team manager and played as an attacking midfielder for clubs such as Red Star Belgrade, Mallorca and Celta Vigo. Goran Milojevic also had two caps for Yugoslavia.

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