Vlado Micov and his strange passion for tattoos

This day Vlado Micov, former basketball player for Pallacanestro Cantù and Olimpia Milano, officially bid farewell to played basketball. The Serbian is one of the most tattooed players you have ever seen and, among the thousand thousand tattoos he has, there are also some dedicated to the places where he played: Belgrade, Cantù (San Paolo bell tower), Moscow, Istanbul and… also Milan.

If the main church in the town of Brianza is clearly visible on his arm, dedication in Milan “cannot be framed by the cameras,” as he himself said on the microphones of Eurosport:

There are not only basketball tattoos on the body of the now former Buducnost VOLI Podgorica. Many dedications are for his family members, particularly his daughter, who was born on the same day he won the EuroCup with Ergin Ataman’s Galatasaray.

Of course, we are very curious to know what he has tattooed of Milan. Probably the Duomo, it seems obvious, however, you never know. Vlado Micov was never a mundane player and man, so it is not surprising if he had tattooed, say randomly, the UniCredit Tower in Piazza Gae Aulenti or the Museo del Novecento.


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