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|Full name||Milan Galić|
|Date of birth||8 March 1938|
|Place of birth||Temerin, Kingdom of Yugoslavia|
|Date of death||13 September 2014(aged 76)|
|Place of death||Belgrade, Serbia|
|Height||1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
During his active career, Galić played for four clubs, namely Proleter Zrenjanin, Partizan, Standard Liège and Reims. He also represented Yugoslavia internationally, earning 51 caps and scoring 37 goals, being the second-highest scorer in the history of the national team, only behind Stjepan Bobek with 38.
After starting out with Proleter Zrenjanin, Galić was transferred to Partizan in the 1958–59 campaign. He spent the following eight seasons at Stadion JNA, winning the Yugoslav First League on four occasions (1961, 1962, 1963 and 1965). Likewise, Galić was a member of the team that lost 1–2 to Real Madrid in the 1966 European Cup Final. During that season, he scored two goals in European Cup, two against French champion Nantes in a 2–0 home victory and 2–2 draw at Stade Marcel Saupin. He netted 8 goals in Eternal Derby and shares 3rd place on Eternal top goalscorers in Derbies with Kosta Tomašević. On 28 October 1962, on 31st Eternal Derby, Galić scored hat-trick in 5–0 away victory over Crvena zvezda. During that period, he was two times nominee for Ballon d'Or. He placed eight in the 1962 Ballon d'Or and seventeenth on 1965 Ballon d'Or.
After leaving his homeland, Galić moved to Standard Liège, winning the Belgian First Division twice (1969 and 1970), as well as the Belgian Cup in 1967. He also played for French club Reims between 1970 and 1973.
Galić was a member of the team that finished as runner-up in the 1960 European Nations' Cup. He was the tournament's joint-top scorer with two goals. Later the same year, Galić played for Yugoslavia at the 1960 Summer Olympics, winning the gold medal. He was the tournament's top scorer with seven goals, including the opening goal in the final, a 3–1 victory over Denmark.
Subsequently, Galić represented the country at the 1962 FIFA World Cup and scored three goals during the tournament, as the team finished in fourth place.