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Rade Prica (pronounced: Preetza), (born 30 June 1980) is an Swedish professional footballer, who currently plays as a striker for Rosenborgmarker in Norwegian Premier League. He is the only player who has won league championships in the three Scandinavian countries Sweden, Denmark and Norway.

Club career

Of Serbian and Croatian heritage, Prica started his footballing career as a youth player for Ljungby, he then made his way into the first team, making 37 appearances and scoring 14 goals, over a period of 3 seasons.

After leaving Ljungby, Prica signed for renowned Swedish club Helsingborg in 1998, he then went on to play for them for 5 seasons playing 73 times scoring 27 goals, Prica then moved to Germanmarker team Hansa Rostock.

Prica signed for Aalborg BKmarker in 2006 after being released by Hansa Rostock, During the season 2006–07 he was topscorer in the Danish Superliga scoring 19 goals.

Sunderland completed the signing of Prica on 23 January 2008 for a fee of more than £2 million on a three-and-a-half year contract.

He scored on his debut for at Sunderland against Birmingham City on 29 January 2008, and missed out in scoring a second with referee Mark Halsey ruling it out for handball.

Prica has rarely featured in the Sunderland squad. In January 2009, official sources with the club acknowledged that he was sought by two un-named British clubs and a European club, rumored to be his previous Danish club Aalborg BKmarker.

Prica ultimately were given limited opportunities Sunderland and did not start a game. It was reported on Sky Sports that Prica had been made available for loan.

On 9 March 2009, Prica signed a four year deal with Rosenborgmarker for an undisclosed fee. He became top scorer in the Norwegian Premier League in the 2009 season, scoring 17 goals in 27 appearances.

International career

He made his debut for the Sweden national football team in February 2001 against Thailand coming on as a substitute in the 66th minute replacing Martin Åslund.



Helsingborgs IF

Aalborg Boldspilklubmarker

Rosenborg BKmarker



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