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By ESPN Staff

Spase Dilevski joins Melbourne Victory

A-League club Melbourne Victory have signed former Young Socceroo Spase Dilevski on a one-year deal.

Fullback or midfielder Dilevski played with Adelaide United last season and has also spent time at Brisbane Roar.

He also had several seasons in Europe with England's Tottenham Hotspur, Germany's Rot-Weiss Essen and Dutch club PSV Eindhoven without cracking regular first-team football.

In between stints at the Roar and Adelaide, he played 80 games in Romania with Universitatea Craiova.

The 27-year-old will reunite with his former Young Socceroo coach Ange Postecoglou at the Victory.

Postecoglou said Dilevski's signing would provide greater versatility to the squad.

"Spase is experienced beyond his years and can do a variety of different jobs in both midfield and defence," he said.

He is the Victory's third new signing ahead of the 2012-13 season, joining Adama Traore and Sam Gallagher.

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