New women’s selector Saša Kolman surrounded by familiar faces: he will be assisted by Matej Mavrič Rožič and Mladen Dabanović
Football Association of Slovenia (NZS) last week appointed Saša Kolman as the new women’s national team selector. On Monday, he presented himself to the public at an introductory press conference, where he also revealed that he will be assisted by two well-known Slovenian football faces. Saša Kolman appointed Mateja Mavric Rožič as assistant coach, Mladen Dabanović will be the goalkeeper coach.
Both have extensive national team experience, including major competitions. Mavrič Rožič defended colour of Slovenia’s national team at the 2010 World Cup, while Dabanović was a national player at both the Euro 2000 and the 2002 World Cup.
Saša Kolman will not have much time to adjust to his new role, as he will make his debut in the Nations League against the Czech Republic in just four days. “Winning is our main goal, otherwise I don’t know how to work. I want actresses to think like this too. But this part of the Nations League will be important for the rest of the year to get to know each other, to get an idea. We have a young team, the potential is very high and I am confident that the girls can do even more. I know some of them from the seminars, I watched some of the matches and I was pleasantly surprised, I’m really looking forward to it,“Saša Kolman, who replaced Borut Jarc on the bench, says.
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