Selector Muamer Vugdalić is not hiding his satisfaction after Slovenia U15’s two big wins: ‘This generation has a lot of potential!’
Source of photo: Football Association of Slovenia
At the end of October, the Slovenian U15 national team, led from the bench by the selector, was also at work twice. Muamer Vugdalić. Former member’s troop
Donetsk were too strong for their opponents on both occasions, with Bulgaria conceding eight goals in the two games and scoring just one. Muamer Vugdalić was expectedly satisfied with what he saw.
“We are very happy with what we have seen, especially the result. It is important to realise that Bulgaria is a very strong team, despite the fact that we scored eight goals in total. We have built on the good games from the Development Tournament with the results of the last two friendlies. We have changed the way we play a bit, because the desire is to play like Slovenia plays against stronger teams. The boys followed our instructions and were satisfied with what they saw,” is for
said Muamer Vugdalić.
The U15 national team selector went on to stress that he had taken over a generation of boys with a lot of talent: “It is important to stress that this generation has a lot of potential. Congratulations to all the players and the professional staff for their efforts and success. I would also like to thank the clubs for allowing the players to take part in the last national team campaign.”
Slovenia U15 colours Miha Matjašec (Mura), Blaž Kovač (Mura), Aleksej Šutalo (Koper), Tian Mačak (Koper), Deen Okanović (Dinamo/HRV), Nik Deisinger (Ilirija), Tristan Kotar (Ilirija), Gaj Polanec (Aluminij), Jaka Robin (Aluminij), Artem Grom (Bravo), Luka Rus (Domžale), Luka Karapetrović (Domžale), Viktor Božić (Domžale), Anže Zabukovec (Domžale), David Jereb (Domžale), Timon Kikec (Maribor), Tian Nai Koren (Maribor), Luka Kokol (Maribor), Tai Primc (Maribor), Filip Slana (Maribor), Egon Ljubičić (Olimpija), Chris Jazbar (Wolfsberger/AVT).
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