Ante Šimundža doesn’t want to close the doors of Ljudski vrt: “It is an honour and a privilege to be among the candidates for Maribor coach”
Who will be the new coach Maribor? After Damir Krznar ‘s resignation, Marko Šuler, the sporting director of the Violistas , has already started looking for a new coach, and one of the main candidates to join Ljudski vrt is Ante Šimundža. Well, the main candidate… Perhaps Marko Šuler’s great wish is more to the point. But this raises the question of whether the latter is capable of persuading him to return to the scene of the crime. According to some information, Ante Šimundža is not too enthusiastic about such an idea, but as a guest on the Pod prečko programme on Sportklub he didn’t want to close the doors of his former club completely.
“It is an honour and a privilege for me to be among the candidates for Maribor coach. How things will develop is not, I think, a topic for debate today,“, Ante Šimundža, who last managed Ludogorets, stressed in front of the Sportklub TV camera, answering the question whether Marko Šuler might have called him: “Let’s say that things are always open.”
Ante Šimundža, 52, managed Maribor from 2013 to 2015, during which time the Violets played 99 matches under his leadership. He was national champion twice with Maribor and qualified for the Champions League group stage.
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