Damir Krznar paid the tax in Maribor, but Marko Šuler doesn’t feel threatened: ‘We haven’t had many meetings with the management’
Maribor is in crisis, Damir Krznar is its past. At Ljudski vrt, the usual football practice was repeated: when the team is not doing well, the coach pays the tax. But even though the coach’s head has fallen, the disappointed fans of the Styrian giant are not yet completely satisfied. First and foremost because, in the opinion of many, the main culprit of the situation has not gone. Marko Šuler is, in the eyes of a large number of fans, the one who should take responsibility for all of this. But Korošec remains in his position, and he also offered the thought that his future has never been a topic of discussion.
“I have the greatest responsibility. I am accountable, things are not easy. But there is a responsibility to take, and I am not running away from that. But there is only one guiding principle, and that is to look in the mirror and see if what I am doing is enough. At the same time, I have only to look forward. I believe in and support this team,” Šuler said at the press conference to introduce Ante Šimundza, and also answered a question about his future in Styria.
Marko Šuler: “They accepted the idea”
“We haven’t had many meetings with the management. I have taken and presented the decisions that are mine. They accepted the idea. But when it’s my turn to do these things, you’ll have to ask them… Ultimately, we are all accountable to this institution that is above us. We are responding to the NK Maribor coat of arms. All things are done to make Maribor where it once was,” said the former Slovenian national team player.
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