Darijan Matić left for Moldova, Olimpija cadets lose city showdown: Bravo celebrates two sweet victories in Jama za Bežigradom
Even though the school holidays have started, there is no rest for the youngsters proving themselves in the U15 and U17 leagues. Two city showdowns were played on Tuesday in the Jama za Bežigradom – the Olimpija and Bravo.
In the Cadet League, the young Dragons had to face their rivals without their current coach Darijan Matić, who had only a short time on the bench of his former club. Matić left for Moldova, where he became an assistant at Sherif, and Olimpija lost to Brav after his departure.
Bravo celebrated a sweet victory, ending 3:1 to the away team. Coach Janez Ferko ‘s squad scored in the second minute when Naj Lulić was among the scorers. Eight minutes later Svit Hočevar equalised, and in 22. Lulić was happy again. The winner is 43. minute Jaša Kraševec, who successfully converted an penalty.
With the win, the club from Spodnje Šiška overtook this season’s opponent and jumped to the top of the standings, where they are one point ahead of Celje and two ahead of Olimpija. It should be added that Celjani played two fewer games and Olimpija one less.
Bravo also won the older boys’ match 2:0. Interestingly, both goals were scored by home players, who scored two own goals. The first was by Ali Isić, the second by Niko Zver.
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