End of one of the craziest streaks of the season: Radomlje finally taste the bitterness of defeat again after 11 consecutive wins
Source of photo: NK Radomlje
Rok Baskera, former Slovenian footballer, was one of those who said goodbye to Olimpija. Celjan, who also spent his youth in neighbouring Italy, left Ljubljana after several years with Zmajiand found a new career challenge in nearby Radomlje. There, he took over the management of the cadet team, with which he leads the second cadet league.
Under the young coach (Basker is 30 years old), Radomlje recorded an incredible 11 consecutive wins between 30 August and 21 October! During this period, Rok Baskera’s squad played some amazing matches and beat both Primorje and Tabor with an incredible 8:0 score.
But all good things come to an end and even talented millers have “stepped on a landmine”. Last weekend, the yellow and black took on local rivals Dob at home in front of 100 spectators. When home player Alen Muminović gave Radomlje the lead in the first minute, it was expected that the team of Roko Baskera would record their twelfth consecutive victory. But…
But Dob didn’t give up and in the next period they made a turnaround after Žak Jerman, Andraž Koritnik and Arian Pohlen hit the home net. Dob won the match 3:1.
Radomlje, who suffered their first defeat of the season, remain at the top of the standings, seven points ahead of Triglav, who played a game less. Dob jumped to fifth place with the win.
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