Legendary Amir Karić is relentless towards Maribor: he accuses Mark Šuler of putting together the worst team in the history of the Štajerska giant
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He has played for both Maribor as well as for Olimpija and today his son is wearing the purple jersey, but Amir Karić still hit the purple team without a trace of mercy. Between the lines, Amir Karić criticised in particular Mark Šuler, the sporting director of the Styrian giant, who, as a guest on the Pod prečko programme on Sportklub he accused him of putting together the worst team in Maribor’ s history!
“I wouldn’t be far wrong if I said Maribor currently has the worst team in its history,” Amir Karić pointed out. The former Slovenian international, who played at both Euro 2000 and the 2002 World Cup, was also critical of the players, accusing them of a lack of fight and loyalty.
“I don’t understand how it is possible that players who train six times a week do not sprint for the club crest, which we know how much it means. To not give it your all, to not use everything you have in the tank in a match, is incredible. I believe they knew Bravo was great, especially at home. It is logical that they put themselves in the position that suits them best, which is to defend and counter-attack. If you don’t apply pressure after a loose ball, if you don’t do everything you can to get it back, if you don’t close the space, it’s normal that the opponent will take advantage of it and punish you,” said 49-year-old Amir Karić today.
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