Milan Mandarić’s (rather sad) end of the story at Olimpija Women: the Ljubljana club dismissed him from the presidency
He left by selling it to Adam Delius, and was rather ignominiously dismissed from his position at the women’s side. Milan Mandaric says goodbye to
ŽNK Olimpija Ljubljana
, where he served as club president, but – it should be added – did not have any real or direct decision-making power, as was the case when he was in charge at Stožice.
“We would like to inform you that the Board of Directors of our football club has taken an important decision at the Extraordinary General Meeting of the club to replace the President of the club. After much deliberation and careful consideration, we have decided that from now on our club will be led by Mag. Boris Snedec. The replacement of the President was unavoidable to protect the future of the club and its development, so we dismissed the previous President, Mr. Milan Mandaric. Mr Snedec has the full support and confidence of the club members,” said the ŽNK Olimpija Ljubljana. Boris Snedec has been the alpha and omega of ŽNK Olimpija for many years, and he was also the club’s president before Mandaric’s arrival.
“Mag. Boris Snedec has a wealth of experience and a passion for football, which will certainly have a positive impact on our club. He is the brainchild, founder, patron and first president of the club. In the future, its management will focus even more on player development, supporting young talent and strengthening links with the local community and sponsors. We are confident that the new era under the leadership of Boris Snedec will bring many positive changes and successes for our football club. Our first task is to ensure the stability of the Club and to maintain unity among all members. We will keep you regularly informed about new plans, events and activities of the club to keep you in touch and well informed,” added the ŽNK Olimpija, which last year won second place in the first women’s football league.
The real reasons why Milan Mandarić had to say goodbye have not been revealed by Olimpija, but unofficially he is said to have been focusing much more on some other things he has “open” in Slovenia lately: construction projects in Koper and the court battle with the current club management, which Adam Delius leads together with Igor Barišić and Christian Dollinger.
This text was automatically translated using AI.