Olimpija Cadets get a third coach for the 2023/24 season: Matevž Potočnik takes the reins of the U17 team after Darijan Matić
Source of photo: NK Olimpija Ljubljana
Young footballers should also need a calm environment without too much turmoil in order to do well. As for the cadet team Olimpija, peace is something they are not familiar with. Although the 2023/24 season is not even halfway through, the Ljubljana cadets have – believe it or not – already got their third new coach!
Jasmin Jerič led the Dragons into the new competition year, but he quickly waved goodbye and moved to Domžale where he became the new assistant to Dušan Kosić. After Jeric, Darijan Matić came in, but he only sat on the bench for a few weeks. Then he received an offer from Moldova, moved to Sheriff and became an assistant to Roman Pilipchuk, an old friend of the Slovenian greens.
Now, Olimpija has brought the cadets their third new coach this season and found a solution within its own coaching pyramid. The team, which is currently in third place in the Cadet League, will now be led by Matevž Potočnik, who moved to Olimpija in March this year when he became the new coach of the U15 team. He replaced Jake Kajtazovic then, and now he has been “promoted” to replace Darijan Matić.
After Potočnik’s move to the cadet ranks, the U15 team should also be led by one of the coaches already working in the youth team of the Ljubljana first division.
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