Robert Koren has decided to stop coaching: Mura’s cadets will be led in the new season by former first league footballer Jernej Repina
While Mura’ s juniors will be led into the new season by the selector’s son Matjaž Kek Jr., there has been a change on the coaching bench of the cadet team in Murska Sobota before the start of the 2023/24 competition year. At the end of last season, the team was led by the legendary Robert Koren, who replaced Rok Lovrec in March. But Koren’s jump to the coaching bench was apparently only temporary. Mura has decided that former captain of the Slovenian national team Robert Koren will focus on the position he took over when he moved to Murska Sobota.
At the time, Mura explained that“Robert Koren willoversee the development of his own staff in our football school“. She repeated her words this time, when she
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“Over the development of young footballers from 15. until 19. Robert Koren will continue to be the watchdog throughout the year.”
Jernej Repina, a 40-year-old retired footballer with some experience in the first league, has already taken over the Mura cadets. Repina, who played as a forward, was
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played 65 games and scored 11 goals. He played for Aluminij, Nafta, Malečnik, Gerečja vas and Dobrovce, and has also been abroad. He spent most of his time in Austria, but also spent half a year in Cyprus, where he played for ASIL Lysi.
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