Sarajevo will have to look elsewhere for a new coach: Ante Šimundža talked to a club from Bosnia and Herzegovina, but ultimately rejected the offer
, one of those clubs that also made a mark on football in the former Yugoslavia, is on the hunt for a new coach after the club’s management was forced out of the Europe has forgiven Mirzo Varešanović, Ante Šimundža is also on the radar of the club from the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who took the signals from Sarajevo seriously. Former coach of Maribor and
who last managed Ludogorets, but has been without a club since March, travelled to Bosnia and Herzegovina to meet with Sarajevo’s leading men. An offer, and a concrete one at that, was on the table, and Ante Šimundža wanted to take some time to think before making a final decision.
Now, as we can reveal, Ante Šimundza has made his final decision and… rejected Sarajevo! The Slovenian professional thanked the people who run the club from the Koševo stadium (Malaysian billionaire Vincent Tan owns 49% of the club) for the opportunity, but decided that the time was not right for him to leave for Sarajevo.
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