Simon Rozman and Senijad Ibričić present themselves in Sarajevo: Hand in hand, they promise to work 24 hours a day
Let’s be honest: on Thursday we witnessed something that is not exactly the norm in football. Something that rarely happens. It’s true, coaches come and go. But for a coach and a sport director to leave the same club at the same time? And just a few hours later, they’re photographed together in their new employer’s gear? Simon Rozman and Senijad Ibričić did just that. They left
and went to Sarajevo. They left Domžale on the nose and promised big things at the introductory press conference in Sarajevo.
“We came to work, we can promise to work 24 hours a day. We are also aware of the club we have joined. But this is not a pressure for us, it is a challenge. I’ve loved challenges since I was a footballer and since the Sarajevo story started, we’re always thinking about how to do good things for the club,” said Senijad Ibričić as the new sporting director of the club from Koševo, adding that Sarajevo has a very good team, but they will have to regain their confidence as soon as possible.
Simon Rožman: “We are young, but we have been through a lot”
Simon Rožman, who has worked abroad before, managing Rijeka, added: “We have a big challenge ahead of us. We spent a lot of time talking, all in the hope that Senijad and I would get as much information as possible to show the club the direction it wants to go. And we quickly found ourselves at that point. Especially in terms of the way we work and our ambitions. We are still young, but we have been through a lot, and we both see this kind of project as a great challenge. We already have a very good team, and with the potential and the conditions available, we can undoubtedly achieve our goals. I can’t wait for the new era to begin. With the help of our fans, I believe we will all be happy and satisfied.”
40-year-old Simon Rozman will also lead some old acquaintances from
Telemach First League
Ivan Jelić Borna Balta, Amar Beganović, Daniel Avramovski and Almedin Ziljkić are earning their living with the former Yugoslav champion.
This text was automatically translated using AI.