Simon Rozman continues to impress Sarajevo fans: Slovenian coach’s club ups unbeaten streak to five games
Source of photo: FK Sarajevo
Among those Slovenians who earn their football living abroad, there is also Simon Rožman. The strategist, who has sat on the bench of several Slovenian first-league teams, this time with Sarajevo in the 11. round in the Bosnian Premijer Liga round away at Igman Konjica and got the result everyone expected. But it was not easy, it was tense and dramatic.
The match, which was watched by a crowd of 2,000, saw the first goal after 14 minutes of the first half, when Nemanja Anđušić scored after a pass from Ajdin Hasić to put the visitors in front. After a third of the time had elapsed, the game was tied when Darko Bodul managed to beat the visiting goalkeeper Lovre Rogić, who also scored the first half winner (1:1).
After the break, we saw a few yellow cards, but in total, the referee Mirza Kazlagić showed nine yellow cards in the whole match. Just when everything was pointing to a point sharing, which would have been a disappointment for the team led by Simon Rozman, the visiting defenceman Slaviša Radović came on the scene with one minute left in regulation. The latter hit the home net to give Sarajevo the victory, which brought Simon Rozman and company’s unbeaten run in the Championship and Cup to five games.
Simon Rozman and his team are currently second in the Bosnia and Herzegovina national championship standings.
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