Simon Rozman suffers first defeat since coming to Sarajevo: Slovenian coach ‘buried’ by teenage goalkeeper’s serious mistake
His successor, Dušan Kosič, in his sixth game as coach Domžale got his first win, while Simon Rožman suffered his first defeat in his sixth match as coach of Sarajevo. The Slovenian specialist won four of his opening five games with the club from the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, scoring a staggering 13 points. But every set comes to an end, and Simon Rozman lost for the first time on Pecara.
Simon Rožman was a guest of Široki Brijeg, a club where Tomislav Tomić, an old friend of the Slovenian football scene, plays, and the even battle was only decided by a serious mistake by Sarajevo’s teenage goalkeeper. The very talented Muhamed Šahinović, who is only 19 years old, in74th minute clumsily knocked the ball away or passed it straight to the feet of an opposition player. Stephen Chinedu, a striker for Široki Brijeg, took advantage of the gift and lobbed the ball into the Sarajevo net. It was also the only goal of the game, which Rožman and his team lost 0:1.
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