The following Slovenian expert goes abroad: Andrej Kvas takes over the juniors of the ambitious Austrian club DSV Leoben
joined the youth team of Greek giants AEK a few months ago, and now Andrej Kvas has also left to work with young players abroad. The former successful striker was last part of the Mura professional staff, but there was no room for him after Dejan Grabić took over the management of the Black and Whites. Andrej Kvas spent some time thinking about how to move forward, and in the meantime received several offers, but finally decided to move to neighbouring Austria. There he joined the ambitious DSV Leoben, led by the famous Carsten Jancker. Andrej Kvas, meanwhile, will be the new head coach of the juniors in the second Austrian league.
Andrej Kvas, 42, a young Slovenian national team player in his time, already has experience of Austrian football, where he played 92 games and scored 44 goals. In his career he also played for Maribor, Celje and Aluminij, but overall he is
Telemach First League
in the first division of the Premier League. He started his coaching career in the youth team of the Graz club GAK, and before moving to Murska Sobota he worked in Ptuj, where he first worked with the youth team at Drava and then managed the youth team.
Andrej Kvas is not the only Slovenian at the club, as Žan Pelko, Luka Brkić and Tilen Pečnik play for DSV Leoben in the senior category. The Slovenian touch is therefore very much present in the team, which is openly flirting with the elite Austrian Bundesliga.
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