Viole leave Kidričevo in protest, Maribor coach Damir Krznar talks about his future: ‘It’s not just up to me’
The victory over Radomlje was just a flash in the pan, but it did not ward off the crisis. Maribor was disappointing again in Kidričevo and even lost to Aluminij. The members of the Viole fan group were so disappointed that they left the stadium in Kidričevo before the end of the match, and Damir Krznar, the coach of Maribor, spoke about his future after the match, which the hosts won 1:0.
“Three days ago, the same line-up played the game and performed completely differently. She had energy and confidence. This was not the case today, although there were no changes in the starting eleven. My future? It’s not just up to me. But I will continue to look for answers and solutions,” said Damir Krznar after the game in Kidričevo, who admitted after Radomlje that he would probably not be the coach of the Štajerska anymore if they had not won.
Damir Krznar: “We’ll see in a few days”
Damir Krznar was not so harsh in his words now, but there was a sense in his voice that the future was uncertain. “The difficult days are behind us, and such days are now upon us again. We need to ask ourselves a lot of hard questions and find the answers. We will see in a few days whether we will be able to find solutions,” admitted the former Dinamo Zagreb coach.
On whether he will stay at Ljudski vrt or not, Damir Krznar added: “It is certainly not easy for me at the moment. Considering all the difficult moments we have already experienced, we saw the light at the end of the tunnel after the Radomlje game. The new game came quickly, maybe we should have changed the starting line-up a bit, but there were no indications that the players were too tired before the game. I think the problem today was not fitness, but lack of aggression and fight.“
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