Vladimir Vermezović has been on the bench of Mura for four first league games without a win: “This time we absolutely didn’t deserve it!”
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While it is undoubtedly true that Vladimir Vermezović’s Mura has raised the level of the game to a higher level since his arrival in Murska Sobota, the Black and Whites, under the guidance of the expert from Serbia, are not yet achieving results that the fans would be satisfied with. Moreover, a four-game winless streak in the league is not exactly a reason to be in a good mood in Fazanerija, especially since Mura squandered the advantage against Koper (2:0 to 2:2) and against Radomlje (1:0 to 1:1).
“I have to be honest, so I will admit: we absolutely did not deserve to win away at Radomlje, although it is true that the hosts only equalised just before the break,“, after a draw on the green at Kamnik Bistrica pointed out A 60-year-old Vladimir Vermezovic, who is in Telemach First League last celebrated 27 September, more than a month ago.
“The fact is that we made a huge number of mistakes in this match, but fortunately for us we were not punished earlier,” continued the former coach of Partizan Belgrade , admitting honestly: “I don‘t know how we would have survived the rest of the match if Radomlje had scored before the end of the game...”
Vermezović: “One point is enough”
Vladimir Vermezović also said that Mura had more than enough chances to have saved the game before Sandi Nuhanović’s goal. “If we had made the most of half of what we have created, the result would now be more favourable for us. It is what it is. We didn’t lose, it’s always better to add points than to copy them from the previous round. I think that this time a point at Radomlje, a very good team, is enough no matter what.”
Mura will be back in action in November, with Vladimir Vermezović leading his charges on Saturday against Aluminij, who got a point away to Olimpija last weekend in Stožice.
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