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February 11, 2014 Comments Off on STANOJEVIC NEXT

The Serbian Football Association wishes for giving the charge of the national side to Aleksandar Stanojevic, but, they are not likely to succeed in doing that because China which is believed to have a bigger budget is also trying to have a deal with the former defender.

Stanojevic has been working in China since almost 3 years now and he has had reasonable amount of success there. He has managed two clubs in the country so far and has helped both of them in pulling off better results.

The 40 years old Yugoslavian had done well as manager in Serbia too when he was in charge of Partizan Belgrade. He had guided them to the league as well as the Cup glory and that too in the same season i.e. 2010-11.

He has built a very good reputation as manager in the last 5 years or so and that’s why, he is being wanted by the football associations of two countries at the same time.

As far as the Serbian team is concerned, they haven’t played that well in the recent times. Their World Cup qualifying campaign was a failure and due to that the previous manager, Sinisa Mihajlovic, quit. There were attempts being made to convince him to reconsider that decision of his, but, he was rigid and he eventually signed for the Italian club Sampdoria.

That forced Serbia officials to start searching the new manager and the first person that they have thought of is Stanojevic.

Taking to the reporters yesterday, the head of the Serbian Football Association Tomislav Karadzic said, “Yes, Stanojevic is on our radar, but, we have got to know that China is also looking to have him. Let’s see what happens.”
Stanojevic hasn’t got the experience of playing international football at senior level. He featured for Yugoslavia only at the U-16 level.

The Serbian Football Association wishes for giving the charge of the national side to Aleksandar Stanojevic, but, they are not likely to succeed in doing that because China which is believed to have a bigger budget is also trying to have a deal with the former defender.

Stanojevic has been working in China since almost 3 years now and he has had reasonable amount of success there. He has managed two clubs in the country so far and has helped both of them in pulling off better results.

The 40 years old Yugoslavian had done well as manager in Serbia too when he was in charge of Partizan Belgrade. He had guided them to the league as well as the Cup glory and that too in the same season i.e. 2010-11.

He has built a very good reputation as manager in the last 5 years or so and that’s why, he is being wanted by the football associations of two countries at the same time.

As far as the Serbian team is concerned, they haven’t played that well in the recent times. Their World Cup qualifying campaign was a failure and due to that the previous manager, Sinisa Mihajlovic, quit. There were attempts being made to convince him to reconsider that decision of his, but, he was rigid and he eventually signed for the Italian club Sampdoria.

That forced Serbia officials to start searching the new manager and the first person that they have thought of is Stanojevic.

Taking to the reporters yesterday, the head of the Serbian Football Association Tomislav Karadzic said, “Yes, Stanojevic is on our radar, but, we have got to know that China is also looking to have him. Let’s see what happens.”
Stanojevic hasn’t got the experience of playing international football at senior level. He featured for Yugoslavia only at the U-16 level.

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