View Poll Results: Who will/should be the next HC

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  • Pesic (Serbian club)

    7 30.43%
  • Obradovic (Greek club)

    4 17.39%
  • Vujosevic (F/A)

    5 21.74%
  • Maljkovic (Russian club)

    2 8.70%
  • Kokoskov (Georgia/Phoenix Suns)

    2 8.70%
  • Ivanovic (Spanish club)

    0 0%
  • Other

    3 13.04%
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Thread: Who will/should coach Serbia going forward.

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    Default Who will/should coach Serbia going forward.

    Second Ivkovic era likely over.

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    You obviously dislike Serbs... otherwise you wouldn't put Maljković on the list

    Btw. Pešić said he doesn't see himself fit as a coach of Zvezda as well as NT. He'll discuss it with Ivković first before making a judgement though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joško Poljak Fan View Post
    You obviously dislike Serbs... otherwise you wouldn't put Maljković on the list

    Btw. Pešić said he doesn't see himself fit as a coach of Zvezda as well as NT. He'll discuss it with Ivković first before making a judgement though.

    haha! I'm the one who voted for him and yes I can't say I like serbs so much

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    German citizen Swetislaw Peschitz is very close to reach a 4-year deal with Germany (he will remain Red Star coach).

    Zeljko Obradovic said he won't coach the NT anymore.

    Montenegrin Dusko Vujosevic chances to coach again the NT are null since he was heavily involved in Nikola Pekovic's case.

    Croatia native Bozidar Maljkovic has done a great job, his daughter is coaching Serbian Women NT. That's enough.

    US citizen Igor Kokoskov has issues with his wife about overtime work during summer.

    Montenegrin Dusko Ivanovic is coaching in Spain, so he can't coach any National Team.


    Miroslav Nikolic, Sasa Djordjevic or Aleksandar Trifunovic are the only ones who can take the job right now.

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    Josip Vranković is available.
    "Heja, heja Cibosi, hrabri kao vukovi,

    heja, heja cibosi, vodite nas k pobjedi. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by serbianhoops View Post


    Miroslav Nikolic, Sasa Djordjevic or Aleksandar Trifunovic are the only ones who can take the job right now.
    Aleksandar Đikić?
    "Heja, heja Cibosi, hrabri kao vukovi,

    heja, heja cibosi, vodite nas k pobjedi. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Picek View Post
    Aleksandar Đikić?
    Come on. The guy almost managed to relegate Serbian U20 National Team this year. He is a talented coach with one season of phenomenal results on club level, but seriously, how would you trust him with Senior NT if he almost relegated the U20.

    Please, take Maljković. I'll pay you from my own pocket to take him.

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    Why it has to be a Serb ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by elaj View Post
    Come on. The guy almost managed to relegate Serbian U20 National Team this year. He is a talented coach with one season of phenomenal results on club level, but seriously, how would you trust him with Senior NT if he almost relegated the U20.
    from my (croatian) point of view he would be almost as good solution as Vranjković..
    "Heja, heja Cibosi, hrabri kao vukovi,

    heja, heja cibosi, vodite nas k pobjedi. "

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    Why would Serbia need a new coach when they already have a GREAT coach. Only way Serbia will need a new coach is if Ivkovic steps down, but I have a feeling that this year's disappointment will motivate him and the players to have a great 2013 EURO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sitting Bull View Post
    Second Ivkovic era likely over.
    Who said that!? Is that your personal opinion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunOverHStreet View Post
    Who said that!? Is that your personal opinion?
    http://www.b92.net/sport/teme/ozmo.p...&nav_id=542826

    author of this text thinks the same when ending his article with ..."KSS needs to find a good replacement for Ivković, the man who created this team.."
    "Heja, heja Cibosi, hrabri kao vukovi,

    heja, heja cibosi, vodite nas k pobjedi. "

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    Obradovic wouldn't coach a Serbian NT after 2005
    Vujosevic, I am not sure, but I think he is not a guy for elite teams
    Pesic probably will be coaching the German NT

    All the rest are out level-wise, IMO..

    Ivkovic should continue being the Serbian NT coach
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    Quote Originally Posted by wardjdim View Post
    Ivkovic should continue being the Serbian NT coach
    I agree!
    Quote Originally Posted by Picek View Post
    http://www.b92.net/sport/teme/ozmo.p...&nav_id=542826

    author of this text thinks the same when ending his article with ..."KSS needs to find a good replacement for Ivković, the man who created this team.."
    Who is Saša Ozmo? An unknown guy in sports journalism... B92 turned into one of the worst media.

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    Bogdan Tanjevic

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    Greg Popovich or Ettore Messina.

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    Quote Originally Posted by serbianhoops View Post
    german citizen swetislaw peschitz is very close to reach a 4-year deal with germany (he will remain red star coach).

    Zeljko obradovic said he won't coach the nt anymore.

    Montenegrin dusko vujosevic chances to coach again the nt are null since he was heavily involved in nikola pekovic's case.

    Croatia native bozidar maljkovic has done a great job, his daughter is coaching serbian women nt. That's enough.

    Us citizen igor kokoskov has issues with his wife about overtime work during summer.

    montenegrin dusko ivanovic is coaching in spain, so he can't coach any national team.


    Miroslav nikolic, sasa djordjevic or aleksandar trifunovic are the only ones who can take the job right now.
    wtf it's must be a fake :d
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    Can we be serious?
    I mean,who Serbians themselves want ?

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    99% Ivkovic will remain as the coach. He will not be fired that is for sure the only way he leaves is if he thinks the time has come to retire from the NT.

    Let's not forget Serbia is only 2-3 solid players away from being top 3 teams in the next EURO. Having next years summer off will do wonders for the team, which also means players will have 2 full seasons to show if they are worth the NT.

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    The question is not (and shouldn't be) "who will/should coach Serbia?" but "who will/should coach Croatia?"
    Sexuality when one reaches their 30s is either mainstream or sick, but no matter what, it isn't pure

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