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Djurovski quits Rad role

Published: Monday 12 May 2003, 17.03CET
Bosko Djurovski has resigned as FK Rad coach with the club staring relegation in the face.
Published: Monday 12 May 2003, 17.03CET

Djurovski quits Rad role

Bosko Djurovski has resigned as FK Rad coach with the club staring relegation in the face.
FK Rad coach Bosko Djurovski has resigned after a disappointing season that will almost certainly finish in relegation.

Six teams down
Djurovski made his decision following a 2-1 defeat by FK Sutjeska. With just three league games left until the end of the campaign, assistant coach Milan Milanovic will take temporary charge. Six teams will be relegated from Serbia and Montenegro's Prva savezna liga this season and Rad currently occupy 13th place.

'Sad and disappointed'
"I have not achieved good results with Rad," said Djurovski. "The club are sinking. The loss against FK Sutjeska was too much. I am leaving sad and disappointed. Our chances of avoiding relegation are really down to a minimum, but we have to give it our all."

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