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Managerial changes in Yugoslavia

Published: Friday 4 January 2002, 8.15CET
Bogic Bogicevic and Cedomir Djoincevic have taken the reins at FK Zemun and FK Mladost Apatin.
Published: Friday 4 January 2002, 8.15CET

Managerial changes in Yugoslavia

Bogic Bogicevic and Cedomir Djoincevic have taken the reins at FK Zemun and FK Mladost Apatin.
Bogic Bogicevic has taken the coaching reins at FK Zemun, replacing Milojun Ostojic who resigned from the club after just seven weeks in charge.

Former goalkeeper
During his short spell in charge of Zemun, Ostojic's record was two wins, a draw and four losses. The club are precariously placed in 12th position, just above the relegation zone, meaning a difficult task ahead for Bogicevic, a goalkeeper with Zemun in the early 1980s.

Replaces Dogandzic
Meanwhile, former FK Rad coach Cedomir Djoincevic is the ne w coach of 1st Liga strugglers FK Mladost Apatin. Djoincevic has replaced Slobodan Dogandzic who left with Apatin bottom of the table. "This club does not have the ambition to stay in the top division," Dogandzic said.

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