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Bajovic steps into Sutjeska breach

Published: Saturday 17 January 2004, 15.10CET
FK Sutjeska have confirmed that Miodrag Bajovic will be their new coach, agreeing an initial six-month deal.

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Published: Saturday 17 January 2004, 15.10CET

Bajovic steps into Sutjeska breach

FK Sutjeska have confirmed that Miodrag Bajovic will be their new coach, agreeing an initial six-month deal.

FK Sutjeska have confirmed that Miodrag Bajovic will be their new coach.

Six-month deal
Bajovic has agreed an initial six-month contract, with both sides agreeing to review the situation at the end of the season. Bajovic replaces Slavenko Kuzeljevic, who resigned two days before the final round of matches at the end of the first half of the Serbo-Montenegrin campaign.

'Hard work brings results'
Bajovic, who played for Sutjeska and FK Partizan before becoming coach of FK Mogren, is confident of success with his new club, saying: "Our duty is to repeat the success from last season, when we earned a place in the UEFA Intertoto Cup. I'm not afraid; I believe hard work brings good results." Sutjeska are eleventh in the 16-team Prva Savezna Liga.

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