FK Radnicki Obrenovac have named Goran Milojevic as the new coach of the Prva Savezna Liga side.
Milojevic, who had signed a two-year contract, was in charge at FK Rudar Pljevlja last season, but was unable to prevent the club slipping out of the top flight. He had previously been in charge at FK Zeleznik in 2001/02.
Successful playing career
The 45-year-old Serbian coach enjoyed a successful playing career, starring for FK Crvena Zvezda and FK Partizan, and also played in Spain. Milojevic also made five international appearances.
'We believe in him'
"We decided to go with a young coach for the future," said Obrenovac's sporting director Velibor Djuric. "Our players are also very young and we think that they will enjoy a good relationship with the new coach. Milojevic want to work in our club, he understands both the game and all the duties his job will entail, and Obrenovac believe in him."
'Judged on results'
"I'm satisfied with everything," said Milojevic. "I knew very well that I will be judged on results and I am not afraid."
Newly-promoted Obrenovac experienced a difficult first season in the top flight in 2002/03, changing coaches four times, with Cvijetin Blagojevic, Bosko Djurovski, Velibor Djuric and Mihajlo Ivanovic all taking charge of the club.
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