Mamic and his brother Zdravko had been discovered responsible of corruption and the rulings had been upheld on Monday
Dinamo Zagreb’s arrangements for his or her Europa League conflict with Tottenham have been thrown into disarray as coach Zoran Mamic has resigned after being sentenced to 4 years and 8 months in prison.
Mamic and his brother Zdravko have been discovered responsible on corruption prices in 2018.
Croatia’s ideally suited courtroom docket upheld the preliminary rulings on Monday, and Mamic tendered his resignation.
What was said
“Although I donot feel guilty, I resigned. If the verdict remains in force, I will resign,”Mamet said in a statement on theclub’s official website. “I wish the club all the best …
What can Dynamo expect?
The club‘s board accepted the manager’s resignation and immediately appointed Damir Krznar as his successor.Krznar faces a daunting task: Dynamo will face Spurs in the second round of the 16th Europa League. They lost 2-0 in the first round in London last Thursday.
Will They Be Able To perform well.
Due to change in manager Dynamo might find it very difficult to perform well because the orientation of the new manager might affect the performance of the players.
what can be done?
The only solution to the team avoiding relegation is to ensure proper training and encouragement.Continue reading
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