Savo Milosevic new coach of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Savo Milosevic new coach of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Serbian Savo Milosevic è the new coach of the national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This was announced today by the local soccer federation in Sarajevo.

Milosevic (50) è the third coach to sit on the Bosnian bench since the beginning of this year's European Championship qualifiers. His predecessors Faruk Hadzibegic and Meho Kodro were exonerated after four and two national team matches, respectively.

Considered one of the best strikers in the Balkans, Milosevic has a long and rich competitive career, having played for first the Yugoslav and then the Serbian national teams, scoring 37 goals in 102 appearances. He has worn the jersey of numerous European clubs, from Partizan Belgrade (of which he è was also coach) to Aston Villa, Zaragoza to Parma, Espanol to Celta, and again Osasuna and Rubin Kazan.

Milosevic will make his debut on the bench of Bosnia and Herzegovina on Oct. 13 with the trip to Liechtenstein, the seventh round of the qualifiers for the 2024 European Championship.

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