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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old May 19th, 2009, 16:15 Thread Starter
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Josip Kuze, the new coach of Albania

I guess Baric was involved in getting Kuze with FSHF. The media was reporting that the guy has a serious gambling problem:smileani:, let's hope he gambles on our younger players giving them more playing time. He will be the first foreign coach to live in Albania.

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old May 19th, 2009, 16:58
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I'm glad that the contract is only for one year with the option for FSHF to extend. This guy will most certainly work unlike Haan but I don't see a difference between having an Albanian coach and this guy. An Albanian coach would also be cheaper and have a better will to work
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Btw Mirsad Jonuzi, an Albanian, is the new coach of Macedonia :smileani:
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That's not good actually. He will probably call albanian players to the nt instead of letting us get them.

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post #5 of 12 (permalink) Old May 19th, 2009, 19:13
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Kuze, good guy, interesting character, but a typical "Balkan coach" who will play very defensive against stronger teams. He did well in his stint with Rwanda, improved them greatly considering they were something like 120th in the world or something like that
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Btw Mirsad Jonuzi, an Albanian, is the new coach of Macedonia :smileani:
He isnt Albanian his name is JONUZ and he is half turk and half macedonian.
And dont worry about that we stell your players cause the swiss NT has more Albanians than any of our team will ever have.

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se vejat Znaminja
i neka grnat
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Please learn how to spell yourself, and good luck with whoever you have although i dont see you having any future success without Albanian players in your team.

Anyway, I think Josip Kuze is not a bad choice since he will live in Albania it actually may impact the performance of our team, lets see how it goes.
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im glad FShf has finally had balls.....good to see this guy only has 1 year guaranteed contract and that he will be living in Albania
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Kuze gave many interviews in the Croatian press. He will sign a potential 2.5 year contract (1 + 1.5) where if he does well in the remainder of the WC 2010 qualifiers he will stay on for the EC 2012 qualifying cycle and he will be paid more than Slaven Bilic (but the HNS is pretty cheap).

There were 60 managers who were looking to manage Albania, but they wanted a Croatian coach. Baric encouraged Kuze to look into the Albania job.

Kuze wants Dzemal Mustedanagic to be the U21 coach, but if the federation does not agree with that he will be the assistant manager. He is currently a scout with Dinamo Zagreb

He calls Albania "fourth tier" in European soccer but he feels there is good young talent and Albania could improve by the time of the EC 2012 qualifiers.

He also wouldn't state whether the Albanian FA looked into his gambling problems
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That Dzemal guy is prolly going to be the assistant manager. The U-21 is untouchable as most of the players are pay to play. It's weird to think the kind of corruption goes on in there and yet they still pay big money for foreign coaches.

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Kuze gave many interviews in the Croatian press. He will sign a potential 2.5 year contract (1 + 1.5) where if he does well in the remainder of the WC 2010 qualifiers he will stay on for the EC 2012 qualifying cycle and he will be paid more than Slaven Bilic (but the HNS is pretty cheap).

There were 60 managers who were looking to manage Albania, but they wanted a Croatian coach. Baric encouraged Kuze to look into the Albania job.

Kuze wants Dzemal Mustedanagic to be the U21 coach, but if the federation does not agree with that he will be the assistant manager. He is currently a scout with Dinamo Zagreb

He calls Albania "fourth tier" in European soccer but he feels there is good young talent and Albania could improve by the time of the EC 2012 qualifiers.

He also wouldn't state whether the Albanian FA looked into his gambling problems

Haha, that's just awesome. We have a gabmler as a coach. It doesn't get more proffesional than that

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Well I just hope there will be 2 assistant coaches and one of them being Albanian. Agim Canaj is unemployed so he would be a good choice.
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