What are you talking about ?
I think he's commenting on some rumors that Milojevic might be leaving, but it's to be expected, given the level of success he has had. If Milojevic really believes he is no longer fit to keep moving us forward, then I highly respect his decision. If there's one person that's earned enough respect in the last two seasons to be given the freedom to make his own choices, surely it's Vladan.
At the same time, a part of me thinks a lot of this media hype (and I repeat, rumors -- nothing has been confirmed by club or coach) is really down to trying to unsettle the club's and coach's relationship with the squad and the fans. I think every normal Zvezda supporter loves Milojevic for what he has done, and will support him whatever his decision may be.
Overall, I don't think our management (meaning Mijailovic, Terzic and Mrkela) could have done much more given the circumstances of our economy to keep Milojevic as boss. If there are specific reasons, then surely those are reasons we don't know and we will never know given how old school Vladan is with the media (i.e. everything is kept between him and the club). Milojevic has been given the necessary coaching staff he desired as well as upgrades to our youth school and the players he has always wanted. We kept El Fardou Ben in January at the insistence of Milojevic even though we had a 4 million Euro offer for him which is a lot for a 30 year old coming into his last year of contract (according to certain sources). Mrkela also acquired Mirko Ivanic and Nemanja Milunovic from BATE Borisov, two great signings and someone Milojevic and his coaching staff targeted in their first summer transfer window of July 2017. These were players that Milojevic wanted during every transfer window since his arrival at the club. Given these transfer acquisitions this past winter as well as the retention of Ben, this has made me think Vladan will stay as coach, and that all of these stories surrounding his resignation are hot air given the upcoming cup final. Also, look at the contract situation in my post above. Never in my time has a Zvezda management team managed to resign almost the entire first team squad (20 of 23 players) to significant contract extensions. That's the type of stability we haven't seen in a long, long time.
As such, I truly believe that even if Milojevic does leave, it's probably on his own accord and because he is a little empty emotionally ("istrosen"), and I totally understand it. Milojevic has not shied away from how emotional he is to be coach of Red Star, a club he has played for. The same happened to Pep Guardiola, who after 3-4 years at the helm grew so visibly stressed by the pressure that he had to quit Barcelona, and that was at the time that Pep created one of the best teams, if not the best team in football history. At the same time, if the motivation is financial, I can understand that too. He is earning 600,000 euros per season currently. He could be making 2-3 million euros per season somewhere else given his current results. That is not a small difference for a coach that's still making his name. However, knowing Milojevic, a part of me just thinks it's not purely financial because he's such a perfectionist and how much he wants to challenge himself. That's why, I'll be very surprised if he goes to somewhere like China, Qatar, or UAE for the money as he doesn't strike me as that type of coach and person. If he leaves, something tells me he is moving West and wants to test himself against the biggest names in football in one of the top 5, 6 leagues. For example, Marco Rose, the Salzburg boss that is seen as one of the best upcoming coaches in world football (the young coach we took out in the CL qualifiers this past fall) is going to Borussia Monchengladbach to be their head coach. I wonder if Milojevic has targeted a similar career trajectory.
I for one hope Milojevic stays and sees out the last year of his contract. That would be incredible and whatever happens I don't think his stock would fall that much for him not to warrant these types of contract offers next summer even if we didn't have the same level of results in Europe, as it'll be hard to match this season. If he doesn't stay, I at least hope a good amount of his coaching structure will stay including Milan Kosanovic who's known as one of the best tactical and youth coaches in the Eastern European region and someone responsible for developing our youngsters into the first team.
In regards to DZ's comments - he is too cynical and is making some huge assumptions that to your point Fleka, are out of place. I think DZ is reacting to the BS media hype that's being propagated.