Smashed them so bad that our crowd was completely out of it from the start of the 3rd. 97-54 and back in the euroleagueroud:
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.What are you talking about ?
Well, we are down to 2 games left in the season.In regards to our remaining fixtures we have -
Wednesday, May 15th - away vs. Mladost Lucani (Serbian Cup Semifinal 2nd leg, CZ leads 4-1 on aggregate)
Sunday, May 19th - home vs. Napredak Krusevac (last round of the Jelen Super Liga)
Thursday, May 23rd - neutral ground vs. Partizan or Radnicki Nis (Serbian Cup Final)
Radnicki Nis face our eternal rivals at the same time we are away in Lucani. Radnicki lost the first game away in Belgrade 1-0.
Milojevic is staying, once more proving why he is the best coach we've had in a very long time. This is also why the Serbian sports media cannot always be trusted. Milojevic has very much shut them up regarding this with his decision.Milojevic is gone just as I predicted
They'd sell all his players, keep the profit, piss him off, force him out, and Partizan will win the league next season lol
It's so predictable. They only try to achieve something once every 10 years that's their goal. Make it to the CL group stages and rake in some money.
The naivety of some of you guys is hilarious thinking something would have changed.