Ahmet Candemir has been appointed coach of the Kosovar basketball team Pristina.
The statement made by the Pristina Basketball Club stated that Candemir returned to the Pristina team where he worked before with new ambition and new energy.
“Under Candemir’s leadership, the club won one of the most important trophies in its history, the Kosovo Cup which was held in Prizren in 2013,” the statement stated.
The capital team Pristina is second in the league with 25 points, while FC Pristina, one of the most successful clubs in the country, has 14 leagues and two championships in the Balkan Basketball League (BIBL).
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