The new coach of the Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team is 65-year-old Faruk Hadzibegić.
The Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which decided to separate from Bulgarian coach Ivaylo Petev, was founded in 1999. National team He signed Hadzibegić, who served as his coach.
The Executive Board of the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina approved the proposal to bring Hadzibegić to head the national team at its meeting today.
Hadzibegić, who previously coached the Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team as well as the Montenegro national football team, Gaziantepspor, Denizlispor and Diyarbakirspor, also served for MC Algiers, AC Arl, Kizilidez, Dijon and Bastia teams.
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