Former basketball player Josip Cesar has been appointed coach of the Croatian national basketball team.
In Croatia, one of the European basketball schools, a change has been made to the main training.
After a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Croatian Basketball Federation in the capital, Zagreb, it was announced that 45-year-old Cesar was the new coach of the national basketball team.
Born in 1978 in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cesar started his football career with basketball club Zagreb in 1992, won the European gold medal with the Croatian youth national team in 1996 and was named MVP (Most Valuable Player) in the league. championship.
During his coaching career, Cesar was the head coach of the Croatian U-20 men’s national team and assisted Drazen Anzolović, the national team coach, as well as his predecessor Aleksandar Petrović.
- Balkans | Sarma, the head of the Court of Accounts of Greece, became prime minister of the provisional government
- Balkans | Invitation of the European Commissioner for Human Rights Mijatović to Greece
- Balkans | And sparked graffiti targeting Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina violent reactions
- Balkans | The transition to a circular economy has been discussed in the Bulgarian Ministry of Economy and Industry
- Balkans | Mycoskie: Chaos reigns, and early elections should be held
- Balkans | Vucic: I will support Morocco against Croatia, they are our brothers
- Balkans | Tunisia refuses to allow karate players from Kosovo to participate in the Mediterranean Championship
- Balkans | NGOs in North Macedonia visit IHH
- Balkans | 600 thousand people left Bosnia and Herzegovina in 10 years
- Balkans | Turkish Education Day on December 21 was enthusiastically celebrated in Tetovo