Finally, the management of Konyaspor, which separated from Ilhan Balut, appointed Aleksandar Stanojević, who recently coached Partizan, one of the Serbian Premier League teams, to lead the team, and a 1.5-year contract was signed with the signing ceremony held at the Konya Metropolitan Municipal Stadium yesterday.
The green-white team, who will face Gaziantep away on Thursday 19 January in the Turkish Cup round of 16, have been training at Koyuncu Grup Kayacık’s facilities under the leadership of their new coach, Serbian technician Aleksandar Stanojević. The training, led by Stanojević, began with warm-up exercises and ended with 10-on-10 passing games and tactical exercises.
Stanojević said after the training, “I want to show myself as much as possible. I am a hard worker and hard worker. I believe that a new leaf will bring me new chances and opportunities. I am really happy to be here. I was under pressure at my previous team, there were times when we were with the fans. Naturally Of course, the anticipation and excitement of the fans gives us a different hope and effort.”I am very happy with the feelings and reactions of the fans,” he said.
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