Trabzonspor announced that it had reached an agreement with coach Nenad Bilica until the end of the 2024-25 season.
Trabzonspor’s new coach has been announced. Karadeniz’s team signed a contract with Nenad Bilica.
After the resignation of Abdullah Avci in Trabzonspor, he continued to work with Orhan Ak.
Ihsane Dirilioglu was in charge of the team in the Besiktas match.
Bilica last coached the Croatian club NK Osijek. The Croatian coach, who will arrive in Trabzon this evening, will head to Sivas with the team tomorrow.
– Nenad Pelica
Nenad Pelica was born on August 20, 1971 in Osijek, Croatia. The 51-year-old coach started his football career at Osijek, his hometown team, and decided to retire after playing for Albacati, Betis, Las Palmas, Kaiserslautern, Admira Wicker and Kärnten clubs.
Bjelica started his coaching career at Karnten, the club where he left football. Coached Andra Austria Wien, Spezia, Lech Poznań, Dinamo Zagreb and, most recently, Osijek.
– Dinamo shone in Zagreb
Nenad Bjelica, who spent his golden era at Dinamo Zagreb, averaged 2.30 points in 99 games played at the helm.
Dinamo Zagreb under Bilica’s management, winner of the Croatian Cup in the 2017-18 season, also finished the Croatian League as champions in the 2017-18 and 2018-2019 seasons. Bilica also succeeded with his team in winning the Super Cup in the 2019-2020 season.
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