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10:45 02-December-2016

Đukić new coach of Montenegro

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Written by: Rasmus Boysen

The Serbian coach Dragan Đukić replaces Ljubomir Obradovic as head coach of the Montenegrin national team.

After the shocking scandal where the head coach of Montenegro, Ljubomir Obradovic, resigned only one day before the European Qualifier against Sweden due to an incident at training, the Montenegrin Handball Federation has found the successor.

The current head coach of the Israeli club Maccabi Tel Aviv, Dragan Đukić, has agreed to become the new national head coach of Montenegro. He led his club team to the first EHF Cup group phase participation ever this season.

The 54-year-old Serb has previously been head coach of the national team of Macedonia, Switzerland, Great Britain, Jordan and Israel and trained clubs as RK Red Star Belgrade, RK Vardar, Pick Szeged and Madeira.

Furthermore, the Montenegrin Handball Federation revealed the following:

For the director of the national team was Blazo Lisicic appointed.
The current head coach of Budva Riviera, Brano Bozovic, is the new men's junior national team head coach.
For the cadet national team was Zoran Abramovich appointed.

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