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10:08 30-November-2016

Šundovski new coach of Montenegro?

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Photo: (Zvonko Šundovski in the back) eurohandball.com

Written by: Rasmus Boysen

According to rumors from Sportmedia.mk the Macedonian coach Zvonko Šundovski has received an offer from the Montenegrin Handball Federation.

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 hasn't found a successor yet.

According to Sportmedia.mk the former Macedonian national coach Zvonko Šundovski has got an offer from the Montenegrin Handball Federation to take over the Montenegrin national team.

The 49-year-old coach from Bitola is currently head coach in the Romanian top club CSM Bucharest, but previously has been the Macedonian national coach from 2008 to 2013 and head coach of RK Pelister (2003-2007), RK Metalurg Skopje (2007-2009) and HCM Constanta (2012-2015)

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