He will not continue on the bench of the “blue and yellow”
Vladan Milojević will not continue on the “blue and yellow” bench.
The announcement from APOEL
We would like to inform you that in a meeting held between a delegation of the administration and the coach of our team, an overall assessment of the year was made and the possibility of extending the cooperation between us was discussed. From the administration's point of view, the intention was expressed to our coach, to renew the cooperation. Mr. Milojević thanked the management for their intention, but decided that he will not continue working at APOEL. We would like to sincerely thank Mr. Milojević and his coaching team for the cooperation between us. We spent a difficult and highly competitive year together, we fought honestly with all our strength for the great goal of winning both the championship and the cup and we sincerely thank him for his overall management until the last match. We invite our people, as they have done throughout the season, to come and support the team and our coach and the last match of the league. Let's thank him all together for the offer of both him and his direct partners. We wish them all the best in the next chapter of their coaching careers.
Vladan Milojević's statement
“I want to thank the entire structure of APOEL for the cooperation between us. I am proud to have worked in a team with a long history and with people who followed us in every stadium in Cyprus. It was a very difficult year, full of challenges. I think that both me and my partners and my footballers gave everything to make the world of APOEL proud. We may not have reciprocated, but with a title they can be sure that we did not stop believing and fighting until the last game, trying to find every possible solution. I want to thank the management, all my partners and the team staff . I also thank my footballers, with whom we shared moments of joy and moments of sadness, always acting as a family. Finally, a huge thank you, to the world of APOEL, for the acceptance and trust shown in me. I pay them respect and wish them the best for the years to come.”