Can his last team was OFI, but Valdas Dabrauskas, who is said to be the favorite to take over the Omonia bench, is “baked” in claiming trophies. And in their conquest!
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The 47-year-old Lithuanian coach, who seems to be Jesper Jansson's first choice to replace Sofronis Augustis and according to what has been leaked, has in his hands the proposal of the greens with the team's management awaiting his answer , has won a total of 11 titles with his previous teams.
Apart from OFI, Dabrauskas did not only win a trophy with the team with which he started his coaching career, Ekranas (2013/14) and with Croatian Gorica (2020). Won title with Zalgiris, Riga, Ludogorets and Hajduk Split.
He celebrated the most trophies with Zalgiris, taking seven in less than three years (December 2014 – October 2017). In particular, he was crowned champion in all three seasons, in two of them he won the cup by doing a double (2014/15, 2015/16) while he also celebrated two super cups (2015/16, 2016/17).
Followed his passage through Latvia and Riga for two years and something (December 2017 – February 2020) where he won the cup in the 2018/19 season, while after Gorica where he had a “barren” year, he went to Bulgaria for the Ludogorets (January – October 2021) with which he was crowned champion, subsequently taking the super cup.
A month after the termination of his cooperation with Ludogorets, the 47-year-old returned to Croatia on behalf of Hajduk Split where he sat for almost a year (November 2021 – September 2022) and was crowned cup winner, taking his 11th and last trophy to date, as the his next and last team to date was OFI.
Dabrauskas took over the bench of Cretans on October 25, 2022 and led them to an excellent course and to the 7th place of the Super League, while the his start to the current season, with just one defeat in the first eight matches and with big wins over Aris, PAOK and AEK. However, a five-match winless run (three defeats) followed which was deemed enough to bring about his sacking, with the three-time Lithuanian coach of the year (2016, 2020, 2021) currently free and considering the offer of Omonia.
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