Milosevic leaves the Partizan

The Serbian press indicates that he resigned due to his expulsion against Vojvodina (3-2) after throwing a bottle at the referee and kicking a microphone.

The coach of Partizan Belgrade, Savo Milosevic, former player of Real Zaragoza and Osasuna, has left office after a bad start to the season, the club reported on Tuesday.

The Partizan regretted the end of cooperation "with a great Serbian and European football player" and pointed out that for "days and hours" he tried to convince Milosevic not to leave the club, according to a note from the traditional club in the Serbian capital.

The appointment of a new coach is expected, which according to the Serbian sports portal "Sport Klub" will be Aleksandar Stanojevic, who already led the team from 2010 to 2012.

After six rounds, Partizan occupies fifth place in the Serbian Super League with 12 points.

The press indicates that Milosevic resigned because he lost his nerves last Sunday, in the match in which his club was defeated by Vojvodina (3-2), and was excluded after throwing a bottle at the referee and kicking a microphone.

"I have done something ugly (...). That should not be done by a coach and pedagogue, and above all by the Partizan coach," Milosevic declared after the match.

Milosevic, 47, took the reins of Partizan in March 2019, where he began his successful career as a footballer and during which he also played for Italian Parma and British Aston Villa among several other European clubs.

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