Friday, 06. December 2013 - 18:12
21. 08. 12. - 10:00
After one and a half years the era of Croatian football coach Robert Prosinecki on the bench of Serbian side Red Star Belgrade has ended.
On Monday morning Prosinecki watched his former club train from a distance before confirming his departure with the media. Prosinecki had earlier held talks with the club's board after Red Star dropped points at home on the weekend.
It looks as though the draw on the weekend was the straw that broke the camel's back as the club's board expressed disappointment with only one victory in the last five matches.
"I am speaking from the heart, this is my club and I am sorry that I am no longer the trainer. We have agreed to part ways, I don't know what to say," said Prosinecki.
The former Barcelona and Real Madrid star said the decision was his own. "The decision was mine, I can not do it anymore. I worked honestly and done all I could, I gave it my all. I feel like I can not lead the club anymore, because of pressure, and everything," concluded Prosinecki.
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