12. 05. 2019

IND M: Dragan Mihailovic takes over India!

Source: Pro Volleyball League India, Photo: sreenshot

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The Volleyball Federation of India has appointed Serbian expert Dragan Mihailovic as the new head coach of their men’s national team.

Mr. S. Vasudevan, VFI president: “We at VFI are really happy to have an experienced coach as Dragan at the helm of India men’s volleyball team. We are confident that Indian volleyball will reach great heights in the coming years.”

 

Dragan Mihailovic: “It gives me great pleasure to be associated with the Indian national team. There is immense talent here and I am excited to work with them.
I have had several discussions with the VFI and we are completely aligned on our goals, I am confident we can deliver results to take Indian volleyball to greater hights.”

Besides the men’s national team, Dragan Mihailovic will also be working closely with the U-23 men’s and other junior teams representing India.

 


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