31. 01. 2020

RUS W: Dinamo Moscow appoint their ex-assistant as new head coach

Source: vldinamo.ru; Photo: Nenad Negovanović/okcrvenazvezda.com

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The most titled female volleyball club in Europe, Dinamo Moscow, appointed the new head coach.

 

The reigning champions of Russia, Dinamo Moscow, will have the new head coach in the continuation of the season. The 56-year-old Serbian expert Željko Bulatović took over the command of the powerhouse from the hands of Aleksandr Sukomel, who will serve as his assistant.

Bulatović returned to the team from the Russian capital after less than 2 years as he worked as an assistant coach to his compatriot Zoran Terzić in the 2017/18 season, in which Dinamo won the national title. He also assisted Terzić in the Turkish side of Fenerbahçe Opet, this season. Bulatović is the former first assistant in the Serbia Men’s National Team.

Dinamo are currently the 5th placed in the Russian Championship with 7 wins and even 5 losses. In the CEV Champions League, after suffering a sensational defeat to Bulgarian Maritza Plovdiv, they are in 2nd place in the pool with 2 wins from 4 matches.

 

See our sections - Transfers - Done Deals and Transfers - Rumors.

 

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