Miroslav Djukic, new coach of Valencia for the next two seasons
The Serbian coach Miroslav Djukic will be the next coach of Valencia CF the next two seasons. The former Valencia player Ernesto Valverde takes the place of coaching a table for the first time in recent years will not participate in the continental showpiece.
“It is fulfilling a dream to become the coach of a big team like Valencia but also a great responsibility for what this requires. But I am ready and calm because we mimbres to do great things and we will work for it”, he claimed.
“The template is very good. I am very happy with the team I have, we expect a nice job. We have a competitive team prepared to meet the objectives of the club”, he stressed.
Djukic who played six seasons as Valencia and settled in Valencia after retiring, he said: “I'm happy to go home, my club, and I hope to fulfill all expectations the club has deposited in me and meet the objectives, What is the most important. I'm very happy”.
Balkan technical AVE coincided with Prince Felipe de Borbon and when the media joked with him by indicating he had aroused more media attention, he replied laughingly: “yes, good, But the prince is much more important than I”.
Djukic was accompanied sporting director of Valencia, Braulio Vázquez, with whom he acknowledged Monday and were planning preseason. “We talked above all of the preseason, parties to plan ahead. I'm happy with the preseason because we have very strong rivals, world class and we can see where we are compared to the best”, he concluded.
Win out or not? It is difficult to know.