09. 02. 2019

SLO M: Andrej Urnaut is no longer coach of ACH Volley Ljubljana

Source: https://www.facebook.com/achvolleyljubljana/

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ACH Volley Ljubljana announced on social media they parted ways with the coach Andrej Urnaut.

 

Andrej Urnaut came to Ljubljana in May 2018 and until now ACH Volley won the Slovenian Cup, they are the leaders in 1. Slovenian Volleyball League, (1. DOL), and in MEVZA Cup. In CEV Champions league they are still without victory but they showed good displays, especially in home game against Russian giant Zenit Saint Petersburg when they lost 2-3.

Reasons for this decision are still officially not released.

Until the end of the season, the team will be led by the current player and captain Matija Plesko.

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