Dinamo Zagreb coach Zoran Mamic was sentenced to 4 years and 8 months in prison as part of the fraud case against him and resigned after the verdict.
Dinamo Zagreb’s preparations for the Europa League match against Tottenham have turned into chaos after manager Zoran Mamic’s punishment
Mamic and her brother Zdravko could not be cleared of the 2018 corruption charges. The Croatian supreme court upheld the initial verdicts Monday.
“I DO NOT FEEL GUILTY”
Making a statement on the subject after his resignation, Mamic said, “I do not feel guilty. I said before that I would resign when the court decision was announced. I wish the club success.” used expressions.
Damir Krznar replaced Zoran Mamic as the head of the team in Dinamo Zagreb, which will play against Tottenham on Thursday in the UEFA Europa League.