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Nenad Bjelica forgot the time he spent in Turkey and took up a job in the Bundesliga

Former GNK Dinamo and NK Osijek coach Nenad Bjelica is the new Union Berlin coach. The former coach became Ursu Fischer, who was judged by bad results, and the team was led by Marco Grote against Augsburg. Union played tied with Augsburg, and the result was 1:1.

At first, it was written that Raul Gonzalez would take over the helm of the German team, and it was clear from managerial circles that Croatian coach Nenad Bjelica was the first choice. Union Berlin has officially presented Bjelica, and his assistant Danijel Jumić is coming with him.

Fischer led Union Berlin for five years and turned it into a Bundesliga hit club and won a place in the UEFA Champions League. They sentenced him to nine defeats in the Bundesliga and an early exit from the German Cup. Union Berlin currently has seven points, and in the Champions League, it has only one point won in four games.

As for Nenad Bjelica, after his playing career, he was the coach of Kärnten from Austria, Lustenau, Wolfsberger, and Austria. After that, he worked in Italy and Poland, before returning to Croatia. He led Dinamo, with whom he has won two league titles and one cup, and advanced in European groups. He was later the coach of NK Osijek. Waiting for him in Berlin is Croatian national team member Josip Juranović, who has been playing well in the Bundesliga.

Good luck with further work and training.

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