Both relegation struggling teams have parted ways with their managers and have hired unexperienced former players Toni Meglenski and Agron Memedi for the season closing.
left photo: Toni Meglenski; right photo: Agron Memedi
Pobeda made the fourth managerial change this season. Serbian coach Slobodan Krčmarević lasted only three matches in which he recorded one win (against Rabotnichki) and two defeats (against Sileks and Skopje).
To take his place will be former local legend Toni Meglenski. The 36-year-old defensive midfielder retired just 5 months ago after lastly featuring for Tikvesh and since has been assistant coach at Pobeda.
Vlatko Kostov yesterday gave his resignation from the bench of Renova. He left on his own and gave a statement in which he claims that the championship isn’t regular due to the many postponed matches and he doesn’t want to be part of it. Very strange behavior by him having in mind that all the postponed matches had a good reason for that plus postponing matches happens in all league in the world, not just in Macedonia.
Renova decided to give chance to a managerial duo. One of the two coaches is 37-year-old left back Agron Memedi who this season played only one game back in September. The other coach is Kushtrim Abdulahu.