- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 27, 2016

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) - Serbia has fired coach Radovan Curcic, five months after the country’s national soccer team failed to qualify for the European Championship.

A statement by the country’s soccer federation on Wednesday did not name a successor. Belgrade media have linked Slavoljub Muslin to the position. A former Red Star Belgrade player, the 62-year-old Muslin has had a long coaching career at home and abroad.

Curcic became Serbia’s coach in November 2014.

The federation also said national team director Savo Milosevic has resigned.


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