Mirko Campara is Assistant Coach in Futsal National Team of Bosnia-Herzegovina

first_imgA long-time captain of Tango from East Sarajevo and current coach of that club, Mirko Čampara, received a new engagement in the futsal national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina.Following the resignation of Ivan Stanković from the position of assistant coach in the technical staff of Ivo Krezo, the FF BH Executive Board confirmed at its 45th session the proposal of the FA RS and appointed Čampara to that position.“I am honoured to have been appointed as the assistant coach in the futsal team. I am grateful to all who have given me confidence. The first thing I noticed upon arriving at the futsal team was the great atmosphere that prevails among the players, the technical staff and other people who work with the futsal team, so I had no difficulties to fit in”, says Čampara.This young expert is pleased with the game of the futsal team in qualifications for the 2022 EURO:“The results in the first two rounds are really impressive, especially considering that the team first came together in this squad. I believe we are well on our way to achieving good results with one rejuvenated team.”Čampara expects 3 points in tomorrow’s match with Switzerland:“The Swiss play worse than last year, when they also participated in the tournament in Zenica. They showed it at a match with Cyprus yesterday, when they were defeated convincingly. Of course, we will not underestimate them. We are maximally entering tomorrow’s match and I believe we will have no problems.”Mirko Čampara looks optimistically at the future of the futsal team:“We will work more on playing the team in the next period. There are more experienced players out of this tournament due to injuries. We all hope that this generation can achieve to qualify for the big competition. We have a long way to go, but we believe we have the quality to achieve our goals.”last_img

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