The Executive Board of the National Health Service confirmed the selection for the new selector of the members’ women’s national team at a correspondence meeting. The Slovenes will now be led by 39-year-old Saša Kolman, whose baptismal match awaits as early as next week, when the League of Nations begins.
During his career, the 39-year-old football expert worked as a head coach in Nova Gorica and the Australian club South Melbourne FC, as well as the head of Real Madrid’s football academy in the United Arab Emirates.
Saša Kolman will make his debut on the bench of the women’s national team next Friday, when Slovenia begins competition in the Women’s League of Nations B, in which they will face the Czech Republic, Belarus and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Kolman will welcome the women’s national team on Monday at Brdo pri Kranje, and after four days of preparation, the Slovenian women’s first match awaits on Friday at 4:00 p.m. in Krško, when the Czechs will be on the other side.
Kolman, his brother Nejc Kolman was also a footballer, as a player he wore the jerseys of Tolmin, in the ranks of which he finished his playing career ten years ago, Gorica, Primorje, Lendava Nafta, he also played in the Faroe Islands.
Kolman replaced Borut Jarac on the coaching bench of the women’s national team, who resigned after an open letter from the players, in which they pointed out the bad situation in the national team.