Arriving in Indonesia, Dragan Djukanovic is ready to bring PSIS back on a positive track | Bolaindo

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PSIS Semarang coach, Dragan Djukanovic has arrived in Indonesia to return to work as an architect for the team called Laskar Mahesa Jenar in the second round of BRI Liga 1 2021/2022.

It is known, Dragan Djukanovic was re-appointed as coach of PSIS Semarang, replacing Imran Nahumarury who recently resigned. However, the coach from Montenegro could not immediately join the team in Semarang.

Dragan had to undergo quarantine for 10 days because he had just arrived from abroad. The government has tightened health protocols to prevent the spread of the new variant of the Corona virus, Omicron.

“I’m in Jakarta, I need to undergo quarantine for ten days,” said Dragan Djukanovic, Thursday (12/30/2021).

Considering that he has to undergo quarantine for ten days, Dragan will immediately join the team in Bali. Given that the next series will be held on the Island of the Gods.

“I will go straight to Bali. As they told me, the last round was played in Bali,” he continued.

Dragan chose to return to Semarang after having decided to continue his career in Greece. He left Lumpia City because the competition never started.

To return to Semarang, Dragan was even willing to refuse offers from several clubs. Because he feels PSIS is the club that values ​​him the most.

“I had two more offers but I decided to go back to where they love me and value my work,” he explained.

Furthermore, Dragan will continue his work in Semarang. He will still try to maintain an entertaining football.

“The plan is always the same, play modern and beautiful football and always try to win.”

“We will see how long it will be at the end of the table. And of course preparing for the selection for next year, “said the Serbian tactician.

Regarding the target with PSIS, Dragan did not want to talk too much. He will only focus on winning after victory in every match.

Meanwhile, for the addition of the squad composition, Dragan also did not do too much. He only hopes that players can quickly adapt to the desired game.

“I hope they adapt quickly to their work because they know what I ask of them. Those who don’t live up to my expectations won’t be there, that’s clear,” said the former Borneo FC coach.

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