Volume. 12232

I didn’t accept Iran’s offer, Safet Susic says
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c_330_235_16777215_0___images_stories_edim_09-1(29).jpgSafet Susic said he has received offer to take charge the Iranian football team but has rejected that.
 Susic announced his retirement after Bosnia and Herzegovina World Cup exit. His contract has expired with the football federation, but it is expected he remains in charge of "Dragons” until the European Championship in 2016.
Bosnia lost to Argentina and Nigeria and defeated Iran in Group F of the 2014 World Cup. 
“It is true that the two Iranian managers called me and offered me the job, but I told them I'm not interested in. First, I want to see what happens in negotiations with Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Federation,” Susic told Glassrkpske.com.
“I never said I want to go. I do not know what will happen. Our last game against Iran showed that we have a lot of young players with whom it would be nice to work in the future, "concluded Susic.

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