Sliema ASC have added Montenegrin Zoran Maslovar to their coaching staff as the Blues look to build a stronger challenge for honours in the upcoming seasons.
Maslovar is not a new face in Maltese waterpolo as this season the Montenegrin steered Valletta WPSC to the Premier Division while in 2016 he had steered Neptunes to the league title.
“Sliema ASC are delighted to announce the addition of Zoran Maslovar to their coaching staff,” the Blues said in a statement.
“Coach Maslovar is one of the most respected coaches to come out of Montenegro and has already shown what he is capable of in Malta, most recently a positive season with Valletta United after having previously won the Premier league with Neptunes.
“Coach Maslovar will be working closely with First Team Coach Beto Fernandez and Youth Coach Dejan Simeonov to provide the Blues’ Academy and First Team with what now can be considered as arguably the best coaching set-up on the island.”
Sliema failed to win any honours this season as the team placed third in the Premier Division while they were eliminated in the semi-finals of the Knock Out competition.
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