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Turkish Club Presents Prosinecki As New Boss

Former Croatian assistant coach Robert Prosinecki was presented to the press today at his new club, Turkish first division side Kayserispora.

Prosinecki has signed a 2-year-deal with the Turkish side that are currently 15th in the Turkish league. “First of all I want to thank the club’s leaders for the kind words of welcome. Kayserispora has a vision and an idea, and I’m here to make that happen. We have good quality, people who are supporting me and I believe that we will make progress. I’ll work 24 hours a day so Kayserispora can finish in a place that it deserves,” said Prosinecki at today’s press conference.

The former Real Madrid and Barcelona player told Turkish media that he wants to create an attacking Kayserispora team which fights till the end.

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