Milan Minic is a new CSKA technical advisor

Milan Minić
Serbian Milan Minic, 54, is added to the coaching staff of our team as a technical advisor. The contract with Minic is signed for two years.

Minic’s playing career started in Radnicki Belgrade and Usce Belgrade. As an assistant coach he worked in Olympiacos, Panionios, PAOK from Greece. Also he was a technical assistant to Sasha Djordjevic in Armani Jeans Milano. Minic was a head coach in Aris, Cologne, Lokomotiv Rostov and Vojvodina. But his biggest career achievements (Eurobasket 1995, 2001 gold medals, World Championship 1998 gold medal) were reached with Yugoslavian/Serbian National Team, where he worked under Dusan Ivkovic, Zeljko Obradovic, Svetislav Pesic and Dusko Vujosevic.

Milan Minic:

“My feelings are very simple – I am happy to be in the best club in Europe, to fight for the highest goals, to be the part of great organization. I am proud that CSKA management think that I can help the team – with my experience, knowledge, connections, desire to work with young players. I happy to get a chance to live in Russia, the country we, Serbians, treat as a brother. It is interesting for me to work alongside Evgeny Pashutin: I followed him last season and I was impressed how he behave himself in difficult games. Now all my thoughts will be about basketball and CSKA.”