After deciding to stay with a club for more than two years for the first time in his 15-year career, Russian manager Vladimir Latunov was reaping the benefits at FK Radnick 1923 Kragujevac.
Soviet Surge | Part 31 | FK Radnicki #5: Milosevic the Goal Machine
Vladimir Latunov was preparing for a third season at FK Radnicki 1923 Kragujevac, which represented the first occasion in his 15-year career that he'd stated with a club for longer than two years.
Soviet Surge | Part 30 | FK Radnicki #4: Chasing European Qualification
A strong start to their first season in the Serbian SuperLeague saw FK Radnicki 1923 Kragujevac sitting fourth heading into 2035, despite the media expecting them to finish 12th.
Soviet Surge | Part 29 | FK Radnicki #3: Punching Above Our Weight
After dropping to a second tier league for the second time in his career, Vladimir Latunov swiftly led his new FK Radnicki 1923 Kragujevac side back to the top of Serbian football.
The Journeyman | Vamos Valencia: Part 10 – The Return of King Cohen
Our second season with Valencia CF had gone very well, securing the club's highest finish in the save thus far by coming in 2nd behind a dominant Real Madrid. But plenty of rebuilding was going to be required during our third summer in Valencia.