Sad news came from Serbia. Former basketball player and later coach Zoran Sretenović died at the age of only 57. He was associated with many Polish clubs.
As a player, Zoran Sretenović had great achievements. He played as a quarterback and became the European champion twice with the national team (1991, 1995). In addition, he has won the Euroleague gold three times. His first adventure with Poland began when he was an active basketball player. In the years 1998-2001 he was a player of Arged BM Stali Ostrów Wielkopolski . He won the classification of the best assisting players in the Polish league twice.
Later, he started his adventure with training and in 2010-2011 he was the coach of the team from Starogard Gdański. With successes, because he won the Cup and the Supercup of the country with her. In 2013, he led AZS Koszalin, with which he was promoted to the final of the Polish Cup, and in the 2015/2016 season, Arged BM Stal Ostrów Wielkopolski trained.
Sad news arrived from Serbia on Thursday. As reported by Telegraf.rs, the trainer died at the age of only 57. Homage to Srenetovici has already been paid by Stal, with whom he was associated as a player and coach. According to the reports, the cause of death has not been revealed yet.