Ghana’s Boakye admits Millojevic is the best coach ever as the Belgrade manager set to depart the club
The Ghanaian international discussed about the exit of the 49-year old manager from The Red-Whites
Richmond Boakye-Yiadom who currently play for the Serbia side Red Star Belgrade has lamented the departure of coach Vladan Milojevic from the club.
The Serbian manager announced his resignation on Thursday despite steering the club 11 points clear at the top of the Serbian Super Liga table after Matchday 20.
Although the club struggled in the Europe as they were eliminated from the Champions League in the just concluded group stage.
“As a coach he is probably the best I have ever had. He is tactically astute, inspires confidence, knows when and how to press the right buttons,” Boakye said, Arthur Legacy media reported.
“He has been a huge part of my development as a player.
“He was a father figure for us, here were things he put in place to foster team unity and ensure we had a strong bond as a family.
“Vladan is a former player so he is well steeped in the traditions, culture and philosophy of the club.”
“There were so many special moments but winning the league obviously trumps all because that is the first and most important goal for the club and the fans,” said the forward.
“And of course when we won against Liverpool in the Champions League season, the celebration was something else.
“He made us believe in ourselves.”
The Serbian manager joined Red Star in 2017