Munishi after Kabashi’s statement: I do not owe anyone, neither morally nor materially, will drink coffee with Balkan fans with great pleasure – Latest News
March 02, 2021 – 16:24
With the departure of Ismet Munish, peace and comfort in the Balkan club is not being achieved.
Journalists, football analysts and fans, whenever they talk about the Balkans, they think of the coach from Prishtina.
Probably right for the fact that Munishi put this team on the “map of Kosovar football” with the results achieved and the great marketing he did in the media.
With the end of the autumn season in the Kosovo Super League, the Balkan team made changes in the technical staff, removing the coach Ismet Munishi, to entrust the position of “helmsman” to Bledi Shkëmbi.
The arrival of the coach from Korça to Suhareka was received with enthusiasm, but in the first matches it is not that he is showing such satisfactory results.
Balkan was initially eliminated from the Kosovo Cup, being defeated by Llapi, while in the first three matches in the championship it achieved two victories, against Besa and Feronikeli, equalized against Gjilan 1: 1, and in the last meeting was defeated by Llapi in Podujeva, with a result of 1: 0.
“Zeri.info” recently conducted an interview with the President of the Balkans, Arsim Kabashi.
Asked about the work of Bledi Shkëmbi and the request of some fans for his departure, “Cima” stated: “The fans have their right. “Shkembi is the coach of the Balkans until the end of the edition and everyone in the club is clear about that.”
In recent days, a “campaign” of fans in Suhareka has started on social networks for the return of Ismet Munish.
Kabashi said fans could invite Munish for coffee.
“As the fans are looking for Ismet Munish, let them invite him for coffee, let him come to the next match with Drenica. We have a friend Ismet “, concluded Arsim Kabashi.
Munishi: With the greatest pleasure with the fans he will drink coffee in Suhareka, especially with “Xhebrailat”
“Zeri.info” has also contacted Munish to ask him about Kabashi’s latest statement and the request of the fans for his return to Suhareka.
“I wish the Balkan Club great success. I wish the fans success and I am ready for them to return to the Balkans, just for them. I am ready to drink coffee in Suhareka as I do not owe anyone, neither moral nor material. With the greatest pleasure with the fans he will drink coffee in Suhareka, especially with “Xhebrailat”, stated Ismet Munishi, for whom the newspaper learns that there are constant offers from different clubs, but is currently focused on the role of analyst of football on ATV television.
Otherwise, the Balkans after the 22nd round in the Kosovo Super League in football is in second place, with 45 points collected, two less than the leader Drita and one more than Pristina, which is third. /Zeri.info