Monaco has agreed to a three-year contract extension with head coach Sasa Obradovic, the club announced on Monday. Under the new contract, Obradovic will remain with the Monegasques until the end of the 2024/25 season.
The veteran coach took over the team in December, replacing Zvezdan Mitrovic and starting his second stint with the squad. He led Monaco to the EuroLeague playoffs for the first time in club history and lost to Olympiacos in Game 5 (3-2).
The Monegasques came also a step away from winning the French League title, but lost to ASVEL Villeurbanne in Game 5 (3-2).
Click on the link to read Sasa Obradovic’s interview with Hedge Out in March.
🤝 Sasa Obradovic prolonge pour 3 saisons à la tête de la #RocaTeam 🇲🇨 Le technicien serbe affiche des ambitions encore plus élevées pour l’an prochain 👊
— AS Monaco Basket 🇲🇨 (@ASMonaco_Basket) July 11, 2022
“Ambitions for the new season are even higher than in the previous season. We must not hide it. Winning the French championship is important for the club, for the municipality of Monaco and for the fans.
And we have to establish ourselves higher in the EuroLeague landscape. Next year but also in the future and the seasons that will follow,” Obradovic told the official website of the squad.
Monaco is set to make changes to its roster and is expected to announce its deals with Elie Okobo, John Brown, Jordan Loyd and Donta Hall.