Zvi Sherf resigns as head coach of Spartak St. Petersburg
Spartak St. Petersburg head coach Zvi Sherf was dismissed from his position today by a decision of the club management. His assistant Milan Kotarac was appointed as his caretaker, according to the official website of Spartak.
The decision was explained by Sherf’s failure to maintain control over his players. The club thanked Zvi Sherf for the work performed and wished him success in his further career.
Under the Israeli coach, who has been in charge of Spartak since November 2009, Spartak won the 2011 Russian Cup, made it into the Final Four of the 2011 EuroChallenge, and finished 6th in the 2010 Russian championship and 5th in the Russian regular championship BEKO PBL.