Mamic successor at Al Nassr helm revealed

The Serbian announced his resignation from Al Nassr's coach position, and the void will be filled by one who's very familiar with KSA and Al Nassr

Reports from Saudi Arabia indicated that Uruguayan coach, José Daniel Carreño, is edging closer to claiming the manager spot with Al Nassr, as a successor for Serbian coach Zoran Mamic who resigned from his post on Friday.

Mamic signed his resignation after his team’s 3-2 defeat against Al Qadisiya on Thursday in matchday 16 of Jameel League, and the Serb is now reportedly negotiating with Al Ain of UAE.

Carreño led Al Nassr for a season and a half since the second half of the 2012-2013 season, and the team won the double of Jameel League and Crown Prince Cup in 2013-2014 season under the Serb.

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