Agun Muhammadi, 33, has represented several Allsvenskan clubs during his career. He is perhaps best known for his stay at Malmö FF, where he was part of SM and won several gold medals.
Today, however, he is active at another Allsvenskan club, serving as individual development manager for 13- to 15-year-olds at Djurgårdens IF.
Now says Southern Sweden About the new job and why it didn’t become Malmö FF.
– They (Djurgården) were in good shape. I spoke to a few other clubs too, but I felt Djurgården had a plan and really wanted me to work with them, he says and continues:
Not just knocking on the door and saying you want a job.
– Malmö had a whole crew and I totally understand that. It’s not just about knocking on the door and saying you want a job. But we had great meetings and I have a great relationship with Malmö.
My Mission also says he now attends coaching sessions for former elite players, and points out the importance of humility before serving as a coach.
You think you can do everything, but you can’t do anything. If you think you know best, you won’t get anywhere. You have to be humble and listen, he tells Sydsvenskan.
In addition to Malmö, Mehmet has also represented Örebro, Palermo and Oxford United during his football career.
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