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    Manager of Prosinečki: A lot depends on outcome of meeting with Northern Ireland

    Yashar Chalyshir: If AFFA not wants to continue cooperation, I can negotiate with  Bursaspor

    Baku. 8 June. REPORT.AZ/ "We did not meet face to face with the president of " Bursaspor "Ali Ayla, but spoke on the phone. This issue should not be taken lightly. He asked about current position of Prosinečki.I said that the Croatian specialist thinks only about playing with Northern Ireland”.

    Report was told by manager of the head coach of the Azerbaijan national football team Robert Prosinečki Yashar Chalyshir.Turkish agent noted that the news spread about the agreement between the Croatian specialist and Bursaspor do not correspond to reality.He said that his client respects contract: "Yes, this club is interested in Prosinečki.However, he has a contract with the Azerbaijani team, and he respects it.In addition, as far as I know, "Bursaspor" in the matter of the head coach other options considered. "

    To the question "Can Robert Prosinečkigo to" Bursaspor "Y. Chalyshir replied:" A lot depends on the result of the meeting with Northern Ireland.Azerbaijan may miss the chance to get a pass for the World Cup.

    In this case, if AFFA does not want to continue cooperation, I can negotiate with Bursaspor.Negotiations are possible only under such conditions. That is, in this issue everything depends on the AFFA. Prosinečki is loyal to his contract. "

    Notably, Azerbaijani national team, which qualifies for the World Cup 2018 in Group C, takes 4th place with 7 points after 5 rounds.If the team led by Robert Prosinečki loses on June 10 in a match against the Northern Ireland team, the chance to withdraw from the group will seriously reduce.

    Because at the moment, taking the 2 nd place, the British have 10 points.

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