The information that both teams of Olympiacos will have new coaches next season has been known for a while. Today, the club confirmed it.
Olympiacos bid farewell to Igor Milanovic and Aleksandar Ciric over the weekend.
The club released official announcements expressing gratitude to the two Serbian water polo legends who coached the men's and ladies' teams, respectively in the previous season.
Milanovic, who signed a one-year contract with the club last summer, led Olympiacos men to the title of the Greek champion, the Greek Cup, and 5th place in the Champions League.
After the Final Eight in Belgrade, it was already known that his contract wouldn't be renewed, and the club officially announced the information today.
The rumors that Croat Hrvoje Koljanin will succeed Milanovic have been circulating for a while.
Aleksandar Ciric took over the female team of Olympiacos in January 2022. This was a bold move for Ciric since Olympiacos was the first club he guided as a head coach. He started his career as the head coach of the national team of Iran. During his season and a half at the club, Olympiacos won two Greek championships, two Greek Cups, the LEN Euroleague, and the LEN Super Cup in 2022.