Earlier this week has been announced that Danish coach (currently headcoach of Polish team MKS Lublin) will be the new headcoach of the Montenegrin women national team and his assistant coach will be Bojana Popovic. Popovic is fluent in Danish and knows very well the players of the team. She works as an assistant coach in Buducnost in the last four seasons beside Dragan Adzic, who left the club lately.
The previous headcoach of Montenegro, Swedish Per Johansson led the team in the last two years in cooperation with Romanian Adi Vasile. Montenegro finished the WCh in Japan 2019 on the 5th place, which is their best result at a WCh. Both coaches leaves now, Johansson is leading Rostov Don , meanwhile Vasile is the headcoach of CSM Bucuresti. Johansson has already announced one month earlier on his Instagram that at end of the year his job is finished in Montenegro, but the Montenegrin federation chose another solution.
Kim Rasmussen is known for his capacity to jumping in to the difficult tasks and his club gave also their support for the Dame. Rasmussen has already worked with Poland, leading them twice to WCh semifinals in 2013 and 2015. He has also worked as Hungarian headcoach between 2016 – 2019 with less success.