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Visic to take over men's basketball team

Deccan Herald Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
After impressing with his stint as the womens and the girls teams coach, Serbian Zoran Visic has now been tasked to guide the mens national team in the upcoming FIBA World Cup qualifiers.

BFI secretary general Chandermukhi Sharma confirmed his appointment as the head coach. "Yes he is (the coach). He is under the payroll of...
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