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Radomir Antic He died this April 6 at 71 years, as reported by Atlético de Madrid in an official statement.
The Serbian was one of the most illustrious coaches in LaLiga and the only one to have directed Atlético, Real Madrid and Barcelona; the three great teams of Spanish football. The former coach had been admitted for more than two months, having also been in the ICU, but his death is not related to the coronavirus.
However, Antic will always be remembered for having made history at Atlético de Madrid being the conductor in the mythical rojiblanco double in the 95/96 season, its only titles in Spain.
In addition, he had extensive experience in LaLiga, passing through the Zaragoza, Oviedo and Celta, in addition to the mentioned greats of the competition. Antic also had his experience on the bench of the Serbian team, with whom he participated in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. His last trips as a coach were in China in 2013 and 2015.
In recent years he has been part of the radio world being a commentator both on SER and on COPE, linked to the current Game Time team, and on Radio MARCA.
“With the loss of Radomir we lose a bit of the heart of the club,” he commented Michelangelo Gil, CEO of Atlético de Madrid in the statement issued by the mattress organization.