Inter striker Edin Dzeko has said that the Bosnia national team coach must analyse their two most recent games very closely, according to a report in the Bulgarian broadcast media.
Speaking during an interview with Bulgarian television channel Nova TV, via FCInternews, the Inter forward offered some advice to the coach of the national team.
The Bosnian national team are in a very difficult place right now with claims of corruption and a lack of interest and desire from the players.
They lost 1-0 at home to Georgia in their first friendly and beat Luxembourg 1-0, only through a very late winner from Edin Dzeko.
“We had four great chances in the first half, but we didn’t score. The young players lose confidence and that’s normal. It wasn’t an easy game, but it’s important to have won.
“Luxembourg are no longer the same team they were seven or eight years ago. They seem to have an idea and know how they are playing. It wasn’t easy for us to play either.
“The manager has to analyse these two games well. If he can help improve for the Nations League, I think it will be better.”
Bosnia have not qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar under the guidance of head coach Ivaylo Petev.
They had lost their previous four matches against Georgia, the United States of America, Ukraine and Finland before the victory against Luxembourg which is a country with a much smaller population.