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10/10/2015 - 13:26 BST

Jurgen Klopp’s Former Right Hand Man Dubs Slaven Bilic “Ambitious One”


West Ham United first team coach Edin Terzic has revealed that Hammers’ boss Slaven Bilic is an ambitious man.

Terzic was a member of Jurgen Klopp’s staff when the German was at the helm of Borussia Dortmund, and was part of the group that won two Bundesliga titles at the Westfalenstadion.

The Croat left Klopp’s team and went to work with his compatriot Slaven Bilic in 2013, when the former defender was at the helm of Turkish giants Besiktas.

Terzic has since followed Bilic to West Ham United and is member of his staff at Upton Park.


Klopp has been unveiled as Liverpool boss after a brief sabbatical from management and during his first press conference for the Anfield outfit, on being prompted by the media, he modestly described himself as “the normal one.”

And when Terzic was asked to describe Bilic with one word, he termed him “the ambitious one.”

“If you are searching for one word to describe Slaven, he is the ‘The Ambitious One!’”, he was quoted as saying by the Hammers’ website.

West Ham are currently lying sixth in the Premier League standings with 14 points from eight games.