bffonline.com, Dec 31:
Serbian coach Zoran Djordjevic has accepted an offer from Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) on Thursday to take charge of the Bangladesh national team for the 11th South Asian Games and next month’s AFC Challenge Cup final round.
The 57-year-old, who lives in Dubai, is expected to arrive in Dhaka with two more Serbian coaching staff in the first week of January.
The camp for the SA Games, which starts in Dhaka on January 29, is expected to begin on January 15.
Djordjevic, who led Churchill Brothers to win the I-League as the first foreign coach to achieve the feat in India, was also the Yemen national team coach apart from guiding Saudi club Al Hilal FC and various middle-east clubs.
He had previously visited Dhaka during the Bangabandhu SAFF Championship 2009 as a guest of BFF and also met the federation high-ups with his future plans. Djordjevic’s future with Bangladesh, however, will depend on the performance during his first two-month stint.
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