Instead of Sandro Schwartz, who left for Hertha, the Dynamo leadership will appoint Slavisa Jokanovic, Sport-Express and RB Sport claim. The Serbian played for Chelsea and Deportivo, coached Watford, Fulham and Sheffield United
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The Moscow football club “Dinamo” has agreed to sign a contract with the Serbian specialist Slavisa Jokanovic. About it informs “Sport-Express”, without indicating the sources of information.
“It remains for lawyers to settle the last details of the agreement. Officially, the Moscow club must announce the appointment of a new coach before the end of this week, ”the newspaper writes.
“Dynamo” with the words “such is life” announced the termination of Schwartz’s contract
June 7 “RB Sport” also without indicating sources of information wrotethat Dynamo and Jokanovic are in the final stages of agreeing on a two-year contract.
RBC sent a request to FC Dynamo.
The post of head coach of Dynamo became vacant after the departure of Sandro Schwartz at the end of the season. The German has been working at the Moscow club since October 2020. The decision to leave the team with which he had a contract until 2024, Schwartz announced on May 29 at a press conference after losing to Spartak Moscow in the Russian Cup final. A few days later, the German headed the Berlin Hertha.
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53-year-old Slavisa Jokanovic is a native of the Serbian city of Novi Sad. He started his playing career at Vojvodina. Then he played as a midfielder in Partizan Belgrade, Spanish Real Oviedo, Tenerife, Deportivo La Coruña and Ciudad de Murcia, as well as London Chelsea. He played six matches for the national team of Yugoslavia, and after the collapse of the country he played for the national team of Serbia and Montenegro (58 matches and ten goals).
He began his coaching career at Partizan. In addition, he managed to work in Thai Muangthong United, Bulgarian Levski, Spanish Hercules, Maccabi from Tel Aviv, Qatari Al Gharafa, as well as English Watford, Fulham and Sheffield United.