Zavisa likely to be hired by Afghanistan or Kyrgyzstan

By our correspondent

KARACHI: Former Pakistan’s Serbian football coach Zavisa Milosavljevic has been shortlisted by Afghanistan and Kyrgyzstan for a job as a head coach of their national teams.

Sources said that Zavisa is more likely to be roped in as a head coach by any of the two nations.

Zavisa has a huge experience as a coach and especially his stint as Pakistan coach was superb.

Under Zavisa Pakistan did not achieve anything big but certainly he had done a solid job in making the players technically strong. The players had learnt ground passes and an improvement was seen in their overall game.

Pakistan is also indebted to Zavisa as after having severed ties with Pakistan as head coach he served as coach of Kyrgyzstan’s top club Dordoi Bishkek for quite sometime. During his stint with Dordoi he also signed a few top boys of Pakistan, also including the premier striker Kaleemullah who is now earning a lot during his professional career. Having possessed UEFA-A and AFC Pro diplomas, Zavisa, in his 33-year long professional coaching career has worked as head coach of many clubs and national teams in Yugoslavia, Serbia, Montenegro, Rwanda, Lesotho, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.

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