Leopards elevate Vasiljevic to head coach following Kavazovic’s exit
Former AFC Leopards former coach Nikola Kavazovic refunded the Sh500,000 signing on fee he received from the club before inking a deal with South African side Free State Stars.
These revelations were made by AFC Chairman Daniel Mule while disclosing that the leadership of the club had reached a decision to promote the erstwhile assistant coach Marko Vasiljevic to head coach.
SIGNING ON FEE
“When he left, I was out of the country but he returned the signing on fee we had paid him and a one month salary in lieu of notice,” Mule said.
“His assistant (Vasiljevic) will take over as the head coach. We have faith he will do a good job,” he added.
Vasiljevic, who like Kavazovic is a Serbian national, arrived in the country two weekends ago alongside his partner Marianne.
So far he has already overseen two league matches which ended in a one-all draw against the on form Kariobangi Sharks and a humiliating 3-0 drubbing by Kakamega Homeboyz.
Kavazovic, who took over from Argentinian national Rodolfo Zapata in September, had signed a two year contract with Ingwe.
He was unveiled on November 1 and had been in-charge of Ingwe for only three weeks by the time he left on December 1, just a week before the start of the new 2018/19 Kenya Premier League season.
The 43-year-old was unveiled on Thursday as the new Free State Stars coach by the South African club’s General Manager Rantsi Mokoena.