Jokanovic takes over at Russian club Dynamo Moscow
Ex-Fulham and Watford boss Slavisa Jokanovic takes over at Russian club Dynamo Moscow eight months after being sacked by Sheffield United
- Jokanovic, 53, is set to take over at club that finished third in Russia last season
- Serbian coach returns to the dug-out eight months after leaving Bramall Lane
- He was sacked by the Championship club after slow start to the campaign
Slavisa Jokanovic, the former Fulham and Watford manager, is to become the new head coach of Dynamo Moscow.
The 53-year-old has been out of work since leaving Sheffield United last November after a difficult spell in the Championship.
Previously he had earned promotions to the Premier League with Watford and Fulham and won two league and cup doubles with Partizan Belgrade.
Slavisa Jokanovic, previously coach of Fulham, Watford and Sheffield United, is to become the new manager of Dynamo Moscow in Russia
Dynamo Moscow were beaten by city rivals Spartak in the final of last season’s Russian Cup
Jokanovic, who played 53 times for Chelsea, is understood to have agreed a one-year contract with the option of a further year.
Dynamo finished third in the Russian Premier League last season and lost the Russian Cup final to city rivals Spartak, after which German coach Sandro Schwarz resigned.
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