Stevan Mojsilović has been named as the new coach of Serbo-Montenegrin club FK Obilić, following the departure of Ratko Dostanić to FK Sartid last month.
Mojslilović, who has signed a two-year contract, spent last season as coach of FK Mogren and then moved on to become assistant at FK Crvena Zvezda. It will not be his first spell at Obilić, as he was assistant coach there seven years ago.
"I had a great desire to work as a head coach again," he said. "Obilić are a club I know well. I will insist on working with young players because every other approach is wrong. We will not be under any pressure next season and our only task will be to play good football and create young stars."
Meanwhile, FK Zemun have decided to part company with coach Čedomir Djoinčević. He joined Zemun in the winter and achieved his main task of ensuring the club avoided relegation.
"We thank Djoinčević for all he achieved," Zemun director Vladimir Bulatović said. "He left a significant mark on the club but we have decided to turn to a different approach and strategy - that is why we let him go." Bulatović added that the name of the club's new coach would be announced "very soon".
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