Macedonian coach Cedomir Janevski will be Crvena Zvezda's new coach, Serbian media reports. The 47-years-old coach has signed one-year-long contract with Crvena Zvezda.
Janevski has been in the United Arab Emirates, in Al-Shaab, and has signed the contract with Crvena Zvezda via fax, as the Serbian media reported today. Janevski will replace Zdenek Zeman on the position of coach in the famous Serbian club Crvena Zvezda. Zvezda are last-placed after three completed rounds in the Serbian Meridian Super Liga. A start that definitely is not good for them and Janevski will have the challenge to bounce back the team.
In his career, Janevski had been the assistant manager of Gent K.A.A. and Olympiakos and 5 months in charge of Belgian Club Brugge, a team with which he won the Belgian Cup. His last job was in United Arab Emirates, where he was working in Al-Shaab. He has also been working as the coach of the macedonian U21 national team and in Daring Club Blankenberge during his 11-years-long career as a coach. Janevski should arrive in Belgrade tomorrow.