Former Ghana boss Milovan Rajevac has "already been chosen" as Thailand head coach following the surprise resignation of Kiatisuk Senamuang last month, according to Thai-language media reports.
Rajevac almost took Ghana to the last four of the 2010 World Cup, and this achievement has apparently seen him impress the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) enough to hand him the task of taking over from Kiatisuk.
The 63-year-old Serbian's wage demands have also reportedly been one of the factors in...
They're in the same time zone, but that's where the footballing similarities end for Australia international Rhys Williams and his English-born father, Eric. Rhys heads into the A-League finals this weekend, aiming to help Perth Glory knock out Tim Cahill's Melbourne City, while Eric is simply hoping to see out the month with Malaysian strugglers, Melaka United.
Williams senior has watched his eldest son's ups and down in his return after 11 years in England, and even offered to bring him to the...
Former Ghana boss Milovan Rajevac became the latest candidate to be interviewed for the position of Thailand head coach on Tuesday as technical director Witthaya Laohakul suggested that someone could be appointed by the end of the week.
The Serbian, who took Ghana to the World Cup quarterfinals in 2010, is the third coach to formally meet the FAT after former Thailand boss Winfried Schaefer and ex-Manchester United assistant manager Rene Meulensteen.