Sudan national team coach Zdravko Logarusic says he has no ill will towards his former employers Asante Kotoko.
The Croat has moved on and is excelling in his new job since he was sacked by the Ghanaian giants in April last year.
Kotoko, had chalked five wins, four draws and two defeats in their opening eleven games in the 2016/17 Premier League but Logarusic’s choice of tactics did not go down well with the club faithful, leading to the Dr. Kwame Kyei-led administration showing him the exit.
“Coaches are hired and fired. The management employed you and the management can decide whatever they want to do and when the decision is being taken, you have to accept it with no hard feelings because you don’t know what the future holds.
“You have to respect the decision because the management thinks they are employed to do what is best for the club and it is sometimes difficult because the decision may be wrong or good,” Logarusic sain in an interview with GTV.
The 54-year-old however bemoaned the internal politics within the club that contributed to his short stint with the Porcupine Warriors.
“There’s a lot of politics and groups within the club. You have somebody working for the future and trying to balance the team but the interested groups will not allow you to stay focused but there is a reason why we always love this job despite the pressure because it is part of the job.”
Logarusic has led the Sudan national team to the semifinals of the ongoing 2018 Chan tournament in Morocco. They face Nigeria on Wednesday night.