Immediate-past Asante Kotoko head coach, Zdravko Logarušić has landed the Sudan national team job.
The Croat has been unattached since parting ways with the Porcupine Warriors in April.
“I met the football president [Kamal Shaddad], a very respectable person, sitting with him was something special,” Logarusic said.
“We talked about everything. The first impression was very impressive,
“This is a dream job and the plan is to prove that I can make a positive impact on the country’s football.
“I have been in Africa for a long period and this will help in adapting to things in Sudan.”
Logarušić is popular on the African continent for his many stints in a number of countries in club football.
He has coached clubs in Ghana (King Faisal, AshantiGold and recently Kotoko), Kenya (Gor Mahia, AFC Leopard), Simba SC in Tanzania and Angola’s G.D Interclube.
Zdravko Logarušić holds a Uefa Pro Licence.
Footy-Ghana.com understands that the 55-year-old will assume duties in earnest in order to lead the Sudan national team to the 2018 African Nations Championship set to be hosted by Morocco in January.
Sudan is in Group of the 2018 Chan tournament alongside hosts Morocco, Mauritania and Guinea.