Zimbabwe Coach Logarusic Won’t Rule Out Asante Kotoko Return
Zimbabwe national team coach Zdravko Logarusic has insisted that he will not rule out a return to Asante Kotoko in the future.
Logarusic was appointed the Porcupines coach in January 2017 but was booted out after three months after supervising 11 matches in which he won five, drew four and lost two.
His tactics came under strong scrutiny and criticisms from fans – many of who questioned his 3-5-2 formation which led to his sacking.
Despite having a good time with the Zimbabwe national team, Logarusic will not reject any chance of a move back to the Ghana Premier League.
“Maybe in the future when I am free and if the position is open, why not?” Logarusic told Ashh FM when asked if he would consider a possible return to Kotoko.
“Asante Kotoko is a big name and if the situation is right, then sure.
“I was expecting to be Kotoko coach in 2011, 2012 or even 2013 because of the results I produced in Ghana [with King Faisal and Ashanti Gold] but nothing came and then from nowhere in 2017, the opportunity opened up for me to coach the club.
“This means in our job, we always have our suitcases packed, ready to go because you never know when an opportunity will open up.”
Logarusic is currently preparing the Warriors of Zimbabwe for the 2021 AFCON set to take place in Cameroon next year after leading the side to qualify for the tournament.