​Kidus Giorgis unveil Srdan Zivojhov as new head coach

Kidus Giorgis S.A has yesterday officially unveiled the newly appointed Head Coach Srdan Zivojhov (Sergio) in a press conference held at the Sheraton Addis Hotel.

Kidus Giorgis who was in a pursuit to land a new trainer surprisingly handed Srdan Zivojhov (Sergio) after they have been linked with the likes of Milutin Sredojević (Micho) and Wubetu Abate. 

The 47 years old Serb have been working in Africa Working in Uganda (SC Villa), Tanzania (Young Africans) and Zambia, he recently parted ways with Zambian Super Division side Buildcon after his contract ended with on May after spending only 5 months there.

Srdan Zivojhov penning a 2 year deal with serial Ethiopian premier league winners will be in charge of the team as of today,  Zerihun Shengeta and the Burundian goalkeeper’s coach Emy Nidizye will continue in their respective posts. 

In the unveiling the Serb was quoted

“I am very much honored to take charge of such a strong team and would like to thank the clubs board members for appointing me to this exciting challenge.”

“I don’t fear challenges am here to overcome one, I heard that the team was without silverware for the past two seasons but if we work on my principle of creating a team with discipline as the Germans, Creativity like one of the Spanish teams and Ruthless striking force like the Brazilians we can overcome any challenge ahead of us.”

“In a team Like Kidus Giorgis competing for every trophy winning is a must, to do so playing an attacking brand of football is a necessity. I personally believe that supporters turn to the stadium to watch an entreating match accompanied by goals not 0-0 matches with the boring display.”  

Kidus Giorgis previously capturing Desta Demu, Yabsera Tefaye and Abel Endale are expected to hand Srdan Zivojhov the mandate of recruiting 2 (3) imports.

Srdan Zivojhov has a huge task ahead waiting of returning the prestigious club to those glory days as 14 times Ethiopian premier league champions Kidus Giorgis who have been on a general decline in the past two years.

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