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[Tanzania]Zlatko Krmpotic Has Been Sacked As Head Coach Of Young African Sports Club

Tanzanian giants Young Africans FC have announced the departure of their head coach Zlatko Krmpotic barely two months after taking charge.

In a statement authored and released by the club via their official social media platforms, the club stated that they have mutually terminated the Serbian’s contract with immediate effect.

Statement from Young Africans that’s confirmed Krmpotic departure.
“Young Africans Sports Club hereby informs it’s fans, members and stakeholders that it has reached an agreement to terminate it’s relationship with it’s head coach Zlatko Krmpotic,”

“Young Africans Sports Club would like to thank Mr. Zlatko for his professionalism while at the club and wish him all the best in his future endeavors.” read the statement.

The Serbian tactician arrived at the Jangwani giants in August this year on a two-year deal from South African side Polokwane City, replacing Luc Eymael from Belgium who was sacked in July 2020 after racist chants towards fans.

Eymael’s comments saw him sacked even after leading Yanga to second spot, a position they fought for with rivals Azam FC and only managed to attain on the final game day.

He leaves Young Africans Sports Club when th are third on the table of eighteen teams with ten points from four games.

The Serbian is well known on the African continent but he might be the most unlucky coach in football history.

Summary of Zlatko’s mixed transfer history as a football coach on the African continent

February 2017: Confirmed as Zesco United head coach.

November 2017: Sent on a forced leave after a stream of poor results.

January 2018: Appointed as Jwaneng Galaxy manager.

July 2018: Sacked by the club after numerous calls from the fans due to the stream of poor results.

February 2019: Appointed as APR FC head coach.

June 2019: Sacked after 4 months at the club.

July 2019: Joins Polokwane City FC

November 2019: Sacked after losing the first 5 matches.

August 2020 :Joins Young Africans Sports Club on two year deal.

October 2020 :Sacked after only four games at the helm of the Tanzania giants.


Coach Young African Fc Tanzania -37 days

Coach Polokwane City  South Africa-113 days

Coach APR Fc Rwanda -159days

Coach Jwanenge Galaxy Botswana-189days

Zesco United  Zambia-165day.

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