Kosta Papic has made a return to Ghana, having been appointed head coach at Hearts of Oak.
It is Papic’s second stint in charge of the Ghanaian club, having last coached there just over a decade ago.
The former Orlando Pirates coach has already begun his duties at the club.
Papic’s first game in charge will be on Friday, when Hearts take on Karela United at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Papic’s last job was as the head coach of eSwatini, however he left last year and has been unattached since then.
Over the years the 60 year old Serbian has worked at a number of South African clubs including Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs, Black Leopards, Maritzburg United, Chippa United, Royal Eagles and Polokwane City