GHANASoccernet.com can exclusively reveal that Bechem United have re-engaged the services of Bogdanovic Milisav as their new head coach for third time in four years.
The 58-year-old will officially start work on New Year Day when he pens a two-year contract in Bechem.
Milisav hold a UEFA A Licence coaching certificate and has previously handled Africa Sports of Ivory Coast.
This means veteran Malik Jabir will revert to his position as technical director after he was tasked to replace Tom Strand who was sacked two months ago.
He must quickly get down to work and condition his team for their 2014/2015 Ghana Premier League opener at AshantiGold on 18 January.
Bogdanovic was sacked by the Pride of Ahafo in November last year for breaching the terms of his contract when he held secret talks with Bechem’s regional rivals Aduana Stars.
The Montenegrin later joined the Dormaa-based side on a one-year deal but was given the heave-hoo when he was alleged to have pulled a gun on a player- James Abban- and threatened to kill him.
But the club later denied there was a pistol pulling incident and had the striker at the centre of the controversy suspended.
A Bechem United source told GHANASoccernet: “Because of the circumstances surrounding his departure last year, he has signed a code of disciplinary so to avoid any controversy.”
Bechem finished last season in a respectable fifth position and the season.