Inter Allies appoint Danijel Mujkanovic as head coach

Ghana Premier League side, Inter Allies, have appointed Croatian tactician, Danijel Mujkanovic, as the club’s head coach until the end of the 2022/21 season.

The 37-year-old replaces Henrik Lehm Peters, who departed the club after a year in charge.

The Eleven Is To One club announced Mujkanovic’s appointment in a statement on its website, a day after Lehm left the club.

“We are very happy to announce that Danijel Mujkanovic has been appointed as the new Inter Allies FC Head Coach until the end of the season,” the statement read.

Dani Mujkanovic holds a UEFA License A certificate and has previously handled the Under-19s of our partner club HB Koge and that of Næstved BK.

“I’m delighted for the new opportunity that has come my way. I am familiar with the club’s setup and culture already,” he told the Club’s official website.

He added: “I’m excited to work with these young guys and waiting to see what’s in store for us.”

“The appointment of Mujkanovic is part of our relationship with Capelli Sport to further strengthen the bond between the clubs under the Capelli fraternity,” the club continued.

“He has been around for some time and had the opportunity to familiarize with the system and worked around with the boys and the technical team.”

Vice President Delali Eric Senaye said: “Mujkanovic has been with us for some time now; he knows the culture and pedigree of our club. We wish him the very best.”

His first game will be against Techiman Eleven Wonders on Sunday, January 3 at the Accra Sports Stadium.


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