Qatari club Al-Ahli announced Thursday the renewal of Montenegrin coach Nebojsa Jovovic's contract as the head of the first football team's technical management for one season, as part of the club's commitment to maintaining stability in the team.
Nebojsa signed the contract, which will expire at the end of the upcoming 2023/2024 football season.
The club stated in a statement on its official website, "The renewal of Nebojsa's contract with the team comes as a result of the club's commitment to ensuring the team's technical stability in the next season, in which the club aims to achieve accomplishments that satisfy its fans by presenting a distinguished performance for the Qatari club and competing for top positions in the league and the Amir's Cup."
"Coach Nebojsa carries a vision that aligns with the aspirations of Al-Ahli Club's management. He seeks to achieve them in the next season, which witnesses many competitive challenges in light of the increase in the number of professionals in the QNB Stars League," the statement added.
Al-Ahli also indicated that the coach is currently working on setting up his preparatory program and preparing the team for the season through its external and internal training camps in July.
Al-Ahli ranked eighth in the football league standings (QNB Stars League) during the 2022/2023 season, with 24 points from 6 wins, 6 draws and 10 defeats.
Furthermore, Coach Nebojsa took charge of Al-Ahli in the second division of the 2019/2020 sports season, succeeding the Spanish coach Ruben De La Barrera.