Bilic to take Lokomotiv Moscow job
Split, Croatia (Sports Network) - Croatia manager Slaven Bilic confirmed on Monday that he will take charge of Russian side Lokomotiv Moscow following Croatia's Euro 2012 campaign.
The 43-year-old Bilic made the announcement at a press conference on Monday and confirmed that he would be joining Lokomotiv on a three-year contract.
Bilic coached at Croatian side Hajduk Split before taking charge of the national team in 2006, and he will replace former Sporting Lisbon manager Jose Couceiro, who was let go by Lokomotiv after just one season.
Croatia was drawn into Group C for this summer's competition along with Ireland, Italy and defending champion Spain.