Currently at the helm at Fulham, Slavisa Jokanovic was briefly in charge of Maccabi Tel-Aviv, but the lure of English football saw him return to the Championship in December 2015, where he took over the reins at Craven Cottage.
Over 60 international caps for Yugoslavia, Jokanovic kicked off his managerial career in sensational fashion as he won consecutive doubles with Partizan Belgrade, while he was an integral part of Watford's promotion to the Premier League in 2015, although he was quickly replaced by Quique Sanchez Flores after achieving this feat.
A Thai Premier League champion with Muangthong United in 2012 is just another notable accomplishment by Jokanovic, who has quickly forged an impressive CV.
I have a TV in my room, and I see and read all these stories, but I'm not interested.
I'm a funny guy, but football is my profession, so I am serious at work.
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The Sack Race's Opinion
Slavisa Jokanovic has made a successful start to his managerial career, and has already won a raft of coveted trophies in various countries, and the former Chelsea man is now going to try and mastermind Fulham's return to the Premier League.