Heart closer to coaching decision
Melbourne Heart are likely to be the first club to spin the A-League coaching-go-round, with either Ante Milicic or John Aloisi to secure the top job within the next fortnight
Melbourne Heart are likely to be the first club to spin the A-League coaching-go-round, with either Ante Milicic or John Aloisi to secure the top job within the next fortnight.
With four jobs up for grabs and others likely to be created if in-demand Ange Postecoglou and Graham Arnold move, A-League coaching volatility is at an all-time high.
But the Heart have their shortlist from within - the two assistants to departing John van `t Schip set to present to the club's board within the next week and one to get the job.
Former Socceroo Milicic has spent two years as van `t Schip's deputy - and is highly rated for his one-on-one work with players and game insight.
Since retiring from playing 12 months ago, World Cup penalty hero Aloisi has coached the Heart's successful youth team, and like Milicic is rated one of the nation's brightest coaching talents.
Brisbane Roar coach Postecoglou is considering - and tipped to accept - a huge financial offer to return to Melbourne and coach the Victory.
Central Coast Mariners coach Arnold has been heavily linked with the Sydney FC job.
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