Sydney United 58 have appointed Tomi Vidovic as its First Team Head Coach for the 2021 National Premier Leagues NSW Men’s season.
Vidovic returns to Edensor Park having spent the last three seasons with the Western Sydney Wanderers’ Under 18’s squad whilst working as an assistant to the Red and Black’s National Youth League side also.
The 34-year-old knows the BOKA Stand very well as he was Mark Rudan’s assistant coach during the 2016 NPL NSW Men’s season, a year in which the club took out the Premiership, Waratah Cup and NPL National Championship.
The following season Vidovic was appointed interim first team coach and led the club to an FFA Cup Round of 16 finish before moving to the Wanderers.
“I am very grateful for this opportunity given to me by the club and I’ll ensure the members and fans will see a team they will be very proud of.
“The aim is to ensure we succeed in winning silverware as well as playing good football and I am eagerly looking forward to this new challenge with the boys.
“Sydney United was the first club I ever supported as a kid and I will do whatever it takes to ensure we continue on with the success the club has built throughout its historic years.”
Joining Vidovic at the club will be former NPL NSW Men’s and A-League star Jason Trifiro as the club’s assistant coach while former United 58 player Todd Brodie has been appointed as the club’s strength and conditioning coach with Vitas Males continuing on as the Goalkeeper coach.