Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic has agreed to return as Uganda coach on a three-year deal from 1 August four years after leaving the post.
"After exactly 4 years of AFRICAN FOOTBALL studies on Universities of life and football at ORLANDO PIRATES, ZAMALEK and ZAMBIA going back to my AFRICAN FOOTBALL HOME....." Micho posted on social media.
During his first stint in charge of Uganda he led the Cranes to their first Africa Cup of Nations finals in 39 years when they qualified for the 2017 edition in Gabon.
He left the role soon after the tournament in a row over unpaid wages.
The 51-year-old's first competitive game will be a 2022 World Cup qualifier against neighbours Kenya in September. Mali and Rwanda are the other teams in Group E.