Milutinovic to help Serbia ahead of World Cup
Former U.S. coach Bora Milutinovic is getting yet another World Cup job. The well-traveled Serb has agreed to help his native country prepare for the 2010 tournament by scouting other teams. Tomislav Karadzic, the head of Serbia's Football Federation, said Milutinovic and his scouts "will help our coaching team get all the information and help our World Cup preparations." Serbia was drawn in a World Cup group with Germany, Australia and Ghana. The 64-year-old Milutinovic's last coaching job was leading Iraq at this year's Confederations Cup. He also coached Mexico (1986), Costa Rica (1990), the U.S. (1994), Nigeria (1998) and China (2002) at World Cups.