Croatian powerhouse Cibona has officially announced that Josip Vrankovic has inked a two-dear deal with the team to become its head coach. As such, Vrankovic returns to Cibona, as he played for the team for three and a half seasons between 1998 and 2005. Vrankovic started his coaching career in Siroki Prima Pivo in March and already helped the team to become the Bosnia and Hertzegovina League champion. As a player and apart from Cibona, Vrankovic had a long career in teams like Dalvin, Alkar Sinj, Split and Zadar in Croatia, Prokom Trefl Sopot in Poland, EnBW Ludwigsburg in Germany and Siroki in Bosnia and Hertzegovina. He helped Cibona to win Croatian League titles in 1999, 2000 and 2004, and now returns to the team replacing Drazen Anzulovic, who coached the reigning Croatian League champion in the last four seasons.