Melbourne City has announced a coaching restructure for the 2018/19 A-League and W-League season with Rado Vidošić taking control of the W-League side.
The former Brisbane Roar men's coach also joined City as the Club’s Technical Director.
Vidošić’s has extensive experience in men's football which goes back to his days in Queensland but has since go one to be an Assistant Coach at Brisbane Roar, Sydney FC, Melbourne Victory and Wellington Phoenix.
His son, Dario Vidošić, currently plays for Melbourne City.
Former Matildas captain, Melissa Hudson (formerly Barbieri) joins Vidošić as Assistant Coach of the W-League side.
The 38-year-old made 86 appearances for the Matildas and featured in four FIFA World Cups and an Asian Cup victory.
During the 2017/18 season, she came out of retirement to play as an injury-replacement player for Melbourne City.
Hudson is also the former coach of the Heidelberg United women's team in the Victorian NPL before leaving the position a few weeks ago.
The move sees Patrick Kisnorbo, who has been the W-League coach since 2017 and lead them to a title last season, become the assistant coach of A-League side with Tony Vidmar, who sighed a contract extension.
Former Socceroos Zeljko Kalac has signed on as the goalkeeping coach of the men's team.
“At the end of each season, we take stock and consider the talent required to support our development for the season ahead," Director of Football for Melbourne City Michael Petrillo said.
"This series of new and renewed appointments for our men’s and women’s teams will provide the structure required to support the Club’s winning ambitions as we look forward to the 2018-19 season," he added.