Radhi Jaïdi has become the latest African up-and-coach to graduate with a Uefa Pro Licence in the United Kingdom.
Jaidi has confirmed on his twitter handle that he had earned the coaching badge.
“I am delighted to receive my certificate today, one year after graduating. I worked with a lot of passion and desire to achieve this goal. This has allowed me to take an important step forward in my coaching career. My ambitions are always high. Looking forward to achieving more!” the former Tunisia skipper tweeted.
Jaïdi works at Belgian side Cercle Brugge as an assistant coach having left a similar role at Southampton in England.
The former Tunisia defender has graduated alongside former Ivorian defender Kolo Toure.
Kolo works as an assistant coach to Brendan Rodgers at Leicester City in the Premier League.
Former Manchester United defender Quintone Fortune was the first to announce that he had graduated with a similar coach badge.
The South African works as first team coach for Reading FC in England