Radulovic managed two Kuwaiti clubs during a two-year stint in the country.
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Lebanon's fate will in all likelihood depend on the outcomes of their two matches against Kuwait, the first of which takes place in Sidon Thursday.The itinerant Montenegrin is no stranger to Kuwaiti football having managed local sides Kazma and Al-Jahra during two spells in the country, and his experience augurs well for Lebanon who have endured mixed results against Thursday's opponents.Lebanon's foreign contingent arrived earlier this week to further augment a squad brimming with attacking talent.Antar, who performed a 2013 u-turn on his self-imposed exile from international football, was eager to stress the importance of a good start for Lebanon.Bilal Najjarine's injury means that Nour Mansour will most likely partner Mohammad in the heart of defense, with the Safa player's ability to bring the ball out from the back key to Lebanon's attacking play.It remains to be seen, however, if Lebanon's burgeoning side can deliver on that promise.
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