The Columbus Crew have named Vojislav "Scoop" Stanisic its new goalkeeping coach.

Stanisic comes to the Crew with a USSF 'A' coaching license and a long, varied resume in American soccer. He fills the position vacated by Vadim Kirillov, whose five-year tenure with the club ended following last season.

"I am honored to join such a great organization," Stanisic said. "Hesmer, Gruenebaum and Lampson are all very talented goalkeepers, and I look forward to working with them to further their development and help the club reach its goals."

A native of Belgrade, Serbia, the 48-year-old Stanisic began his playing career in the youth system of Partizan Belgrade at the age of 15. He remained with the storied club until 1984, when he moved to the United States to play for the New York Cosmos' indoor team. He went on to build a reputation as one of the top goalkeepers in the indoor game over the course of a career that lasted until 2001.