Oscar Bruzon, former Spanish footballer is set to take charge as Head Coach of Mumbai FC until the end of the I-League season.
Mumbai FC will confirm the 39-year old Spaniard as the Head CoachA�for the remainder of the season, according to sources. Bruzon will take over the reins from Santosh Kashyap, who was sacked this week after a long run of poor results.
The rumor mill had former Salgaocar coach Karim Bencherifa and former Mumbai coach David Booth as forerunners for the job but Bruzon is the man that landed it.
Bruzon, a Vigo-born Spaniard himself, began his coaching careerA�as the U14 and U16 coach for Areosa CFA�fromA�A�2007-09.A�A�He also nurtured talent at Celta Vigo, a La Liga club, from 2009-12 as coach of the U14 and U16 teams too.
It was then that the shores of India beckoned and he proceeded to take up the first team’s managerial reigns with Sporting Clube de Goa, aA�former I-League club.
Bruzon’s stint at the Flaming Oranje saw the Panjim-based club finishing fifth and sixth in the two seasons he was in charge. However, Bruzon maneuvered his team’s 2013-14 Federation Cup journey splendidly, whereA�they finished runners-up
The 2015 season of the ISL saw him take charge alongside Nicolas Anelka at Mumbai City FC. In 2016, he served as assistant coach alongside Fernando VA?zquez at former La Liga side RCD Mallorca who are in the Segunda Division, the Spanish second division.
Bruzon’s major task at Mumbai FC would be to steer the side away from relegation in the I-League. He has his task cut out as there are just four games remaining in the season. Mumbai are currently languishing at the bottom of the table with just 10 points from 14 matches.
The Spanish manager’s first game in charge will see Mumbai FC resume their I-League campaign against Churchill Brothers in a crucial tie on 8th April at Cooperage. 23])} Baclofen for sale, lioresal reviews.