ISL 2021-22: Juan Ferrando steps down as FC Goa head coach, Clifford Miranda to take over as interim

Juan Ferrando at FC Goa (FCG)

FC Goa confirmed that Juan Ferrando would step down as head coach, with Clifford Miranda taking interim charge of the first team.

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FC Goa on Monday announced that ‘Juan Ferrando has stepped down as head coach.’

On Ferrando’s departure, football director Ravi Puscur said, “We are very disappointed to have lost Juan. His decision to leave the club was unexpected and came as a surprise especially at this point of the season, where we are in the middle of the season.” I came in

“We are particularly disappointed that we were kept in the dark until yesterday morning, where he spoke of his desire to leave the club. However, once he stated his stance and the release clause was activated, we had many There was little choice left. I wish Juan a bright future.”

Ferrando led Gaur to the semi-finals of the Indian Super League in his only full season with FC Goa in 2020-21. He was also in charge of the club during their first and historic continental campaign in the AFC Champions League, where they finished third in Group E. FC Goa also won the 021 Durand Cup under Ferrando.

FC Goa said in a statement that “Assistant Coach Clifford Miranda will take interim charge of the first team” and “the club will make further announcements in due course.”

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