French coach to take over at Thoevendo after his predecessor rejected a new contract offer
Premier Soccer League team Marumo Galants has confirmed the appointment of Sebastian Magne as the new head coach.
The former Kenyan and Equatorial Guinean winger has replaced Dylan Kerr, who turned down an offer from the Thaiwando Club to renew his contract. The French coach will be assisted by Jean-Franکوois Lassioto in Marumo Gallants.
The club announced on Thursday that Marumo Gallant FC is pleased to announce the appointment of their new coach, Sebastian Bernard Henry Clement Magne.
The 48-year-old Frenchman coached the national teams of Equatorial Guinea and Kenya, respectively. He also served as the manager of the Republic of Congo national team.
“Magne arrives in Polaquine with Belgium’s new assistant coach, Jean-Franئسois Lascito. Lucioto, 49, has worked in various African countries, including Equatorial Guinea. [Future Kings and Egypt [Tala ea El Geish Sporting Club]. He also coached the Black Leopard and Richards BFC in South Africa. Both Magne and Loschito are UEFA qualifiers and are excited to be part of the Galants.
The organization also announced Harris Chow at the club – who has previously worked at Memlody Sundowns, Orlando Parrots, and Superport United – as the team’s new technical director.
Strong running unit
In addition to appointing a new technical bench, the arrival of 27-year-old Mohammad Zaid Patel has strengthened the playing unit played by Spanish club Luja CDFC, Zimbabwe-born learner Mover Mambo, who Harare City represented FC and Jurin. Long limousines from the Netherlands.
The club’s chairman, Abram Cello, welcomed the nominees and hoped that their arrival would usher in a new era in the Marumo Galant.
“As a team, it is a good time for us to bring in these experienced people. We will be able to participate in the PSL and the Kiev Kiev Championships with confidence. Also thank you for pointing out such good abilities, “says Cello.
“We are confident that with his guidance we will be in a position to achieve our goals. Last season was not an easy journey because we were part of the team that joined the association, but we survived. And also won the Nid Bank Cup.
When Magne was appointed Harambi Stars coach, he helped Kenya qualify for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt but left in August 2019 when he left for the 2020 Africa Nations Championship. Failed to qualify.