Kibu Vicuna appointed as Head Coach of Mohun Bagan| John Gregory stays at Chennaiyin FC


Jose Antonio Vicuna appointed as new Mohun Bagan head coach.

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UEFA pro licence holder Kibu Vicuna AKA Jose Antonio Vicuna has been as New head coach of Mohun Bagan for I League 2019-2020.Vicuna has experience of working in Spain and Poland. He was with Legia Warsaw when they won Polish League and Polish Super Cup in 2012-2013. After Legia Warsaw, he joined La Liga club Osasuna as an assistant manager. In 2015-2016 he returned back to Poland. He won Polish Super Cup as assistant manager of Lech Poznan. Then he took up the role of Wisla Plock’s head coach. Vicuna has worked with the likes of Raul Garcia, Cesar Azpilicueta, Nacho Monreal and Javi Martinez in the past.

We have spoken with Kibu and he is happy and excited about the challenges of coaching in Mohun Bagan. Kibu has the ability, knowledge and experience. He promotes young players and has a style and a way of working similar to ours. He has a philosophy of the game that is very much like Mohun Bagan’s philosophy and is a hard worker. Also, he is passionate about applying advanced technology to both training and matches.

Mohun Bagan Directors.

John Gregory stays at Chennaiyin FC.

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John Gregory has extended his contract with Chennaiyin FC for one more year. Englishman won the ISL last season with the club. Although this season Chennaiyin failed to qualify for playoffs. But Chennaiyin played well in the later part of this season. They managed to beat Bengaluru FC and they also played the Super Cup finals. Currently they are top in their AFC Cup group.

John’s professional attitude and commitment to the Chennaiyin cause is exemplary. We look forward to a memorable AFC Cup before fighting it out for a coveted third ISL trophy next season

Vita Dani, Owner of Chennaiyin FC.

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