A new wing in Gauramangi Singh’s cap joins FC Goa as former Indian international player as assistant coach

“I am happy to be associated with FC Goa. Knowing the clubs and the quality of their game is a big step in the right direction in terms of my coaching career. Goa is my second home, having played in the state for many years. I feel very good when I come back, ”Gauramangi added fcgoa.in After signing the marked line.

“I spoke to Ravi (Puskur, director of football) and Carlos P (head coach), who gave me a clear idea of ​​the club’s project. I was able to communicate well with them and so it was very easy for me to do makeup. My mind to join FC Goa.

“I played my first ISL match against Gaur at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda. The stadium has a great atmosphere and the fans love the club and this is my first experience as a competitor. And now, I can’t wait to work with FC Goa and make a positive contribution to the club’s development. “

Pushkur also expressed happiness over the appointment of Gauramangi.

“Gormangi is a famous name in Indian football that needs no introduction. In our club’s philosophy, as part of personal development, we have always focused on promoting new and upcoming coaching talent, and Gauramangi is no exception, ”he said.

The head coach and I talked to him in detail and we thought he would be a great cultural and coaching fit for the team. His vast experience in Indian football in various roles will be a valuable asset to the head coach’s backroom staff and I am sure that his inclusion will also benefit the players in the team with his presence and playing experience. “

Produced by the Tata Football Academy, Gauramangi played for some of the biggest football clubs in the country during his 15-year career. He is one of the most decorated Indian footballers after a millennium turn by winning almost every club trophy in India.

While at Dempo SC, Singh won the National Football League (NFL) and the Federation Cup in the 2004-05 season. The following year, he repeated the feat with Mahindra United. Between 2007 and 2012, center-back played for the Churchill Brothers, with whom he won an I-League (2008-09), two IFA Shields (2009 and 2011) and two Durand Cups (2009 and 2011). He was also voted the best defender of the I-League championship season.

In 2010, Gauramangi was named AIFF’s Male Player of the Year. Four years later, he made his ISL debut from Chennai FC.

The Manipur-based footballer was one of the most successful Indian national teams in recent history, winning the Nehru Cup twice (2007 and 2009) and the AFC Challenge Cup and SAFF Cup in 2008. 70 matches for the Blue Tigers.

In 2018, after hanging his boots, he turned to full-time coaching. The 36-year-old, who has been an AIFF A licensee since 2019, has worked as an assistant coach for Bengaluru United for the past three seasons.

Gauramangi was instrumental in FCBU’s back-to-back success in the BDFA Super Division League, where they defeated Bangalore FC to win the 2020-21 and 2021-22 seasons. With him on the coaching staff, the club reached the semifinals in their first Durand Cup campaign last year.

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