BFC appoints Moosa as assistant coach

Former I-League player, Naushad Moosa has been appointed as an assistant coach for the Bengaluru FC side, as it prepares to participate in its first ISL season.

A former player himself, Moosa has played for Air India, Mahindra United, Churchill Brothers, East Bengal and Mohammedan Sporting   -  Bengaluru FC

Federation Cup champion, Bengaluru FC announced the appointment of Naushad Moosa as an assistant coach for its first team as well as reserve side, on Thursday. 

Moosa's appointment comes at a crucial juncture for BFC, as it signed up to participate in the Indian Soccer League (ISL). The former I-League defender was associated with the Reliance Foundation Youth Champs in Navi Mumbai,  as an U-14 coach.

He holds a AFC Pro licence and served as the Head coach and Head of Youth Development for the under-19 team at Pune FC. He also worked as the Head coach with the Air India team and as a Youth coach  at Mumbai FC.

Moosa’s coaching highs came at Pune FC, where he won the U-18 I-League twice. The 46-year-old will join the BFC coaching team, where head coach, Albert Roca and assistant coach, Carles Cuadrat have been retained.

A former player himself, Moosa has played for Air India, Mahindra United, Churchill Brothers, East Bengal and Mohammedan Sporting and was widely known for his long throw-ins.

 

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