Odisha FC has added another weapon to their armoury by bringing in Mr. Rogerio Ramos as the new Goalkeeping Coach ahead of Hero Indian Super League, 7th edition. The erstwhile National Team Goalkeeping Coach joined the Bhubaneswar-based franchise with respect to a two-year bargain on Thursday.
Aside from the Indian senior squad and different national age groups, the Brazilian was likewise the Goalkeeping Coach of the Sudan National Team. The 46-year-old previous expert goalkeeper was additionally active as a Goalkeeping Coach in different clubs like EC Santo Andre SP and EC Novo Hamburgo RS in Brazil, Mahindra United, and Vasco Sports Club in India, Young In Academy in South Korea and NEA Salamina in Cyprus.
Talking on the new Goalkeeping Coach, Head Coach Mr. Stuart Baxter stated, “I welcome Rogerio Ramos to the OFC family, and I am certain that he will be a generally excellent expansion to our training group. We as a whole are in the same spot as for the goalkeepers in OFC, and that will be a great bit of leeway for us all.”
In the wake of joining Odisha FC, Mr Ramos stated, I really feel privileged to have the honour of representing Odisha FC for the upcoming edition. ISL has become a breeding ground for young footballers in India and to be a part of it is something noteworthy.
Almost everyone knows how the way I work and how I give whatever I need to profit the club I am working with. I attempt to have full responsibility with the staff, players, and chiefly with the goalkeepers to make this significant area of the group work in ideal amicability with our Coach’s way of thinking to get the ideal outcomes from the group, he added.
Article Written by Sobhan Garnaik