Mumbai City FC appoints Brazil’s Rogerio Ramos as goalkeeping coach

Ramos, who hails from Brazil, has previously served as the goalkeeping coach of the Indian national football team. The former professional goalkeeper has coached Indian clubs such as Vasco and Mahindra United as well as ES Santo Andre SP and EC Novo Hamburgo RS in Brazil, NEA Salamina in Cyprus and the Sudanese national football team.

Ramos comes with a lot of experience, especially in India and recently joined the Islanders after making his trade to fellow Indian Super League side Odisha FC.

The 48-year-old will join the coaching staff of Des Buckingham’s first team, along with Hiroshi Miyazawa (assistant coach), Anthony Fernandes (assistant coach) and Danny Deegan (strength and conditioning coach).

“India is a country that is close to my heart and I am delighted to be included in one of the best clubs in the country. As a coach, I have always believed in helping players become better every day and I believe that not only the goalkeepers but the entire team here, we can truly take this club to new heights together. I look forward to working with Head Coach Des Buckingham and the rest of the Mumbai City staff.” This is a new experience in my career and one that I am ready to embark on,” said Rogerio Ramos.

“Rosario is a very well known and highly respected coach in India and beyond. He has a great deal of football experience in India, as a player and now as a coach and his track record of training and development. Mumbai City FC head coach Des Buckingham said, “Some of India’s best goalkeepers speak for themselves. I am delighted to welcome Rosario to our staff group and look forward to working closely with him.”

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