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Days after parting ways with Santosh Kashyap, the I league side club Mumbai FC has recently appointed Oscar Bruzon as the head coach of the club till the end of the season.
— Mumbai Football Club (@MumbaiFC) March 23, 2017
Bruzon is a former Spanish footballer and was the assistant coach of RCD Mallorca's youth team in the Segunda Division before taking up this position.
The 39-year-old Spaniard also has an experience of Indian Football as he was the assistant coach of Mumbai City FC in 2015.
Mumbai FC sacked Santosh Kashyap after a 5-0 defeat against DSK Shivajians and now the Spaniard man Bruzon takes over a team which is currently bottom in the I-league table and winless in their last 12 games.
After taking over the charge of Mumbai FC’s head coach, the Spaniard said, "I want the players to believe we can do it. I don't want to go further than the next match. We play Churchill Brothers next and that's our only focus right now,"