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Roberto Carlos Mario Gomez Named New Persib Bandung Coach
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Tuesday, 28 November, 2017 | 14:38 WIB
Roberto Carlos Mario Gomez Named New Persib Bandung Coach

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Roberto Carlos Mario Gomez has been named new Persib Bandung coach. The announcement was made today, Nov. 28, on the club website.

“PT Persib Bandung Bermartabat (Persib) hereby announces a partnership with Roberto Carlos Mario Gomez. The Argentinian coach, who had managed Malaysian side Johor Darul Ta’zim, has officially been appointed to take the helm at the Maung Bandung for Liga 1 season 2018,” the announcement says.

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Mario Gomez, 60, sings a two-year contract. He is tasked with bringing back Persib’s glory days.

The Coach of the Year of the Malaysian League 2015/2016 has been eyeing current Persib players to retain and start scouting for new players, the announcement says.

“Mario Gomez is currently in Argentina filing paperwork to come to Indonesia. The 60-year-old coach will arrive in Bandung and be introduced to the Bobotoh [fans] in early December 2017,” Persib management says.

“For glory and a better Persib, here’s for Mario Gomez to help reach the dreams of the management and Bobotoh. Persib Salawasna [Forever]!”

Persib—previously tipped to become the champions—sit 13th out of 18 clubs in the final standings of Liga 1 this season.


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