Francisco Costa says he wouldn’t mind if East Bengal brings any foreign coach
East Bengal officially announced their head coach name just a day ago. Francisco Bruto Da Costa has AFC Pro License and has lots of experience in Indian football. He previously coached the Indian Super League side NorthEast United under Nelo Vingada and also coached the Malaysian National Football team also under Vingada.
Francisco Bruto Da Costa interacted with the Goal.com and his future plan.
Francisco Bruto Da Costa says East Bengal is a big club but it’s not important where they play in ISL or I-League
“East Bengal is a big club. For me, it is not important whether they play in ISL or I-League. That was never the question. East Bengal has achieved a lot over the years and they have a very rich history. It was an honor and privilege to join such a club especially in their centenary year,” Francisco Bruto Da Costa told Goal.com.
Francisco Bruto Da Costa says he enjoy pressure and looking forward play in Kolkata
“I enjoy pressure situations and I am really looking forward to working in Kolkata. Since childhood, pressure works as a motivation for me to work even harder. So I was very happy to take up this great challenge.”
Francisco Bruto Da Costa says if East Bengal management bring any foreign coach he wouldn’t mind working with him
“If East Bengal management decides to bring a foreign coach I won’t mind,
“My job has always been to contribute to the game and I will continue to do the best I can. My target is to make East Bengal successful.”
Francisco Bruto Da Costa wants to see East Bengal in ISL
“It is always nice to play in the top tier. There are certain things that have to be done and if everything is done, then definitely East Bengal will be in ISL. But the decision will depend on the AIFF, FSDL, and the East Bengal management. I have no say in this. But it would be nice to see East Bengal play in the ISL.”
Francisco Bruto Da Costa wants to contribute to the youth setup of Bengal
“I would love to contribute to the youth setup of East Bengal. It will be nice if I can share my experience and knowledge with coaches in the youth system to bring success to the club. I would like to be part of it.
“I have already spoken to the club regarding the structure of the youth development programs but I have not got into details. As and when I go there I can get into more details because it is difficult to do anything from so far away,” Francisco Bruto Da Costa concluded.