Yanga announce Argentine as new head coach after Nabi's depature

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FOOTBALL Yanga announce Argentine as new head coach after Nabi's depature

Festus Chuma 15:27 - 24.06.2023

The Argentine gaffer replaces Mohamed Nasreddine Nabi.

Tanzania Premier League record champions Yanga SC have announced the appointment of Argentine Miguel Angel Gamondi as their new head coach.

The 56-year-old gaffer will be taking over the reins from Nasreddine Nabi, who recently bid farewell to the club after the conclusion of the highly competitive 2022-23 season.


With an impressive managerial career spanning across various continents, Gamondi brings a wealth of experience and tactical acumen to the Tanzanian outfit.

Having successfully managed clubs such as Mamelodi Sundowns, USM Alger, CR Belouizdad, Wydad Casablanca, IR Tanger, and Platinum Stars, among others, his appointment has sparked excitement and anticipation among Yanga's passionate fan base.

His track record of success and his reputation for implementing an attacking style of play have made him a much sought-after coach in the African football landscape.

Gamondi's tenure at Mamelodi Sundowns, a South African powerhouse, was particularly noteworthy.

During his time at the club, he guided them to several domestic triumphs, including league titles and cup victories.

Under his guidance, Mamelodi Sundowns developed a reputation for their free-flowing, high-scoring brand of football, leaving fans in awe of their performances on the pitch.

The Argentine coach also had successful stints in Algeria, where he worked with USM Alger and CR Belouizdad, achieving notable milestones at both clubs.

With USM Alger, Gamondi played a pivotal role in their Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 success, while at CR Belouizdad, he led the team to a thrilling Algerian Cup triumph.

At Wydad Casablanca, he steered the team to a Moroccan Botola Pro title, leaving an indelible mark on the club's history.