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Stimac appointed India coach

SoccerNews in General Soccer News 15 May 2019

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Igor Stimac has been appointed as the new coach of the India national team, the All India Football Federation (AIFF) has confirmed.

The former Croatia international succeeds Stephen Constantine in the role after signing a two-year contract.

The 51-year-old, who had spells at Hajduk Split, Derby County and West Ham during his playing career, was last coaching in Qatar at Al-Shahania, a role he left in April 2017.

Stimac posted a message on Twitter in which he wrote: “The journey begins finally. Thanks everyone at All India Football Federation for the trust. I am excited and let’s accomplish the mission together.

“It is possible only with the support of everyone in this beautiful country. Teamwork both on and off pitch.”

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