Announcing the departure from last week, FCG Bordeaux have formalized the end of the adventure with their coach, Pedro Martínez Llosa, due to personal reasons. After two seasons at the club, Technician will head the Scottish team for the next three years!
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Playing their first preliminary round of the League of Champions is a major defeat for the Gironde club, which is preparing in a matter of weeks. The Girondines will have to find a football cadre to replace him with an approaching deadline and next season, which promises to be picked up with the return of Saint-Etienne in D1!
The club, which is actively working in this direction, is said to have already trained at Rio Mavuba, a former French international and Bordeaux club (name). U19 men’s assistant coach at the beginning of the month) ! Her replacement, however, will be able to rely on contributions from José Barcala García, assistant coach, Damien López, goalkeeper coach and Hugo Roche, physical trainer, who will continue to coach the women’s team of FC Girondins de Bordeaux.
Losa. a great first for
The 45-year-old Spanish coach, who has already been settled in London from 2014 to 2017, will have a difficult task of qualifying the women’s team for the next World Cup 2023. He will replace Shelley Kerr – who was also passed by Arsenal. Right before that – and will certainly find the players he coached with the Gunners: Caroline Weir, Christy Murray, Kim Little, Lisa Evans and Emma Mitchell.
His first game for the Scottish national team will be in Hungary on Friday 17 September, before a home game against the Faroe Islands four days later. Scotland are aiming for their second consecutive World Cup qualification (following France 2019, editor’s note) and will face Spain and Ukraine to rally Australia. The first experience in the selection, which pleased the Spanish technician, as we can read in the press release from the Federation:
“It has been a long-standing ambition for me to coach a women’s national team, so it is a huge honor for me to take charge of Scotland today.” Pedro martínez Llosa, coach of the Scottish national team
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