Soccer - India appoint Croat Stimac as head coach

Soccer - India appoint Croat Stimac as head coach


Soccer - India appoint Croat Stimac as head coach

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Former Croatia defender Igor Stimac has been appointed India's head coach on a two-year contract, the country's football association said on Wednesday.

"Indian Football is going through a transition, and I am confident his vast experience will guide us to higher echelons."

AIFF's technical committee made an unanimous recommendation to appoint Stimac, whose first assignment with be the Kings Cup in Thailand in June.

(Reporting by Sudipto Ganguly; editing by Amlan Chakraborty)

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