Former Manchester United coach Rene Meulensteen is going to join the upcoming Indian Super League season as a head coach of the Kerala Blasters. The Dutchman Rene Meulensteen will replace Steve Coppell thereafter he joined the new Tata Stell owned outfit Jamshedpur FC. The Manchester City manager Stuart Pearce also talk to Jamshedpur FC regarding this job. But this job finalized in the fever of Rene Meulensteen. Let’s move to check out some important information.
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When Goal asked to Rene Meulensteen then he replayed, “Have the club announced the news yet? I cannot comment on this until they do.”
The CEO of the Kerala Blasters Varun Tripuraneni told, “We are happy to bring a top coach on board and hopefully things will work out well for us.”
Rene Meulensteen is 53-year old, he was the coach of Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson, in two spells for 11 years. He has played an important role in the Red Devils to win the three Premier League titles as well Champions League title in 2008. He was the first coach in the at United from 2007.
When incoming boss David Moyes brought his own support staff thereafter Sir Alex Ferguson had to retire thereafter Rene Meulensteen left United at the end of the 2012-13. Thereafter he went to Russian at the assist Guus Hiddink as a manager for club Anzhi Makhachkala. But he could not continue job more than 16 days.
Then Rene Meulensteen applied for a job as a coach for the Fulham FC in November 2013. But he could not continue that job for a long time due to the poor performance and bad result. His place taken over by the German manager Felix Magath.