The Portuguese coach was speaking during his presentation, this Thursday (10/06), in Nampula.”I clearly know that all management, coaches (… ) they want to win, they want to look back at Nampula up there, and that is my mission, and that is my spirit. What I can promise the mass fans is hard work, a lot of discipline, rigor, a lot of professionalism and above all three points, week after week” finished off. The 37-year-old coach returns to Mozambique three years later, where he coached Costa do Sol in 2015, having managed to take the club to second place at Moçambola. In 2017, he coached the Canarians again, having also finished second in the league table, but managed to lead the club to the Mozambique Cup by winning the União Desportiva do Songo by (1-0), the following year, Nelson Santos coached Ferroviário from Maputo, where they also only managed to place the club in the second position of the main national football championship. This Sunday, their first clash will be against the last classified, Matchedje de Mocuba with 3 points, which also debuts Nacir Armando in technical command of the “Militantes” of Quelimane, in defiance of the ninth journey of Moçambola. The Nampula Railroad is ranked second to last with only four points.
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