Igor Stimac, coach of the Indian nationwide males’s team, obtained a contract extension courtesy of which he’ll stay on the helm until September 2022. Keeping in thoughts the Asian Cup qualifiers, the All India Football Federation (AIFF) on Monday proposed the transfer throughout its technical committee assembly on Monday.
“All India Football Federation’s Technical Committee beneath the chairmanship of Shyam Thapa met through a video convention the place Stimac made a presentation on the efficiency graph of the senior males’s nationwide team whereby he highlighted concerning the change in football philosophy and the emergence of the long run technology of the Blue Tigers within the National Team set-up.
“The committee deliberated at length, and reached a consensus that in view of the external factors which has had a huge impact on the footballing world in general, and with the national team all set to begin their campaign in their quest to qualify for the AFC Asian Cup China 2023, head coach Igor Stimac be given an extension of his contract till September 2022,” the AIFF stated in an announcement.
The Chairman requested Stimac to give you an in depth long run plan to take Indian Football ahead collectively.
Stimac, who has been on contract as Head Coach since May 2019, had coached Croatia to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Under Stimac the Indian team participated within the 2022 World Cup and 2023 AFC Asian Cup qualifiers.
While they might not advance to the subsequent spherical of World Cup qualifiers, India completed third within the group with seven factors to make the third spherical of the Asian Cup qualifiers.