New Bright Stars Coach ambitious to reform the team

President of SSFA, l(left), and Bright Stars New Coach (Center) during news conference in Juba on Tuesday. Photo by Mario Deng

The National football team, Bright Stars’ new head coach, is ambitious to reforms the club and uses the current players, take South Sudan to the next level.

Mr. Stefano Cusin, an Italian national, signed a two-year deal with the club on Tuesday, September 28 September 2021.

The 64 Italian professional football managers worked with clubs from Europe, Asia, and Africa.

On Tuesday, the South Sudan Football Association briefed the media after signed two years to lead the team.

The President SSFA, Agustino Maduot, said the new coach is unanimously accepted base on his previous experience that will help the club.

“He has been a coach for a long quiet time; because of his experience, the board of directors of SSFA unanimously accepted that he is the right person to take the team to the next level.”

Maduot pledged to support the new head coach with the necessary resources to achieve the dream of South Sudan football.

Mr. Stefano Cusin, the new coach of Bright Stars, expressed willingness to transform the team, achieve a great result that will make South Sudan proud.

“We are not coming from zero, no no, this team has quality. So now we need to reach tactical organization, the essential mentality,” he said.

The new coach said South Sudanese want a competitive national football team.

South Sudan forced to forfeit Fifa Arab Cup qualifier after nine players tested positive of COVID-19 in June.

The National team will face their first games with Morocco, Gambia, and Sera Lieon under Coach Simon James Yor, an interim coach for bright stars. But the new coach will act as a technical and senior advisor until the listed games are plays this year.


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