Mumbai City FC appoints Petr Kratky as new head coach

Mumbai City FC appoints Petr Kratky as new head coach


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Mumbai City FC has appointed Czech Republic’s Petr Kratky as the head coach of the team for the current season. Kratky was previously associated with Mumbai City’s associate club Melbourne City. This 42-year-old coach has been given the responsibility of the team till the end of the 2024-25 season.

Indian Super League (ISL) team Mumbai City FC has appointed Czech Republic’s Petr Kratky as the head coach of the team for the current season. Kratky was previously associated with Mumbai City’s associate club Melbourne City. This 42-year-old coach has been given the responsibility of the team till the end of the 2024-25 season.

Kratky has played football for 15 years as a professional player. The defensive player has represented a few clubs in the Czech Republic such as Mlada Boleslav and Slovan Liberec before finishing his career with Heidelberg United in Australia. Kratky has performed brilliantly in his role as Melbourne City’s assistant coach. The team won the A-League (Australia’s top domestic league) titles in 2021–22 and 2022–23 during his presence.

“I am excited to embrace this new opportunity at Mumbai City FC and continue to work as part of the City Football Group (CFC),” Kratky said. What I pay most attention to within CFG is the vision that reflects City Group’s vision of the game.” He will take charge of the team ahead of the ISL clash against FC Goa on December 12.

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