Gianluca Atzori has pledged his future with Floriana FC after he agreed a new two-year contract with the Premier League club.
The Italian tactician has been at the helm of Floriana FC since the start of the season and has helped the club to mount a serious league challenge, which saw the team finish just behind champions Hibernians.
However, the highlight of his first season in Maltese football arrived in the FA Trophy as Atzori led the team to FA Trophy success when they beat Valletta 2-1 in the final last May.
Now, Atzori has decided to continue his project at Floriana by signing a new two-year deal.
“Head Coach Gianluca Atzori has sent a strong message of trust and stability in the Club by committing himself to a new contract extension until 2024,” the Premier League club said in a statement.
“The experienced coach – who led important sides in Italy such as Sampdoria, Spezia and Catania – is considered to be the tactical mind behind the new project which is laying important foundations for the present and future of the club.
“Winning the FA Trophy during his first season in Malta and awarded as the Best Coach of the Premier Division by the Malta Football Coaches Association, Gianluca will continue to be the motivating factor towards more professional football development of our senior and youth squads.”
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