Gudja United are set to open talks with Mark Buttigieg over the vacant position of first-team coach, the Times of Malta can confirm.
The Southerners are currently looking to install a new first-team coach following the sudden departure of Andrea Agostinelli at the end of last season.
Gudja United enjoyed a solid campaign in the Premier League as the team managed to secure their top-flight status for another season with a few matches to spare.
Now, the club is looking to bring in an experienced coach that can help the team make another step forward in what promises to be a more challenging campaign next season.
Gudja have set their sights on Buttigieg who last season led Nadur Youngsters to the Gozitan league title.
Apart, from enjoying a lot of success in Gozitan football, Buttigieg also left his mark in the BOV Premier League as the former Birkirkara coach had managed to lead Ħamrun Spartans to their first championship after a 30-year absence in season 2020-21.
Sources have told the Times of Malta that Buttigieg is one a number of candidates that are being considered for the job and talks with him are set to be held this week.
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