Steve D’Amato is back at Sirens FC, the Times of Malta can confirm.
D’Amato had been in talks with the St Paul’s Bay side for the past few weeks and an agreement was finally reached this week which would see him seal a return to the club after a three-year absence.
In fact, negotiations were finalised on Thursday evening and D’Amato put pen to paper on a two-year deal.
For D’Amato this will be his second spell at Sirens FC after he had taken charge of the team in season 2019-20 where he managed to lead the team to an historic qualification to the UEFA Europa League.
However, his tenure at the club came to an end the following season and he moved on to lead Tarxien Rainbows in season 2020-21 before taking over at Sweiqi United last term.
At Sirens, D’Amato will replace Winston Muscat whose contract at the club was not extended b the club despite managing to keep them in the top-flight in the last two seasons.
It is interesting to note, that D’Amato will reach a prestigious milestone when he leads his team in the new Premier League season as the former Ħamrun Spartans and Senglea Athletic coach will be making his 200th appearance in the top-flight on the opening day of the new campaign.
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