Division One side Mellieha Libertas confirmed on Thursday that former coach Ian Terribile will be returning to his position after a hiatus from the sport.
This announcement comes just days after former coach Christian Narciso’s departure from the club after one season.
Terribile, who left his post back in 2020 and was replaced by Silvia Gambino back then, returns to the club he led when it was still an amateur league side, now an entirely changed side.
“Welcome back Ian Terribile!! Ian was the architect since the first minute of this young and successful club. After taking a break from coaching he will come back to coach our first division team,” a club statement read.
The former MBA Shield winner as a player will now take over a Mellieha side which has grown since moving into the top tier of Maltese basketball. The Northerners have since made an appearance in the final of every local cup, particularly last season. They are also currently the holders of the Louis Borg Cup and will be fighting for the Super Cup with title winners Starlites before the start of the new season.
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