Ħamrun Spartans have announced that they have reached an agreement to part ways with club’s techical director Guido Ugolotti.
The Spartans announced that the Italian had expressed his wish to return to his homeland, a request that was accepted by the Maltese club.
Ugolotti has been at the Malta champions for the past year and had an influential role in building a competitive team that reached an historic berth in the Play Off round of the UEFA Conference League as well as winning the Premier League title with a record margin.
This summer, Ugolotti worked with new Ħamrun Spartans coach Luciano Zauri in strengthening the team that managed to reach the third qualifying round of the Conference League, before bowing out to Hungarian side Ferencvaros.
“Ħamrun Spartans Football Club announce that they have reached an agreement with Mr Guido Ugolotti for them to part ways. Mr Ugolotti has served the club as technical director since June 2022,” the Malta champions said in a statement.
“He has actively participated in the construction of last year’s squad which won the Premier League by a margin of 19 points over their nearest rivals. The same squad reached the 4th round of the UEFA Conference League, a milestone for Maltese football.
“Mr Ugolotti was instrumental in instilling an excellent ethical, technical and professional approach in the scouting of all foreign players for these last two seasons.
“He also contributed and advised the Club on our Youth Strategy which resulted in winning two consecutive under-19 league championships.
“The technical director has expressed his wish to return to his native Italy. Ħamrun Spartans FC wish to thank Mr Ugolotti for the excellent service he has given to the club and wish him the best of luck for the future.”
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