Winston Muscat has announced that he is no longer the coach of Sirens FC.
Muscat has been in charge of Sirens for the past two seasons during which he helped the St Paul’s Bay side to retain their top-flight status.
After two years in charge, the much-travelled coach has decided to seek a new challenge in his career, and in a statement, he thanked the Sirens FC committee and players for their support and collaboration.
“I’m incredibly proud of what we accomplished during my time as coach of Sirens FC. Together, we reached our targets and it was an honor to lead such a talented and dedicated group of players,” Muscat said in a statement on his facebook page.
“I want to thank the players, technical staff, Sirens FC committee and everyone involved for their hard work and support. I’m looking forward to the next chapter in my coaching career.”
Muscat gave no information on where he will continue his career but it is understood that he is evaluating a number of offers in the Maltese Premier League.
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