The former Liverpool defender is set to take over reins of the Bangalore-based club in the 2013-14 season…
The I-League franchise to be owned by Jindal Steel Works (JSW), is set to name Richard Money as their head coach, Goal understands Pradhyum Reddy, the DSK Shivajians coach, will be assist the experienced Englishman. The franchise is set to be based out of Bangalore.
Money has had the honour of representing Liverpool when they were at their very best in the late 80's. The defender appeared for the Reds 14 times, but was an unused substitute in the final of the 1981 European Cup which the Merseyside club won 1-0 against Real Madrid.
Money is currently the coach of Cambridge United who competes in the fifth tier of the English league. He has also coached Sweden’s AIK in the prestigious UEFA Cup, now known as the Europa League. His most successful spell was at Walsall as he led them to win the League Two, the fourth division in England.
Money's managerial record
Reddy, the Scottish-born Indian, famously helped Shillong Lajong win the I-League division 2 a couple of seasons back. Under his tutelage, the north east club reached the semi-finals of three major cup competitions in the country.
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