Oscar Bruzon quits Sporting Goa amicably

The Spanish coach parted ways with the I-League outfit following a fruitful two-year stint...
Oscar Bruzon Barreras has confirmed that he has terminated his contract with Sporting Clube de Goa after spending two years with the Goan club.

"We have positively reached a mutual agreement regarding the termination of my contract with Sporting Clube de Goa," the former Flaming Oranje head coach informed Goal.

"The reason being few unresolved technical differences which took me to the conclusion that the objectives related to a continuous improvement and development cannot be fulfilled in the current conditions. So it’s time to part ways and keeping our excellent harmony intact," he added.

The former Under-14 coach of Celta de Vigo for which club Bruzon played for as well helped Sporting to a runners-up position in the Federation Cup of 2013-14 season besides leading the club to a respectable sixth and fifth place finishes in the last two I-League seasons. They even won the Goa Pro League (GPL) title last year.

The 37 year-old also oversaw the launch and progress of budding local talent at Sporting Clube de Goa's football academy.

Five of Sporting Goa's players have also made it to the Indian national team squad under Bruzon's guidance with Dawson Fernandes and Victorino Fernandes making their India senior debuts.

The Spaniard remained grateful for the opportunity given by Sporting and wished the club well for the future.

"I had a rewarding experience working with this club, two magnificent seasons which resulted in the attainment of three trophies," he recalled.

"Finaly I remain grateful to the all the players, Sporting employees and the management for their continous personal and professional support and sincere understanding.

"Viva Sporting. Viva Goa," he signed off enthusiactically.