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Warzycha joins former MLS coaches working abroad
March 12th, 2014 10:53PM
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[MAKING A LIST] Robert Warzycha, who left his position as head coach of the Columbus Crew last summer after its ownership change, was named the new head coach of Gornik Zabrze in his native Poland. He joins a small group of former MLS head coaches currently working for foreign teams.

Former MLS head coaches working abroad:
COACH, POSITION, TEAM
Bob Bradley, head coach, Stabaek (Norway).
John Carver, assistant manager, Newcastle United (England)
Bora Milutinovic, advisor, Aspire Academy (Qatar)
Steve Morrow, international partnerships performance supervisor, Arsenal (England)
Juan Carlos Osorio, head coach, Atletico Nacional (Colombia)
Carlos Alberto Parreira, technical director, Brazil national team
Carlos Queiroz, head coach, Iran national team
Jose Luis Real, head coach, Guadalajara (Mexico)
Jose Luis Sanchez Sola, head coach, Veracruz (Mexico)
Robert Warzycha, head coach, Gornik Zabrze (Poland)
Hans Westerhof
, sports assessor, Grupo Salinas (Mexico)
Octavio Zambrano, sports manager, Dep. Pereira (Colombia)
Walter Zenga, head coach, Al Jazira (United Arab Emirates)


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