Pezzaiuoli’s last stint was in the Bundesliga where he was the Technical Director of Eintracht Frankfurt

Bengaluru FC on Friday revealed the visit of Italian Marco Pezzaiuoli as its new head coach on a three-year performance-based contract. He will take charge of the Indian Super League side after completion of the current season of ISL.

The club had actually shared the news with a post on Twitter on Friday.

Pezzaiuoli’s last stint was in the Bundesliga in Germany where he was the Technical Director of Eintracht Frankfurt.

“I’m extremely proud to be a part of Bengaluru FC, and excited about the obstacle to bring the team back to the top. I am always keen to collect experiences in life and football and to be able to make a distinction wherever I go. I’m likewise eager to share my experience to assist Indian football grow,” Pezzaiuoli stated after his consultation.

Bengaluru FC have had a bad ISL project this season and are currently in a hard scenario to receive the play-offs as they remain in the seventh area with 19 points with 3 matches left.

At the club, Pezzaiuoli’s first project will be in the AFC Cup Preliminary Phase 2 on April 14.