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Al Rayyan announces signing of Swedish coach Boya Aspagi


The club announced Rayyan Al-Qatari has signed a one-year contract with Swedish coach Boya Aspagi to lead the team next season, succeeding Portuguese Leonardo Jardim, who recently parted ways with him by mutual consent.

Al Rayyan Club did not reveal any other details about the new coach, only indicating via an official statement that he had done a distinguished job during his last experience with Al Shamal Club, which he led last season to stay in the Qatar Stars League.

Al Shamal Club President Ibrahim Al Sada made media statements and said that “Al Rayyan tried to sign a contract with the team’s coach, Aspagi, by paying the value of the penalty clause in his contract, without referring to the Al Shamal management.”

Then the “terrible” management responded via statement In a lengthy statement, it read: “Al Rayyan expresses its strong condemnation and dissatisfaction with the malicious accusations made by the presidency of Al Shamal Sports Club regarding the ongoing negotiations with Swedish coach Boya Aspagi, while the Al Rayyan administration reserves the right to take all necessary legal measures.”

The Red and Black Club defended its position in negotiating with the Swedish coach, pointing out that despite the validity and legitimacy of the negotiation or signing with the Swedish coach, the statements of the president of the Al Shamal Club only confirm the existence of internal poor coordination between the football apparatus of the Al Shamal Club and its management, for which Al Rayyan Club bears no responsibility.

Who is Bouya Aspagui, Al Rayyan’s new coach?

Aspaghi was born on July 17, 1985 in the Iranian city of Karaj. He is of Swedish nationality. He began his coaching career in 2016 with the Iranian club Dalkurd, before leading the Swedish second division club Gevle, from which he joined the Swedish club Gothenburg.

Moroccan Achraf Bencharki, striker for Qatari club Al Rayyan

Aspagi also had coaching experience with national teams, as he led the Swedish U-21 team between January 1, 2021 and November 16 of the same year, and then immediately after that he had an experience at the English club Barnsley that lasted only 5 months.

Before joining the technical staff of Qatari club Al-Shamal in July 2023, as his first experience in Arab stadiums, Boya Aspagi worked as an assistant coach for the Serbian team Red Star Belgrade, where he gained extensive experience there.



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