L’Impact de Montréal has announced that Eduardo Sebrango will be taking over the U-14 team as head coach.
This follows a long line of former Impact players joining the team as staff, most notably current head coach Mauro Biello.
Sebrango has been involved with soccer in Montréal since 2002, when he helped the Impact win the Commissioner's Cup in 2005, and the Voyageurs Cup in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005. He was also instrumental in the historic 2008-2009 CONCACAF Champions League run, where the Impact would advance from the group stages, and defeat Mexican giants Santos Laguna 2-0 in front of more than 55,000 fans. Eduardo Sebrango would score both goals.
He played for Montréal in 2012 during their first season in MLS. Most recently, Sebrango played with FC Lanaudière (formerly FC L'Assomption-Lanaudière) in the Première Ligue de soccer du Québec.
Eduardo Sebrango comes to the Impact Academy after receiving an offer from international superclub, Paris Saint-Germain. He holds a “B” class coaching license.
Welcome back Eduardo!