Officially, the Portuguese Leonardo Jardim is the coach of Al Hilal

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Al Hilal Club, headed by Fahd bin Nafel, announced on Tuesday his contract with Portuguese coach Leonardo Jardim, starting from next season, according to which he will take over the technical helms of the first football team for a period of one sports season with a preference for an extension for another season.

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the club’s golden member, sponsored the deal, and Jardim is expected to arrive in Riyadh a week before the players return, whose date will be set later.

His assistant staff for the Portuguese “Jardim” includes Antonio Manuel, first assistant, Jose Arago, second assistant, Nelson Candido, fitness coach, Miguel Ribebro, senior analyst, and Diogo Guilherme, second analyst.

Jardim, who was born in Venezuela, began his coaching career in 1998, and continued to move between his country’s clubs until he arrived on the bench of Sporting Braga in 2011, before starting his first foreign adventure with Olympiacos of Greece and then returning to Sporting Lisbon and from there to French Monaco.

Leonardo coached Monaco in two periods, the first ended in October 2018 after he was sacked due to the poor results of the principality team, before returning again to lead the same team in January 2019 after the dismissal of Thierry Henry from his position, but the second experience did not last beyond December of that year.

Throughout his 23-year coaching career, Jardim won three championships, the Greek Super Cup, the Greek Cup in 2013 and the French League 2016-2017. The hero in that version.

Officially, the Portuguese Leonardo Jardim is the coach of Al Hilal

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Al-Hilal Club, headed by Fahd bin Nafel, announced on Tuesday his contract with Portuguese coach Leonardo Jardim, starting from next season, according to which he will take over the technical helms of the first football team for a period of one sports season, with a preference for an extension for another season.

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the club’s golden member, sponsored the deal, and Jardim is expected to arrive in Riyadh a week before the players return, whose date will be set later.

His assistant staff for the Portuguese “Jardim” includes Antonio Manuel, first assistant, Jose Arago, second assistant, Nelson Candido, fitness coach, Miguel Ribebro, senior analyst, and Diogo Guilherme, second analyst.

Jardim, who was born in Venezuela, began his coaching career in 1998, and continued to move between his country’s clubs until he arrived on the bench of Sporting Braga in 2011, before starting his first foreign adventure with Olympiacos of Greece and then returning to Sporting Lisbon and from there to French Monaco.

Leonardo trained Monaco in two periods, the first ended in October 2018 after he was sacked due to the poor results of the principality team, before returning again to lead the same team in January 2019 after the dismissal of Thierry Henry from his position, but the second experience did not last beyond December of that year.

Throughout his 23-year coaching career, Jardim won three championships, the Greek Super Cup, the Greek Cup in 2013 and the French League 2016-2017. The hero in that version.

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Al Hilal Club, headed by Fahd bin Nafel, announced on Tuesday his contract with Portuguese coach Leonardo Jardim, starting from next season, according to which he will take over the technical helms of the first football team for a period of one sports season with a preference for an extension for another season.

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the club’s golden member, sponsored the deal, and Jardim is expected to arrive in Riyadh a week before the players return, whose date will be set later.

His assistant staff for the Portuguese “Jardim” includes Antonio Manuel, first assistant, Jose Arago, second assistant, Nelson Candido, fitness coach, Miguel Ribebro, senior analyst, and Diogo Guilherme, second analyst.

Jardim, who was born in Venezuela, began his coaching career in 1998, and continued to move between his country’s clubs until he arrived on the bench of Sporting Braga in 2011, before starting his first foreign adventure with Olympiacos of Greece and then returning to Sporting Lisbon and from there to French Monaco.

Leonardo trained Monaco in two periods, the first ended in October 2018 after he was sacked due to the poor results of the principality team, before returning again to lead the same team in January 2019 after the dismissal of Thierry Henry from his position, but the second experience did not last beyond December of that year.

Throughout his 23-year coaching career, Jardim won three championships, the Greek Super Cup, the Greek Cup in 2013 and the French League 2016-2017. The hero in that version.





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