News Fabregas Begins Managerial Career As Como Interim Manager

After being appointed interim manager of Como, an Italian second-tier team, Cesc Fabregas was assigned to his first senior coaching position on Monday.

Following the dismissal of Moreno Longo, the club announced that it was searching for a new player to take over on a permanent basis.

Fabregas, a 2010 World Cup champion for Spain, takes over at Como.

The search for a new head coach begins immediately with Cesc Fabregas and the current coaching staff taking over duties for the interim period,” said Como in a statement.

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After hanging up his boots in the summer, Fabregas had been in charge of Como’s youth team and was expected to eventually take charge of the first team of a franchise that was well-versed in foreign marketing.

Last year, the 36-year-old joined with the lakeside team Como, which is owned by the massive Indonesian tobacco company Djarum.

Dennis Wise, a former Chelsea captain, serves as Como’s CEO, and Fabregas and former Arsenal colleague Thierry Henry are both shareholders in the company.

Como defeated struggling Ascoli 1-0 on Saturday to move up to sixth place in Serie B, six points clear of automatic promotion.


Henry Usiayo is a practicing journalists with several years of experience covering sport events. He is currently a sport content creator with

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