Top News Boa Morte To Become Guinea-Bissau Head Coach

The Premier League team announced on Monday that Luis Boa Morte will take over as manager of Guinea-Bissau after finishing his tenure as coach of the first squad at Fulham.

Boa Morte, a Fulham player from 2000 to 2007, rejoined Marco Silva’s coaching staff at Craven Cottage in 2021 after the manager’s appointment.

In 250 games for Fulham, the 46-year-old former Portugal international scored 54 goals.

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He previously played in the Premier League for Arsenal, Southampton, and West Ham United.

The Club can confirm that Luis Boa Morte will leave Fulham at the end of the season to take up a position as Head Coach of Guinea-Bissau.

“Boa Morte – who already held legend status at Craven Cottage after scoring 54 times in 250 appearances during his playing days – returned to the Club as First Team Coach following the appointment of Marco Silva in the summer of 2021.

“Everyone at Fulham would like to thank Boa for his efforts since his return to the Club, and wishes him the best of luck in this next chapter when he departs following our season finale away to Luton Town,” Fulham said in a statement.

“An integral part of the backroom staff that saw us win the Championship in that first season, Boa Morte was then part of the team that helped re-establish Fulham as a top flight outfit as we finished 10th in the Premier League.

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