Booth to stay on with Mahindra United

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:04 IST

Mahindra United's coach David Booth has decided to stay on with the team for another two years.

Mumbai:

Mahindra United's coach David Booth has decided to stay on with the team for another two years. Booth, who signed a two-year contract yesterday, said that he was satisfied with the deal and was also happy with the performance of the team during his tenure. Mahindra finished third in the National Football League, which will conclude today. Other successes under his guidance were at Harwood League, Federation Cup and a creditable title win at the Maldives Invitation Soccer Cup in October last year. (PTI)

Topics : Football
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