Reigning Sierra Leone Premier League champions Bo Rangers has appointed John Keisrer as its new head coach.
Keister, who guided Sierra Leone to their third African Cup of Nations tournament in Cameroon, unbeaten in the qualifiers, will start his new role on the 1st of November.
It means he will not be in the dugout but in the stands when Rangers take on Mighty Blackpool in the Community Shield clash on the 28th of October at the Southern Arena.
On Wednesday, the club said they are thrilled to announce the official signing of Coach John Keister as the new head Coach.
“With an impressive track record and a wealth of experience in the football industry, Coach Keister brings a dynamic approach and a new spirit to accelerate the club’s growth.
His tenure will commence on the 1st of November 2023, and the entire club is eager to witness the positive impact he will undoubtedly make in leading the team to new heights of success,” the Southern Province outfit revealed.
The former East End Lions coach is charged with the new responsibility of defending a back-to-back title.
Rangers fans will be hoping their new coach can replicate what he did during the 2019 season, winning the title unbeaten with the Easter giant side.
Bo Rangers to kick-off their title defence against Freetown City FC on the 5th of November at the Southern Arena.
Ex-Sierra Leone coach John Keister has joined Champions @bo_rangers and set to start work November 1st 2023 - the club has announced.— @football_sierra (FSL Media) 🇸🇱 website (@football_sierra) October 18, 2023
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