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Former San Marino Assistant Manager Takes Over at FC Ulaanbaatar

FC Ulaanbaatar has unveiled Italian UEFA "Pro"-licensed Marco Ragini as head coach for the 2018 Premier League Season. The announcement comes a little more than a month after long-time coach Jun Fukuda departed for Lao Toyoto FC. Ragini becomes the first UEFA "Pro" manager in FCU history.

Ragini has a wealth of experience across Europe and Africa with his most recent position being manager of Garden City Panthers in Nigeria. Other notable clubs at which Ragini has been at the helm include FC Locarno and A.C. Bellinoza in Switzerland. His longest tenure took place between 2002 and 2011 as assistant manager of the senior men's national team of San Marino under head coach Giampaolo Mazza.

He was also in charge of the San Marino Calcio team that competed in the UEFA Cup/Europe League in 2001, 2004, and 2008.

According to the manager's personal website, below is a list of previous positions and qualifications.

Ragini will have the responsibility of turning the club around after a 2017 season which saw the club barely escape the relegation zone.

To learn more about the club's new manager, visit:

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