The manager travels to Paris, France next Monday to outline plans ahead of the end of the season
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Vasco’s director of football, Paulo Bracks, will travel to Paris, France next Monday, where he will take part in the second meeting of the 777 Football Group, which includes clubs managed by 777 Partners. The first was held last November in Genoa, Italy.
The meeting will outline planning for the remainder of the season, focusing on aspects involving the pitch and the ball, such as possible signings in the next transfer window, which opens on July 3 and closes on August 2. In addition to the directors of each club, there will also be professionals from the scouting department of 777 Footbal Group who will present and discuss market possibilities, mainly the European market.
Internal processes and work guidelines will also be discussed between companies and clubs, and they will have the opportunity to exchange information. Each director will deliver a presentation, presenting the coaching staff’s methodology, transfer market movements and the internal processes of the football department.
Besides Paulo Bracks, who will represent Vasco, directors Benjamin Weber (Hertha Berlin, Germany), Fergal Harkin (Standard Liege, Belgium), John Didulica (Melbourne Victory, Australia), Marco Ottolini (Genoa, from Italy) and Reda Hammache (Red Star, from France), the host of the meeting, which must be held at the club headquarters every time. Cruz Martino’s boss will be in Paris until Saturday.