Mauro Biello wants to stay as coach of Montreal Impact

Following a string of underwhelming performances and results, Frank Klopas was sacked as the head coach of Montreal Impact and now Mauro Biello is the interim manager but this isn’t the first time that the Canadian manager has been part of the coaching staff of the MLS club.


Biello has been part of the coaching staff of Montreal Impact since 2009 and he actually had the chance of taking control of the MLS team in 2012 when Montreal Impact went on a tour to Italy and Jesse Marsch had been sacked.


This was Biello’s first chance of becoming the coach of Montreal Impact and he had stated on numerous occasions this desire but he failed to land that position, Biello now has a second chance of making it happen.


After he was appointed as the interim manager of the MLS outfit, Biello voiced his aspirations and what he wants to accomplish as the 43 year old manager said: “It’s my chance. I’ve got a chance to push this team, to bring it up a notch, and I’m going to take it. I’m going to focus on that to do my best and help this team. We’ll see what happens at the end of the season. But I know that I’m going to give everything to this team.”


With the dismissal of Frank Koplas as the manager of Montreal Impact, this has led to Mauro Biello being promoted as the coach and Jason Di Tullio has also been promoted as he went from being the head coach of the U-18 youth team but he was recently named as the assistant coach of the first team.


Mauro Biello used to be a player of Montreal Impact as he joined the team in 1993 until 1998 and later rejoined the team in 2000. Biello has passion for the team and he wants to help win titles, this is his chance to make it happen as the manager of the club.