Omonia Nicosia appoint appoint a new manager in Valdas Dambrauskas who was born in Pakruojis, Lithuania on January 7th 1977. He started his coaching career in the academies of english clubs Fulham, Manchester United and Brentford. From 2007. till 2010. Kingsbury London Tigers hired him as a senior team’s coach.
Next two years, Dambrauskas was a coach of Lithuania U-17, and U-19 national teams. In 2014. he became a coach of Ekranas, and very soon team manager of ┼Żalgiris. The club from Kaunas, led by him, won three championship titles in a row.
After that, Dambrauskas was also a coach of lithuanian RFS, croatian Gorica, and bulgarian Ludogorec.

Valdas Dambrauskas was coach of the Hadjuk Split since November 2021, when they sacked their coach after seeing themselves in 4th position in the table.

With Dambrauskas at the helm, they managed to overturn their form, ending 2nd, which is their best result since the 2011/12 season, with former LaLiga player Marko Livaja winning the topscorer trophy.

And they also won the Croatian cup, beating Rijeka at the final. Dambrauskas likes to use the 4-2-3-1, but he can also go with the 4-3-3
Last year year he was manager of Ofi Crete.

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