Nepal National Football Team’s newly appointed coach Gyotoku Koji arrived in Kathmandu on Friday.
Gyotuki will start his duties at the ANFA as his first duty will be to observe the ongoing Simara Gold Cup 2072 for a better understanding of football in the country.
Gyotuki is recommended by the International Department of the Japan Football Association.
Former Japan International with two CAPS under his belt, Koji holds a Japan Football Association (JFA) Official Class S License, which is equivalent to AFC Pro Diploma License.
He also has experiences playing in Europe playing for Sportverein Werder Bremen from 1987-1989.
Gyotuki is familiar to South Asian Football as he lead Bhutan national team as head coach for 2008-2009 during the SAFF Championship campaign. He had led Bhutan to the semi-finals of the SAFF Championship in 2008 held in Maldives and Sri Lanka.
His coaching career began from 1994 taking charge of Shimizu S Pulse U-18 team for two years.
Gyotuki later handled Shimizu S Pulse in the J-League 1st Division as a coach and head coach from 2002-2004.
Koji was recently involvement with FC Ang Thong in Thai Division 1 in 2015.