soccer. From Porto to Bastia via Lyon, Isero Ugo Coelho’s dream is taking shape

soccer.  From Porto to Bastia via Lyon, Isero Ugo Coelho’s dream is taking shape

Ogo Coelho (18 years old) – nicknamed Ogosinho – was born in Grenoble, and trained at La Tour de Penne. The Portuguese international signed with Bastia this summer to turn professional, after a youthful career that saw him shine against the most prestigious European clubs.


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Barring a surprise, Hugo Coelho’s name should not be part of those on the match sheet drawn up by Regis Broward, Bastia’s coach, for the fifth meeting.H The Ligue 1 competition will be played this Saturday at Stade Alpes, against GF 38. But reaching the elite of French football is what this player, who was born in Grenoble 18 years ago and appeared in a club, from the north, aims for. Section: FC La Tour/St Clair.

“I was discovered by Olympique Lyonnais when I was 5 or 6 years old,” recalls the man whose father – and now the football community – call him. Ogosinho The young man smiles, “like Brazilians.” “The following year, my father, Paulo, was transferred to his job in Porto, Portugal. So I passed the exams at FC Porto and there, it was fun… exceptional.”

At Porto, 90 goals in 30 matches

In the youth teams of the two-time Champions League winners (1987, 2004), young Coelho shines. “I was playing as a striker or a winger at the time and I met the biggest clubs in Europe during the major tournaments. Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Milan, Juve… In the year I turned 10, I scored 90 goals in 30 matches.”

After four years in the Leon region, and following in his father’s footsteps, Augosinho has successfully returned to OL experiences. From the Under-14s to the Under-17s, the midfielder – “a bit of box-to-box, like to run and make efforts for others and pass rather than dribble” – maintains his promising speed.

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The Portuguese choice is not missed, and the North Isero player begins in parallel his international career, which is supposed to take him, next summer, towards the European Under-19 Championship.

Top scorer in his first match with Bastia

But last year, the adventure in Lyon ended badly: “There were some misunderstandings with the coaches, two or three times unfair in my opinion, so I preferred to leave”, commented the person concerned. Direction Orleans and the U-19 national team and then Bastia, since this summer. “They asked me and I really liked their project,” says Augosinho of the Corsican captains. “They told me that if I could play six Ligue 1 matches this season, I would sign with the professionals.”

Meanwhile, the Franco-Portuguese alternated between the protectorate of Bastia (N3) and U19s He was trained by former pro Cyril Joenchamp. With this team last weekend, at the start of the tournament, this fan with number 39 – his number one at FC Porto – scored his first goal in Sporting’s colors against Monaco, from a penalty kick that he himself caused. There is no better way to identify his name.

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