Where is Luis Boa Morte now?
Club captain and a huge fan’s favourite at Fulham, Luis Boa Morte retired from playing professionally in 2013 after a brief spell playing in the lower leagues with Chesterfield.
He was renowned for his passionate, never say die performances on the pitch and his ability to bond with fans at every club he played for.
Racking up over 350 first team club appearances and picking up a Premier League winner’s medal during his time at Arsenal, Boa Morte also represented the Portuguese national side on 28 occasions, scoring one goal.
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Since retiring from playing, he has pursued a career in coaching and spent time assisting the coaches at the Fulham academy before returning to Portugal to coach Sporting Lisbon’s under-19’s team.
After a successful season with a second place finish in the Portuguese National Championships, Boa Morte decided to return to the UK to coach within the English leagues.
After working for former side Arsenal as a scout specialising in Portuguese talent, Boa Morte was appointed manager of Portuguese third division side Sintrense in February 2017.
He then spent time coaching at Israeli side Maccabi Haifa, before making a return to the Premier League in June 2019 when he joined Marco Silva at Everton as assistant manager.
The pair were sacked in December 2019 after a poor run in the league left them close to the relegation spots.
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Luis Boa Morte: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Arsenal, Fulham, Southampton, West Ham|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com