CINCINNATI — FC Cincinnati has added to its coaching staff ahead of its debut MLS season.
Pa-Modou Kah came to the team as a scout in August, but will now work as an assistant coach. He joins current assistant coach Yoann Damet and goalkeeper coach Jack Stern under head coach Alan Koch.
"We're thrilled to add Pa to our coaching staff," Koch said. "During his time here as a scout, he's provided us a tremendous eye in helping us shape our inaugural MLS team. Now joining us on the pitch, he has an innate ability to build great relationships and trust with those around him. I'm very excited to get to work with him again as a coach."
Before coming to Cincinnati, Kah was an assistant coach with the MLS Vancouver Whitecaps FC and the head coach of the Whitecaps' under-18 squad. Kah worked with Koch in Vancouver, where Koch coached their USL team and Kah was a player-coach in 2016.
"It's an honor to join Alan's coaching staff," Kah said. "I'm looking forward to working with FC Cincinnati as it debuts in MLS, and fulfilling the club's vision to be a premier club. We have a tremendous talent base to start from as we get underway in 2019."