No. There are two coordinated clauses in the sentence. The clauses are joined by 'and':
(i) I was a player in 1993
(ii) I am happy to reach the final again.
The ", now as coach, ..." is in parenthesis: it can be omitted without changing the meaning of the sentence - that is why it is enclosed in commas. (The commas can be seen as pause commas that indicate how the whole sentence is spoken.)