Kerala Blasters FC have parted ways with head coach Kibu Vicuna, the membership introduced in a press release on Wednesday. The staff’s assistant coach Ishfaq Ahmed will take over on an interim foundation for the remaining two video games.
The determination comes following the Blasters’ 4-0 loss to Hyderabad within the Indian Super League (ISL) on Tuesday, which ended their hopes of constructing the playoffs. Since their runner-up end in 2016, the Blasters have did not make the playoffs for 4 consecutive seasons now. Currently tenth within the desk, solely forward of Odisha FC, the Blasters have conceded 33 targets, essentially the most by a staff this season.
“Unfortunately, the season has been unusual and unexpected. My parents taught me to be responsible of what I am doing so I always give all my heart to it, but also give no excuses. I want to thank all the management, players, coaching staff, and members of the club for their professionalism, kindness, and closeness.
“Specially, I wish to specific my gratitude to all of the Kerala Blasters followers for his or her help for the reason that first until the final day, which makes you distinctive and superb. I want all of you and the membership all the most effective sooner or later. You deserve it,” mentioned Vicuna, who was appointed following his I-League title win with Mohun Bagan final season.
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Karolis Skinkys, sporting director for Kerala Blasters, mentioned, “I want to thank Kibu for his honesty and duty on this determination. We had a transparent goal to make enhancements this season. Unfortunately, the outcomes weren’t what we anticipated. We are grateful for his dedication and professionalism in the direction of the membership and want him properly for the long run.”