Mohun Bagan accepts resignation of their head coach Sankarlal Chakraborty


Kolkata: City giants Mohun Bagan has accepted the resignation of their head coach Sankarlal Chakraborty after the team lost to Real Kashmir FC 2-1. During the press-conference Shankarlal stated that he wants to step down from the post and the club has accepted the decision in no time.

“This is to bring to your kind attention that Mr. Sankarlal Chakraborty has decided to step down from the post of Head Coach of Mohun Bagan senior team. He informed about his desire not to continue as the head coach to the Club management post Mohun Bagan’s 2-1 defeat in today’s Hero I-League match against Real Kashmir FC. He also conveyed the same in the post match press conference,” a stated Mohun Bagan in a press-release.

“We understand and respect his decision. The club management accepts his decision and would like to thank him for all the success and hard work he has done being in charge of the senior team for the past years. We wish him all success for his future endeavours,” it further added.

The release also stated that the club will also appoint a new Head Coach shortly.

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