Argentine supervisor Gabriel Heinze was fired on Sunday as coach of Atlanta United after solely two wins in 13 matches to open the Main League Soccer 2021 marketing campaign.
Assistant coach Rob Valentino will take over as interim head coach for the membership, which has 4 losses and 7 drawn to face tenth within the MLS Jap Convention.
A wide range of points regarding the day-to-day management of the workforce led to the membership’s choice, in response to a workforce assertion.
“This was definitely not a choice we needed to make at this level in our season, however it was the fitting one for the membership,” Atlanta United president Darren Eales stated.
“Gabi is a proficient coach and is undeniably captivated with his craft and the game of soccer. We’re grateful to him for his service and want him all the very best sooner or later.”
Heinze joined Atlanta United in 2020 after 2 1/2 seasons at Argentine membership Velez Sarsfield and following United parting methods with Frank de Boer as coach in July 2020.
Heinze was below fireplace just lately for having star ahead Josef Martinez practice away from the membership.
Atlanta gained the MLS crown in 2018 in solely its second season as an enlargement membership.