John Gregory: Time for someone else to take over

"The whole club is hurting now and none more so than myself," said the Englishman, hinting at a possible resignation from the top job at the club.

Chennaiyin FC's loss to Bengaluru, its third of the season, casts a cloud of doubt over coach John Gregory's future in the team's scheme of things.   -  ISL/Sportzpics

Chennaiyin FC's ISL-winning coach John Gregory all but quit his post on Sunday following his club's dispiriting loss to Bengaluru FC.

The 2017-18 champion is at rock-bottom with just one point from four games, and following previous year's last-placed finish, it appeared that his patience had snapped.

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"It’s about time I sat down with the owner and had a deeper conversation," said the Englishman. "We can't continue like this. We consider ourselves to be a very very good club and the whole club is hurting now and none more so than myself."



"This is my third year and it is not easy. I have never worked so hard in my life and it might be time for someone else to take over. Frankly, this is the worst I have felt in my time here. In my opinion the club comes first and we have to do what's best for the club."

Listen in to the full audio from the post-match press conference here

 

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