Kasimpasa manager Shota Arveladze tells his team to let opposition score – then resigns

Kasimpasa manager Shota Arveladze tells his team to let opposition score – then resigns

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Shota Arveladze quit his job as Kasimpasa manager after his side lost 2-1 following his touch of class in allowing the opposition to score.

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Ryan Donk put Kasimpasa 1-0 ahead against Konyaspor but but the visitors had stopped playing because of an injury to Kasimpasa attacker Ryan Babel.

However, Arveladze ordered his side immediately allow Konyaspor to score allowing Hasan Kabze to stroll through to score immediately after the re-start.

“I do not want to talk about this situation,” Arveladze told reporters after the game.

“Anyone would make same decision as me. I decided to make this choice because this is what Kasimpasa really are.”

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Arveladze went onto say that he will resign from his position as Kasimpasa manager.

“I talked with my guys after match and told them that I’m going to resign. Thank you very much to everybody in club.”

Kasimpasa find themselves in 10th place with 29 points in 24 games.

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