Tolunay Kafkas denies resignation rumours

Tolunay Kafkas denies resignation rumours [divider]

Karabükspor manager Tolunay Kafkas denied rumours that he will resign from his position following the 2-1 loss against Mersin.

“There is no point talking about these rumours anymore, the board has decided to keep me on,” Kafkas was quoted as saying by Lig Tv.

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Karabükspor remain in the relegation zone in 17th place following the loss.

The Steelers are without a win in their last seven league games. Karabükspor have lost five out of their last seven Süper Lig games.

Kafkas actually resigned following his sides 2-1 loss against Erciyesspor but was later re-appointed by the board.

The 46-year-old coach would have became the first manager to resign from his position in 2015 if had left the club.

Beşiktaş head coach Slaven Bilic, Kasımpaşa boss Shota Arveladze and Bursaspor head coach Şenol Güneş are the only managers to have been in a job for seven months or longer.