Tolunay Kafkas resigns as Karabukspor manager

Tolunay Kafkas resigns as Karabükspor manager [divider]

Karabükspor manager Tolunay Kafkas has resigned following his sides 2-1 loss against Erciyesspor.

“I have resigned, I want to thank the president, the board and the people of the city for the support they have shown me,” Kafkas told Lig Tv.

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The Süper Lig had a grand total of 40 managerial appointments in 2014.

Managers in the Süper Lig last an average of seven months and 14 clubs changed managers in 2014.

Kafkas has become the first manager to resign from his position in 2015.

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

Gaziantepspor boss Okan Buruk, Başakşehir head boach Abdullah Avcı and Fenerbahçe boss İsmail Kartal were all appointed at the start of the season.

The record holders for most managerial changes, goes to Trabzonspor and Gençlerbirliği.

Trabzonspor have been coached by Mustafa Akçay, Hami Mandıralı, Vahid Halilhodzic and current manager Ersun Yanal in 2014.

Gençlerbirliği have been managed by Mehmet Özdilek, Kemal Özdeş, Mustafa Kaplan and current boss Irfan Buz in 2014.