04 Jul Toronto FC fires supervisor Chris Armas amid membership’s struggles in MLS
Toronto FC fired first-year head coach Chris Armas on Sunday, in the future after the team misplaced its sixth straight match with a 7-1 drubbing by the hands of D.C. United.
Armas’ assistant Javier Perez will oversee Toronto’s subsequent match when it performs the New England Revolution on Wednesday.
Toronto FC (1-2-8, 5 factors) are 0-6-1 since posting a 2-Zero victory over the Columbus Crew SC on Might 12. The membership has yielded an MLS-worst 27 objectives in 11 matches, whereas scoring solely 13 instances.
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Armas, 48, was employed in January after head coach Greg Vanney joined the LA Galaxy following a seven-year stint with Toronto FC.
Armas beforehand served as the top coach of the New York Pink Bulls for slightly greater than two years earlier than being fired final September. He posted a 29-21-11 document with the Pink Bulls and led the membership to the Supporters’ Defend in 2018 and a pair of playoff appearances (2018, 2019).
Earlier than teaching, Armas appeared in 264 matches for the Galaxy and Chicago Hearth and in addition earned 66 caps for the U.S. males’s nationwide team.
Toronto FC owned a 13-5-5 document (44 factors, 1.91 factors per recreation) final season to safe the second seed within the Jap Convention.