FC Cincinnati coach Ron Jans has resigned because the investigation is still in the continue to be allegations of racial insults him.
The club, which confirmed his departure in a statement on Tuesday, had previously Tell ESPN, Jans a”walk away”from coaching duties while the investigation is still in progress.
“As Major League Soccer of the survey expanded some of the themes emerged, Ron submitted his resignation and we agreed that this is the best course of action for everyone involved in the FC Cincinnati,”club President Jeff Berding said.
“We attach great importance to a strong culture in our club, started in our locker room, everyone with the FC Cincinnati the feeling of value, respect and trust. Ethnic and cultural diversity is an important part of what makes the game of football so special, we attach great importance to respect for everyone involved in our game. This includes everyone associated with our club, from our locker room and front office, all the way through to our fans.”
ESPN’s Taylor Twellman Tweeted. 14 Jans told FCC Chairman Jeff Berding, this incident involved Jans sing a song in the locker room, contains the N word.
An ESPN source, and then confirmed that the Cincinnati Inquirer reports that the complaint includes a reference to the statement of Jans made about slavery after the group visited the Washington Monument one month in advance. 6 game against the D.C. United Nations.
“The Players Association very nearly learned the very inappropriate comments FC Cincinnati coach Ron Jans,”the MLSPA said in a statement to time.
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“We have made a report to the appropriate Union officials, and expect an immediate and thorough League investigation is conducted.”
FC Cincinnati is, since the start of the regular season November 1 and the club confirmed that the ancient Damet will become the club’s temporary coach until the new appointment can be made.
When the allegations show, the club said in a statement, it was surprised by the allegations.
“FC Cincinnati is founded and operated by three core values: (1)being inclusive and Family Friendly, (2)having a strong and visible presence in society and(3)award of field.
“When the club’s leadership learned of the allegations, we were very surprised, because the building of a caring and committed culture has been a focus of Ron’s leadership. We want to fully understand the nature of the event, and allows the environment for our players to say free of any dressing room problems. Thus, although both the club and Major League Soccer working together, Ron will leave the team during the investigation.”
Jans this role last month, but did not experience great success with the team finishing bottom of the Eastern Conference in 2019.