The Dutch coach, who between 2011 and 2014 still at the helm at Racing Genk, after three official matches fired as head coach of ALAKE Nicosia. The Cypriot club is a really trainerskerkhof.
“I first thought it was a joke from the president,” responds Mario Leg in a phone conversation with RTV Rijnmond, a Dutch radio station. But that was not. His first two matches in the preliminary rounds of the Champions League, he won everytime with 1-0 from the Luxembourg Dudelange.
In the following round was the Dutchman’s record against Viitorul in Romania. The match was 1-0 loss. Everything fell so well in the second leg in their own house, but Friday morning was Leg when the president called. He told his trainer that the cooperation on it.
‘On this island has very little patience,” says Leg in the call. Since 2015, he was the fifth trainer who was at work at FIRST. “The president wants to make a statement for the fans,” explains Leg as a reason for his dismissal. Nicosia, the club where Belgians Igor De Camargo and Urko Pardo earn their living, still has no new coach is appointed.