The former Tamil Nadu coach has been brought in to change tides for the side languishing at the bottom of league table…
In a quick re-arrangement, Chennai City FC has got V Soundararajan on board as the head coach for its senior team. The club had, on Wednesday, parted ways with Robin Charles Raja and wasted no time in giving direction to the players, who are in midst of a faltering I-league season.
The news was made public by CCFC’s General Secretary Vikram Murali who sent a letter to confirm the news. The letter stated that Soundararajan will be the head coach of the senior team till the end of this I-league season.
Soundararajan is one of the first three AFC Pro-License holder from India. The former Tamil Nadu coach got this distinction in 2005 alongside Derrick Pereira and former Rangdajied United coach Herring Shangpliang.
Chennai City FC has replaced Robin Charles Raja with V Soundararajan
The 53-year-old has worked with the Indian youth setup for four years from 2007-2011. Soundararajan’s most successful career achievement came when he guided the Tamil Nadu state team to the semi-finals of the Santosh Trophy in 2009.
Soundararajan has represented Indian Railways and Tamil Nadu in Santosh Trophy in his playing days.
Earlier, Chennai City had sacked Robin Charles Raja on the back of disappointing results after seven rounds of I-league this season on Wednesday.