Coach of TC sports club, Mohamed Nizam has resigned from the club on Tuesday.
Nizam, who coached the team for five consecutive seasons, revealed his departure from the club via a twitter post on Tuesday.
He said that the talks with the club had ended without renewal of his agreement.
Wishing the club a very bright future, the former coach expressed hope that he coached the team well.
The talks between me and my former club @TC_Fraternity ends with no further agreement. I hereby officially announce my departure from the club. I wish the club a very bright future.— Mohamed Nizam (@nixam02) January 15, 2019
Regarding his resignation, the club stated that they appreciate his “tireless efforts” in making the team what they are now.
Wishing him all the best for his future assignments, the club described his resignation as an end of an era.
TC further revealed that they are working to hire a new local coach.
End of an era..— TC SportsClub (@TC_Fraternity) January 15, 2019
We officially announce that Coach Mohamed Nizam will not be acting as our head coach in the upcoming football season. We appreciate his tireless efforts in making us what we are today. We wish him all the best for his future assignments.
The football club had won the previous season’s Dhivehi Premier League under the professional coaching of Nizam, who was awarded the “Best Coach” title at the Maldives Football Awards in the past two consecutive years.
While Nizam has been behind many accomplishments of the team, TC had also won the Sheikh Kamal International Club Cup held in Bangladesh under his coaching.
In addition, TC was promoted to the 1st Division from the 2nd Division during Nizam’s tenure and won second place at the Dhivehi Premier League for three consecutive years.
Further, TC received second place in the FA Cup twice, and second place in the President’s Cup once during Nizam’s time as their coach.