FC Kansas City and Vlatko Andonovski Part Ways
KANSAS CITY - FC Kansas City confirmed today that Vlatko Andonovski will not return as head coach of the Blues for the 2018 season.
Named head coach before the team's inaugural season in 2013, Andonovski has led the team to a record of 47 wins, 37 losses and 25 draws. In the five years of the team's existence, FC Kansas City is 4-1 in the playoffs, including NWSL Championships in 2014 and 2015.
"We thank Vlatko for all he has done for this club and we wish him the best of luck in the future," said FC Kansas City owner Elam Baer.
FC Kansas City is a founding member and proud two-time champion of the National Women's Soccer League. Fans can keep up-to-date on the most recent club news by following the Blues' official Twitter account (@FCKansasCity).
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