Former Arsenal coach sacked as manager after few months in the wake of leaving Emirates.
Former Arsenal youth coaches Kevin Betsy and Dan Micciche were sacked by Crawley Town this week, only months in the wake of leaving the Gunners.
Crawley Town affirmed the takeoff of manager Kevin Betsy and colleague manager Dan Micciche following their last match against Grimsby Town – a 3-0 away loss.
As of recently, both Betsy and Micciche had been working inside the Arsenal youth arrangement. Betsy was lead trainer of the u21s, while Micciche was accountable for the u18s. In any case, both left to seek after a senior job with Crawley.
At that point, this was seen as a major misfortune for Arsenal. Betsy and Micciche had done magnificent positions with their particular teams, and the former likewise had a lot of positive encounters to draw on from his spells responsible for the Britain youth teams, u15 to u18.
However the arrangement at Crawley was an all around catastrophe. Betsy’s side lost eight of their initial 12 league games to sit lower part of the table with only six points.
Maybe most disappointingly for Arsenal fans, loanee Mazeed Ogungbo has now been left in an in-between state at Crawley.
The middle back is on his most memorable credit in senior football, and he appeared to have a reliable spot in the beginning phases under Betsy. The two knew one another well from their time at Arsenal, so it had all the earmarks of being a decent match.
However a red card in mid-September appeared to lose Ogungbo his position in the crew, and he’s yet to return after suspension, considerably under Crawley’s new administration.
Nothing remains at this point but to hope everything works out for Betsy and Micciche with their next positions, and trust that Ogungbo demonstrates his value to get one more opportunity with Crawley.