Former Airdrie and Burnley guy Owen Coyle has left Indian Super League aspect Jamshedpur.
The ex-Diamonds striker has been closely related with becoming a member of League One aspect Queen’s Park as their new boss, following the departure of Laurie Ellis.
Coyle gained the Indian Super League with the Red Miners this yr and has up to now guided Burnley to the English Premier League.
Turning 56 in July, the previous ahead revamped 100 appearances for Airdrie over a couple of spells. He was once closing in Scottish soccer with Ross County in 2018.
A go back might be at the playing cards, however for now, he has thanked Jamshedpur for his two years in price there.
Coyle stated: “I have had two absolutely wonderful years with Jamshedpur. The people I met, the relationships we forged in the club is one of the best I have had in football.
“We attempted our highest to provide them a workforce to be happy with, a workforce that went directly to turn into the Champions of ISL and the most productive workforce within the nation.
“With a heavy heart, I am obviously very sad to tell you that I won’t be continuing this journey together as I have had to return home for family reasons.
“However, if I’m to go back to India someday, we have now agreed upon that Jamshedpur shall be my first option to paintings at if my services and products are required on the time. I’ve a large attachment to the membership and I imagine it like house.
“I am quite sad about the fact that I couldn’t meet the fans in person during my quick visit to Jamshedpur due to a tight travel schedule and my requirement of going back home at the earliest.”