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July 5, 2022
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Chennaiyin FC appointed former Burnley manager Owen Coyle

On Wednesday, Indian Super League side Chennaiyin in a statement said that they have roped in former Burnley and Bolton Wanderers coach Owen Coyle as their new manager until the end of the season. The 53-year-old Scot has allegedly replaced Englishman John Gregory and now he is the new head coach of Chennaiyin FC until the end of the season.

Coyle, who allegedly took Burnley to the English Premier League in 2009, was currently the manager of Scottish side Ross County. In a statement, Coyle said, “It will be my immense privilege to join a club with so much success already in its early history with two ISL titles.” 

Further he said, “I believe we possess a squad with great potential and the hunger to do well, complimented by an ardent fanbase always backing us.”

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