Lisca’s stint as Vasco’s coach did not last. This Wednesday afternoon (08), Cruzmaltino informed that the coach was the one who asked the football department to leave.
In charge of the Rio de Janeiro club, Lisca had only four victories in 12 games. Currently, Vasco occupies only the 9th place in Serie B, with six points and one game more than the first team that is in the G4, Botafogo.
During his short period running the institution, the professional gave some strong press conferences, including admitting that he was not doing the work he imagined when he accepted the proposal. He also came to publicly demand reinforcements for his team.
Check out the official statement from Vasco da Gama:
“The Club de Regatas Vasco da Gama informs that Lisca is no longer the Club’s coach. The professional requested his resignation to the Football Department this Wednesday (08/09), before the team’s first training, aiming at the duel against the CRB (AL), for the Brazilian Championship.
Vasco da Gama thanks the coach, as well as assistants Márcio Hahn and Cauan de Almeida, for all their effort and dedication throughout the period at the head of the Club.
Technical assistant Fábio Cortez and physical trainer Daniel Félix, who are part of Vasco’s permanent committee, will lead the training until the definition of the new coach for the sequence of the season.”