Grand Rapids Football Club announced today that George Moni will not be offered a contract for the 2018 season and has been released as the Head Coach of the Men’s Team.
Moni, who has a record of 26 wins, 13 losses, and 11 draws in his three year tenure with GRFC, will continue his role as the Director of Coach and Player Development for Midwest United. He led the Boys in Blue to a Great Lakes West Conference championship and the first ever playoff win during the 2016 season.
“We want to thank George for his hard work during these first three seasons” said GRFC Founder and President Matt Roberts. “We have nothing but respect for George as a coach and a person but at this point feel that a change is needed to push our club forward towards our ultimate goal of winning the National Premier Soccer League. We will continue to aid George in his pursuits of developing the next generation of soccer players at the youth level and wish him nothing but success in the future.
Grand Rapids FC will begin the search for a new Men’s Head Coach immediately. We hope to have a new head coach in place during the next few weeks.