hoping Hunt hires somebody that has done more than coach college
The longest tenured coach for FC Dallas will come to an end with the 2013 season as announced by Schellas Hyndman today.
From the team’s press release:
“I truly appreciate the opportunity to be a part of the FC Dallas family for the last five years,” Hyndman said. “After a lot of thought and consideration, I feel the time is right for me to step down as head coach of FC Dallas. I want to thank the Hunt family for their support and friendship, our players, coaches and front office for their dedication and effort during my time here, and especially the great FC Dallas fans.”
“My family and I have a tremendous amount of respect and admiration for Schellas both as a coach and as a person, and we sincerely appreciate his contributions to the club over the last five-and-a-half seasons,” Hunt said. “Having had the pleasure of knowing him for the last 30 years, I have seen first-hand his commitment to his craft and the passion he has for the game. We wish him well in the next chapter of his life, and he will be missed.”
Dan Hunt, vice president of Hunt Sports Group, echoed the family’s sentiments about Hyndman.
“We are very grateful for Schellas’ hard work and commitment to FC Dallas,” Dan Hunt said. “Whether with our fans, our front office or in our community, he has always represented FCD and our family with class, and we wish him nothing but the best in the future.”
This post was edited on 10/18 at 12:04 pm