Dave Sarachan coached North Carolina FC for two seasons. (FrontRowSoccer.com Photo)
Dave Sarachan has left North Carolina FC.
Sarachan, the former U.S. national team coach, had parted ways, according to a press release from the USL League One club.
It did not say whether he was fired or left on his own. The club made the announced in a two-paragraph story on its website Thursday morning.
“The club wishes Dave success in his future soccer endeavors,” a statement on the press release said.
Sarachan coached North Carolina for two USL Championship seasons, guiding the team to a 22-18-9 mark.
He guided NCFC to a seventh-place finish in the USL Championship Eastern Conference in 2019. Sarachan recorded six wins in 2020 as the team competed in a shortened season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sarachan also was head coach of the Chicago Fire, associate coach with the LA Galaxy under Bruce Arena. He also was an assistant coach with Arena at the 2002 World Cup.
Last week NCFC dropped down from the Championship to League One.