Zach Agliata resigned after five regular season games. (Photo courtesy of Flower City Union)

By Michael Lewis Editor

Only two days after his team won its first National Independent Soccer Association game, Zach Agliata has resigned as head coach of the Flower City Union.

Flower City announced the decision on its Twitter account late Monday night. No reason was given for Agliata leaving the team, which is in fourth place in the East Division with a 1-4 record.

Colton Bly was named interim head coach.

“Zach Agliata has elected to resign from his position as head coach of the Flower City Union,” the team said on Twitter. “At this time, Colton Bly will be appointed as Interim Head Coach.

“We wish Zach all the best in his future endeavors! 🌸”

On Saturday, team captain Lukas Fernandes’ 85th-minute goal lifted Flower City to a 1-0 win at Chattanooga FC.

Flower City also secured a victory in the second round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup last month, defeating the Western Mass Pioneers in extratime.

Bly will direct the team when it hosts Cal United Strikers at Vandetta Stadium in Batavia, N.Y. on Wednesday 7:30 p.m. The downtown community stadium in Rochester wasn’t available for the match as the venue was hosting another event.

“Batavia has always been a hot bed for soccer. We are excited to bring our brand of soccer to this great soccer community for this regular season match,” Flower City VP of Business Operations Andrew Hoyt said in a statement.