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Columbus Crew made a pretty important decision by not qualifying for the playoffs

By Jose Castro

Columbus Crew made a pretty important decision by not qualifying for the playoffs

Columbus Crew had a poor season in Major League Soccer

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Columbus Crew did not qualify for the Major League Soccer postseason, this was a blow to the team because it is a club that always fights for the championship and has great numbers throughout its history. Now they are not in the finals.

Columbus Crew announced it has terminated its relationship with manager Caleb Porter, after the Ohio State club failed to qualify for the 2022 MLS Playoffs after losing Sunday's visit 2-1 to Orlando City SC in the last day of the regular season.

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Porter still had a year left on his contract with the Columbus Crew. This coach arrived at the club in 2019 and in 2020 he led them to win the Major League Soccer championship. But in the three years he led the team, he only led them to a postseason berth. Now the directors are working on finding a new manager.

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"This was not a decision we made lightly, and I need to thank Caleb first and foremost for his tireless efforts with Columbus over the last four seasons with the club," club president and general manager Tim Bezbatchenko told reporters. through a statement.


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