In Konyaspor, Hakan Keleş, who took over after Aleksandar Stanojevic, became the 56th head coach in the history of the green and white team.
Konyaspor, parting ways with Stanojevic the other day, entrusted the green and white team to the 51-year-old coach Hakan Keleş until the end of the season.
Spending the majority of his career as an assistant coach and more recently taking on the role of head coach, Keleş has managed a total of 132 matches for Sivasspor and Giresunspor. Keleş won 51 of these matches, while drawing 31 and suffering 50 defeats.
The successful head coach in question achieved an average of 1.23 points at Sivasspor, whereas he maintained an average of 1.43 points at Giresunspor.
Keleş, who made his debut as the head coach for Konyaspor in the away match against Adana Demirspor, suffered a 3-0 defeat in that game.
In its 101-year history, Konyaspor has played a total of 760 matches, being led by 56 coaches, with 50 of them being Turkish and 6 being foreign.
Hakan Keleş will serve as the 50th domestic head coach for the green and white team. In addition to Turkish coaches, Konyaspor has also had 2 Bosnian, 2 Serbian, 1 Kosovan, and 1 Polish coach in the past.