Scotland Premiership

Coach Slutsky to leave CSKA Moscow after Tottenham game

MOSCOW (AP) Leonid Slutsky will quit as CSKA Moscow coach after Wednesday's Champions League game against Tottenham.

The club's longest serving coach in over 60 years, Slutsky has been with CSKA since 2009 and won three Russian Premier League titles, including last season. However, he has been criticized by fans following some poor performances this season which have left CSKA third in the Russian league and with no chance of reaching the Champions League knockout rounds.

Until June, Slutsky was also coach of the Russian national team, but quit when it was eliminated from the European Championship without winning a game.