FC Cincinnati manager Ron Jans is being investigated by the MLS

“Major League Soccer has been informed of a complaint made to the MLS Players Association regarding FC Cincinnati manager Ron Jans,” the league said in a statement. “The MLS League office, in collaboration with FC Cincinnati, has launched an investigation into the matter. Jans moved away from his coaching duties with the team while the matter is being investigated.”
MLS and FC Cincinnati did not reveal what the inappropriate comments were. The player association statement states that the association was “recently informed of extremely inappropriate comments” made by Jans.
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Jans was hired by FC Cincinnati in August last year and previously coached teams in the Dutch and Belgian leagues. It comes from the Netherlands.

The team is currently in Florida for the team’s preseason field and is preparing for a preseason game this Sunday against Nashville FC. The team’s regular season opening is against New York City’s Red Bulls on March 1 and it is unclear whether Jans will return with the team.

“When the club’s management was informed of the charge, we were very surprised that building a caring and committed culture was at the heart of Ron’s leadership,” said FC Cincinnati.

“We want to fully understand the nature of the incident and allow an environment in which our players can freely talk about any problems in the locker room. Therefore, while the Club and Major League Soccer work together, Ron will move away from the team during an investigation.”

FC Cincinnati said the team will not have further comments until the investigation is complete.


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