“It was a heartfelt morning as I bid farewell to my esteemed colleague, the CAHN President, and expressed my warmest gratitude for the support and opportunities during my tenure,” Kiatisuk shared in English. 

“My journey with CAHN has been immensely rewarding, and I am appreciative of the trust placed in me, even though my time here was brief. 

“Through my role, I have had the privilege of gaining invaluable experiences and skills that will undoubtedly benefit me in my future endeavors. 

“Regrettably, due to unforeseen personal and family commitments, I must step down from my position as head coach of CAHN and return to my home country, Thailand.”

The respected Thai coach assured that he has finalized all necessary administrative tasks and will continue to offer any additional support required to ensure a smooth transition for the team, which operates under the guidance of the Hanoi police. 

Kiatisuk emphasized his desire to maintain a positive rapport with the Hanoi-based football club, its dedicated coaching staff, and talented players, wishing them continued success and achievements in their future endeavors.

On January 16, Kiatisuk embarked on his coaching journey with CAHN, transitioning from his previous role at LPBank Hoang Anh Gia Lai FC. 

Over the course of his four-month tenure, he skillfully led the team through 11 matches, resulting in an impressive record of six wins, one draw, and four losses.

In his final game at the helm, CAHN celebrated a resounding 3-1 victory over Khanh Hoa FC in the 18th round of the 2023-24 V.League 1 on Sunday, a fitting conclusion to his coaching stint.

As the team concludes the 18th round, they proudly stand in second place in the rankings, having accumulated 31 points, with a mere eight points separating them from the table leaders, Nam Dinh FC.

A memorable chapter comes to a close, and a new journey awaits. Kiatisuk, we thank you for your dedication and wish you all the best!

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