IFK Gothenburg manager quits after two years

September 7, 2006

STOCKHOLM, Sept 7 (Reuters) - IFK Gothenburg's manager Arne Erlandsen has left the side with two months of the season to play, the club said on Thursday.

Erlandsen has been at Gothenburg, currently fourth in the top flight, for two years.

The club said assistant coach Kjell Petterson would take over temporarily as manager.