The 40-year-old, who has been in charge of the team since January 2019, has resigned. Nevertheless, Andrei Aleksandrovich remains at the club and will continue to work in another position.
Under his leadership, the team played 48 league games (14 wins, 12 draws, 22 losses) and finished 9th in the 2019 season.
Previously, Andrey Razin played for the club as a footballer (2009-2013), began his coaching career in 2014 at Minsk-2. In 2015 he coached the youth team “Minsk” (U-18), which became the champion of Belarus and for the first time in the history of Belarusian football received the right to represent the country in the UEFA Youth League. In 2016-2018 he was a member of the coaching staff of the main team of Minsk, and in 2019 he headed the team.
Razin’s assistants Vitaly Tarakanov and Dmitry Chaley also left the coaching staff of the City.
Vadim Skripchenko will become the new head coach of Minsk.