Khazanchyan Steps Down As Hatis Coach

EuroCup Women

Hatis Yerevan will have a new man in charge when they take on Dynamo Moscow in the Sixteenth Finals of the EuroCup Women.

Coach Gia Khazanchyan has resigned from the post and the club has replaced him with assistant Vardan Khachatryan.

"Hatis basketball club thanked Gia Ghazanchyan for the great amount of work and wished him further success in coaching career," the outfit said on their website.

Hatis lost their four games in the Regular Season but still managed to progress to the next phase of the competition.

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