Rapids fire Anthony Hudson, name Conor Casey interim coach

The former New Zealand boss has been relieved of his duties after little more than one full season in charge

The Colorado Rapids have fired Anthony Hudson as head coach, ending his tenure in charge after just 43 matches and an abysmal 8-26-9 record with him in charge.

Assistant coach Conor Casey will take charge as interim coach, with the Rapids returning to action on Saturday against the Vancouver Whitecaps.

The Rapids, the lone remaining winless team in MLS with an 0-7-2 record, made the coaching change on Wednesday, just three days after the team’s latest loss, a 1-0 setback against Atlanta United that led to Hudson ripping into his own team’s roster for lacking the quality of other teams in MLS.

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