KSFU coach Algirdas Kalas has announced his retirement from coaching after four years.
The KSF chief announced on Twitter on Friday that he will step down from his position in April 2020.
In a statement, the KSF president said: “I have decided to step down in the middle of April 2020 from my position at KSF, after more than four years of working in the organisation.
It is with great sadness that I announce this.”
Kalas has led the KF side to the top four in the Bundesliga and is the second longest serving head coach at the club.
Last year, KSF were crowned runners-up in the Champions League group stages, with their only loss coming in the quarter-finals.
The news was met with some sadness among the Ksf faithful, with many expressing their discontent with the club’s leadership.
The club’s president said he was “very sad” by the news and that the club would work to find a replacement for Kalas.
“We are doing everything possible to find someone who will give us the best chance to win the Champions Leagues title this season,” he said.
Kalas had led the team to the title in 2016, when they beat Borussia Dortmund 3-1 in the first leg of the final.