“Sold Out Strategies has parted ways with Rayo OKC,” Brad Lund, a part-owner of Sold Out Strategies told the Oklahoman. “I'm not going to go into a lot of details. It is time for SOS to focus its attention on other client portfolios.”
Rayo OKC is in fifth place of the overall standings with a 6-6-5 win-loss-tie record and just three points out of the playoff zone. But its majority owner, Spanish club Rayo Vallecano, announced after it was relegated from Spain's La Liga its intent to sell shares.
“Recent changes in administration have resulted in vast differences of opinion which could not be reconciled,” Marcina said.
Canadian Marcina will be replaced by Spaniard Gerard Nus.
“Our ownership group introduced a new vision for the club this week, and it was presented to Alen and his staff,” Raúl Martín Presa, chairman of Rayo Vallecano said in a statement. “In the end, Alen decided that it was best to move in a different direction, and we respect his decision and wish him well moving forward.