Adelaide United coach Guillermo Amor has been rumoured to take on Melbourne City's vacant position, but the Spaniard has denied any interest in the role.
11 Jan 2017 - 8:24 PM  UPDATED 11 Jan 2017 - 8:24 PM

With City yet to name a replacement for John van 't Schip, a number of names have been linked with the job, but Amor dismissed the prospect of him switching sides on Wednesday.

"I don't speak with anyone (at City)," he said.

"I am coach here and I am with Adelaide in this moment with a fantastic group."

After claiming the premiership-championship double in 2016, the Reds have had a reversal of fortunes as they sit at the bottom of the A-League after a miserable start to their title defence.

Having lost nine of their opening 14 matches, Amor said his focus was on returning pride to the Reds.

"We've suffered a lot in every game we don't win," he said.

"For me it's a challenge for me and the players to win tomorrow and to try and win more games."

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