It was only last summer that Guy Luzon was regarded as one of the most promising coaches in Israeli soccer. Now his coaching career is in complete ruin after he resigned as coach of Maccabi Petah Tikva on Sunday, a mere 10 matches after taking charge of the club owned by his extended family. The 32-year-old Luzon, who only quit as Hapoel Tel Aviv coach four months ago after guiding the reds to just one win in its first 10 league matches, could also only manage one victory in his 10 games in charge of Petah Tikva, plunging the club in the relegation battle. "Guy Luzon has decided to leave Maccabi Petah Tikva and has done so with the club's best interest in his mind," Petah Tikva chairman Shino Zuaretz said. "Guy wanted to shake up the club and help it return to winning ways. Guy decided to sacrifice his own good for the team's good. Management has sadly accepted his resignation and will work to sign a new coach in the next two days." Petah Tikva defeated Bnei Yehuda in Luzon's first match back at the club, but has since lost seven of nine matches, failing to score in its last seven encounters. The team, which lost 4-0 to Bnei Sakhnin on Saturday, is now just three points from Ashdod SC and the relegation zone.