After the departure of Igor Tudor, Olympique de Marseille is looking for a new coach. A sensitive file which should accelerate in the coming hours…
Who will take over from Igor Tudor on the Olympique de Marseille bench? For a week, several names have been feeding the French and foreign press. If Marcelo Gallardo appears to be a very credible lead, a much more surprising rumor places Christophe Galtier as a technician retained in Pablo Longoria’s shortlist. This hypothesis is not unanimous.
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After highlighting his difficulties during this season at PSG, Daniel Riolo believes that Galtier would not be the right profile for Marseille, especially in this timing. “If it was just him, I’m not saying… But there are other possibilities. For OM to go and take the man who is in a situation of failure at Paris Saint-Germain, who got kicked at PSG, I find, if I am president of OM, that it is almost an admission of powerlessness, of failure, to go after the guy who screwed up at PSG”dropped the journalist.
“Because he doesn’t have the shoulders for PSG, does he have them for OM? »
Riolo goes even further by saying that Galtier certainly does not have the shoulders to take up this challenge. “I don’t like the idea. He had no place in Paris, we all know that, because he’s from Marseille and didn’t have the shoulders, but because he doesn’t have the shoulders for PSG, does he have them for OM? Me, if I’m a supporter of OM, I take it badly. It is to admit that I am a second-class club, by going for the coach who was trampled on at PSG”.