The future of a Ligue 1 coach in danger!

While the 2022-2023 Ligue 1 season has finally come to an end, the transfer window period will soon open its doors. In addition to the players, the coaches of certain clubs in France could also experience a very eventful summer.

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Football fans know it well: coaching is a high-risk job. Coaches often take on the role of fuse when the results are not good. Peter Bosz, Lucien Favre, Jean-Marc Furlan, there have been many examples over the past few months. And this list could well grow longer in the very near future.

While Igor Tudor left OM despite a rather convincing season and Christophe Galtier should experience the same fate, the future is darkening for another technician from our Ligue 1. According to Foot Mercato, Phillipe Montanier would indeed be very close to taking the door. Coach of Téfécé since 2021, the Frenchman has nevertheless been doing interesting work since his arrival in the Pink City.

Toulouse: Philippe Montanier should be dismissed!

After having offered a rise in Ligue 1 to the Violets, the 58-year-old technician ensured the maintenance without trembling. The Toulouse have indeed finished in thirteenth place with 13 points ahead of the first relegated, Auxerre. To this was obviously added a superb victory in the Coupe de France, a trophy that Toulouse had been waiting for since 1957.

The desire to put an end to the mandate of Philippe Montanier is therefore surprising. According to our colleagues, the decision of the TFC staff could be explained more by administrative reasons than by performance issues. The current Toulouse coach would not indeed intend to extend his current contract which will end in June 2024, at the end of next season therefore. No doubt wanting to ensure the long-term future of the coaching position, the Toulouse leaders could therefore invite Philippe Montanier to pack his bags very quickly.

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