Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : August 14th 2015 Contents won t look you in the eye or wear sunglasses when
they talk to you. It really rubs me up the wrong way."
The larger-than-life Nicollin added that Marseille
made a big mistake last season by keeping Bielsa
when he criticized club president Vincent Labrune
for not involving him in the recruitment process.
"I would have fired him last season, as soon as
he spoke out in the media about the club s transfer
window activity," Nicollin said. "Losing Bielsa is no
big deal. Labrune will find a good coach this time
and get on with things. He ll be free of this guy and
Marseille will finally realize Bielsa was no good."
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Friday, August 14, 2015
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PARIS---The season couldn t have started worse
Just one week into the new league campaign, the
nine-time champions have already lost their coach
and been handed a first loss at home.
In the football-mad Mediterranean city, Marcelo
Bielsa s resignation after the opening defeat to Caen
has sent a shock wave of such a magnitude that even
Marseille mayor Jean-Claude Gaudin publicly regretted
the Argentine coach s departure, asking him to recon-
sider his decision.
Bielsa s resignation has since been accepted and
the club board is now actively looking for his successor.
Marseille president Vincent Labrune hoped to convince
former Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp yet
the German technician is currently on a sabbatical
and turned down the offer.
There are plenty of French coaches available on
the market but Marseille is looking for a foreigner,
with Vincenzo Montella and Luciano Spalletti report-
edly in the frame for the job. In the meantime, Franck
Passi has been appointed as caretaker coach and will
be in charge for the upcoming travel to Reims on
Here are some things to know ahead of this week-
end s matches:
Marseille prospects on hold
Marcelo Bielsa s resignation is likely to impact Mar-
seille s moves on the transfer market.
Argentine defender Milton Casco, who was set to
join the French club from Newell s Old Boys at Bielsa s
request, won t finally be recruited. Dutch midfielder
Jonathan De Guzman, whose transfer to Marseille
looked imminent, might also stay at Napoli until
Marseille finds a new coach.
Ibrahimovic and Di Maria injured
Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic s
start to the season should be delayed by one more
week, having yet to recover from a sprained knee,
and Angel Di Maria, who joined this summer from
Manchester United, remains unavailable because of
the thigh injury he picked up at the Copa America.
PSG fans will however get a consolation prize as
Di Maria will be presented to the Parc des Princes
supporters before kick-off.
Valbuena eying Euro
By signing a three-year deal with Lyon, playmaker
Mathieu Valbuena is boosting his chances of making
the cut for the 2016 Euro.
After a successful season at Dynamo Moscow, the
former Marseille player perfectly timed his return to
France, in a club qualified for the Champions League
and seen as PSG s only credible rival this season.
Dynamo was banned from European competition
this season for failing to comply with UEFA s Financial
Fair Play rules.
Valbuena has scored 7 goals in 48 matches with
France and has featured in 36 of the 37 matches
played under coach Didier Deschamps helm.
Bordeaux certainly had better starts to a season.
After losing its opener at home against Reims,
Willy Sagnol s side will be without central defender
Gregory Sertic for the next six months.
Sertic tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left
knee against Reims, leaving Sagnol with only a few
options. With Lamine Sane also out through injury,
the six-time champions are now looking for a new
central defender, with Lyon s Lindsay Rose and Nantes
Koffi Djidji reportedly on their radar.
In Marseille, Marcelo Bielsa was a hero. At rival
club Montpellier, the Argentine coach was more seen
as a zero.
"Why don t I like Bielsa? Because he s an idiot.
He never looks you in the eye," said Montpellier pres-
ident Louis Nicollin. "I can t stand it when people
Marseille looks for coach
following Bielsa's departure
In this May 10,
2015 file photo,
Marcelo Bielsa, of
instructions at his
players during a
League One match
Bielsa resigned as
coach after the
team's 1-0 loss to
Caen on August 8.
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