The sudden departure of Mauro Camoranesi may suggest that a certain chaos reigns at Olympique de Marseille. But in fact, everything was more or less planned.
The news was surprising. Mauro Camoranesi, assistant coach of Igor Tudor, packed his bags this Tuesday, and leaves theOlympic Marseille. The 2006 world champion had just joined the staff of the Croatian technician, himself recruited in a certain urgency after the sudden departure of Jorge Sampaoli.
Camoranesi came to help out
Camoranesi was to be the ” right arm “ of Tudor, in the words of the Marseille coach, and there would be cause for concern to see the departures succeed one another in the technical staff. But in reality, the former Italy international knew he was only there for the short term. “Igor called me to help him at the start, while waiting to complete his staff”justifies Camoranesi from RMC. The former Juventus player is said to have already returned to Italy and where he would like to continue his career as a head coach.
Tudor has recovered its historic assistant
For “complete its staff”, to use Camoranesi’s words, Tudor wanted to rely on his usual assistant, Hari Vukas. The latter managed to free himself from his commitment with the club of Dugopolje, in Croatian D2. He has been alongside Tudor at the Commanderie since Monday, says La Provence.
The departure of Mauro Camoranesi was “scheduled” because he had come to help out before the final Tudor staff was in place. Croatian deputy Hari Vukas arrived 2 days ago. Another physical preparation Mario Rotondale has arrived to complete the staff@OM_Official #TeamOM
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