Rudi Garcia will no longer coach Olympique Lyonnais next season. His relationship with Juninho had deteriorated.
“Difficult to continue under these conditions”. The terms chosen by Rudi Garcia when announcing his departure for the first time were well weighed. An announcement confirmed, since, on social networks, with an assumed desire to distill a new clue on the reasons for this separation. Inducted by Juninho to succeed Sylvinho in the fall of 2019, Garcia has seen his relationship with the Brazilian deteriorate over the course of his tenure.
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This Monday, in his message of thanks, Rudi Garcia was careful not to quote Juninho. ” As I spoke about yesterday in the post-match press conference, my journey at the head of OL is over. I would like to thank above all my president Jean-Michel Aulas with whom I had an exceptional professional and human relationship, and Vincent Ponsot (general manager, editor’s note) for his great competence and his total implication for the club ”, t he writes on Twitter.
“I obviously want to thank all my players, from my captain Memphis Depay to the youngest Rayan Cherki, as well as all my staff for the work accomplished and the positive emotions experienced together,” Garcia continued. I am sure that this young group still has significant room for growth and I sincerely wish Olympique Lyonnais the best for the future. “