Camoranesi steps down as Tudor assistant coach at Marseille after just a week

Italian Mauro Camoranesi has decided, just a week after his arrival, to step down as assistant to new Croatian manager Igor Todor in Marseille for “personal reasons”, according to the French club.

Marseille told AFP that the former Juventus midfielder, who made 55 caps for Italy and won the 2006 World Cup with him, “wants to pursue a solo career” as a manager at another team, prompting the Mediterranean club to enlist the aid of the Croat Harry Fokas to replace him.

Fokas, who came to Marseille with a second PE coach, the Italian Mario Rotondali, previously worked as an assistant to Todora between 2016 and 2018 at Turkish clubs Karabukspor and Galatasaray, and then at Italian Udinese and then Croatian ” Haiduk”. season 2019-2020.

Tudor, who was given the job of coaching Marseille following the resignation of Argentinian Jorge Sampaoli on the first of this month, will play his first match as manager of the French league runners-up in a friendly pre-match tomorrow Wednesday Wednesday. match of the season against Marignan-Gignac of the fourth division.

Source: AFP.

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