Saudi Arabia’s Al Nasr coach Rudi Garcia (59) eventually leaves the team amid rumors of a disagreement with Cristiano Ronaldo (38, Portugal). He has been in office for eight months.
Al-Nassr said on the club’s homepage on the 14th, “Coach Garcia has decided to lay down the baton according to mutual agreement with the club.”
It looks like a real hard. The European media believes that Ronaldo’s influence may have played a role in Garcia’s departure from the team. Al-Nasr was currently in close pursuit of leaders Al Ittihad with a three-point lead.
Coach Garcia is a recognized leader in French and Italian professional teams. In the 2017-18 season, he led Marseille to the UEFA Europa League runner-up.
Garcia, who took over as Al-Nassr head coach in June of last year, said the conflict began after Ronaldo joined the team. Ronaldo is said to have been dissatisfied with the coach’s tactics and the way the squad was managed.
Spain Sport reported on the 12th that “discord was detected between Ronaldo and Garcia.” The British Express reported that “Ronaldo had previously held secret talks with his team’s general manager, which eventually led to the sacking of coach Garcia.”
AS Roma coach Jose Mourinho is also being discussed as a candidate for Al Nasr’s next manager.메이저놀이터 Ronaldo and Mourinho have a close relationship at Real Madrid in Spain. Also on the list are former coach Marcel Gallardo and River Plate.
For the time being, the role of first-team manager will be taken by Dinko Jelic, who leads the under-19 team within the team.