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Ligue 1 Next Manager To Leave Odds

Ligue 1 Next Manager To Leave

Next Manager To Leave 2018/2019

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Next manager to leave Ligue 1 2018/19

Ligue 1 is the top tier of the French football league system. Ligue 1 is contested by 20 clubs and operates on a system of promotion and relegation with Ligue 2. Ligue 1 is one of the top national leagues in Europe, currently ranked fifth behind Spain's La Liga, England's Premier League, Italy's Serie A, and Germany's Bundesliga. In the 2017/18 season, the clubs of Ligue 1 changed their manager 11 times (including interim managers) in total before or during the season. The league is very competitive and the clubs involved want to stay in the Ligue 1 because of the prestige and it is one of the best leagues in Europe, which is one of the reason the clubs sometimes change their managers in the middle of the season to get the spot in Europe or to avoid relegations.

The managers who could leave their club in the current season of 2018/19 in Ligue 1 are:

Bruno Génésio
Current Club: Lyon

Bruno Génésio was a long-time player of Lyon. He played at the club for 10 years. Bruno started his managerial career as a manager at Lyon in December 2015. He was the assistant of the club for four years before that. Lyon is a club with great pride and they want to play in the Champions League every season. But the 2018/19 season hasn’t started very well for them as the club stands 6th on the table having lost 3 matches out of their 9 fixtures. The club could decide to hire a new manager to get back at the top.

Rudi García
Current Club: Marseille
Marseille is a club who want to challenge PSG for the title every season. The club hired Rudi Garcia in October 2016. The club finished at 4th last season under Garcia, which didn’t satisfy the club. But they didn’t sack their manager. This season, after 9 matches, Marseille sits on 3rd but has a point-gap with PSG of 11 points. The club’s ambition could lead them to sack their current manager and hire someone new.