Discussion in 'France' started by Allez Lyonnais, Aug 23, 2006.
Who's it gonna be?
I only had 16 options and couldn't see GH or Puel getting fired, so here you have it.
boloni maybe, but dreossi and le dizet seems to be the favorites in this race.
I'll go with Boloni too, although Fernandez wouldn't surprise me either.
Indeed, Le Dizet has already got the dreaded confidence vote.
If not, then Rennes's GM/coach will take the fall and head back up stairs letting someone else take over the hot seat.
Marseille coach, as usual. What's his name this week, anyway ?
Yeah, I thought about that as well. That's why he does not count. This said, the team is said to play quite well, so in case of prolonged bad results, the so-called 'choc psychologique' might be invoked once again.
I think Correa has less chance of getting canned then even GH or Puel!
Gillot at Lens.
Pierre Dreossi (Rennes) especially if they get off to a terrible start.
both fernandez and lacombe are having bad starts, but dizet and roussillon are at daggers drawn and it's only a matter of time.
emon is a likely candidate of course, but unfortunately for diouf OM's off to a great start, so he'll probably not beat roussillon in this race.
S'il est licencié prochainement, Serge Le Dizet pourra toujours piquer la place de Thierry Lhermitte pour le rôle titre dans "Patrick Dils, histoire d'un destin pourri".
les cahiers du football, better newspaper about football in France.
It looks as though Le Dizet has been confirmed by his president..
The kiss of death then....
Le Dizet's being kept out of the loop...
Not looking good.
Mesure exceptionnelle à Nantes ! Le comité directeur a annoncé à travers un communiqué que les entraînements se dérouleraient désormais à huis clos : « Les dirigeants du FCNA ont décidé à titre provisoire que tous les entraînements de la formation de Serge Le Dizet se dérouleront à huis clos et ce afin de garantir les meilleures conditions de sérénité du groupe sportif et lui permettre de retrouver ses repères et se concentrer sur la préparation du déplacement à Valenciennes. » L'entraîneur Serge le Dizet a fait savoir qu'il n'avait pas été consulté sur cette décision.
Basically, the training will be done behind closed doors and Le Dizet told reporters he wasn't consulted on the decision.
the prez basically said, "a nil is better than losing again."
the owner said, "people tell me he's a bad coach and i have to agree."
does this sounds encouraging to you?
Le Dizet, IMO, will be the one to go first.
Second would be Lacombe, if this continues, I still trust him, but eventually we must start wondering if he is really fit for the job. Or if anybody else is really fit for the job of being a PSG manager
i don't know what cayzac specifically means by 'stability.' Will he maintain it regardless of result (i.e. avoiding the pattern set before) or will he bow to the pressure? It's a tough call. I like lacombe but the doubts are really setting in.
the effect psg everything that touches the club turns to coal.
you've got to wonder about this UEFA cup thing... Now that the CL isn't the CdCC anymore, eurovase is just a puffed up intertoto, but even against village green clubs like derry or boleslav our "big" clubs take it down a couple of notches, just to reinforce world opinion that L1 is a pants league... thanks guys!
thank god there's nancy to carry the flame bravely!
rousillon's putting his neck out for le dizet; i'm not sure that's going to help much...
calling valenciennes lowly, made me titter... since they're a point above PSG and ASM in the standings.
we have a winnah!
georges eo is le dizet's assistant, and a former player for nantes.
Nantes la disette...