Lucien Favre will stay on at OGC Nice, according to Mercato.

At least “in the short term,” the Swiss will continue to sit on the bench for the Aiglons despite having a time announced at the start of the match.

At the OGC in Nice, rebound. Even though it appeared more likely by the day that he would be leaving his position as coach of the Aiglons, Lucien Favre should, at the very least, continue in that role “short term,” according to the most recent inappropriate behavior that was shown by RMC Sports. “According to our coworkers, “this maintenance […] was agreed upon during a meeting between the Swiss and Ineos sporting director Dave Brailsford.”

Read also: Nice could explore Mauricio Pochettino as a replacement for Lucien Favre in the Ligue 1

Mauricio Pochettino would not have found an agreement with the Aiglons

Mauricio Pochettino’s name was repeatedly brought up as a potential successor to Lucien Favre over several days. Pochettino was thanked by Paris Saint-Germain during the offseason. On the other hand, the Argentinian technician would not have been able to reach a consensus with the authorities of Nice. The decision to keep the coach, who is 64 years old, therefore looks to be a default choice. The Eagles’ play so far this season has not been at all commensurate with their aspirations to compete in Europe, and this is something that needs to be acknowledged. Despite the acquisition of several significant players during the summer transfer market, the club from the Côte d’Azur is currently sitting in a disappointing 13th place in the rankings after eight days of play in Ligue 1, just two points away from falling into the relegation zone. After the next week, OGC Nice will play a match at Paris SG (Saturday, 9 p.m.). An argument that is difficult to bring back to life.

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