French First Football League (Ligue 1) team Olympique Marseille, coach Igor Tudor, announced that he will leave his post at the end of the season.
Speaking at the pre-match press conference, where they will be visiting Ajaccio on Saturday, June 3, in the last week of Ligue 1, Tudor announced that he will leave the team after his contract expires.
Stating that he had a great year in Olympic Marseille, Tudor said, “It has been a good experience for me. I am happy and proud that I left the club in a better position than when I took office. I believe I gave my 100 percent here. We experienced a lot this year. In Marseille. “I think one year is worth 2 or 3 years at another club. At least that’s how I feel. I made the decision to leave for purely personal reasons. I didn’t have a contract with a club.” used the phrases.
Speaking at the press conference, club president Pablo Longoria said: “We must respectfully accept Tudor’s decision to step down after June 30. On behalf of all the managers, I thank him for the great work he has done here.” made his comment.
The 45-year-old Croatian coach, who also coached Kardemir Karabükspor and Galatasaray for a while, took charge of Olympic Marseille this season after serving in Udinese, Hajduk Split and Hellas Verona.
Olympic Marseille, which collected 73 points in Ligue 1, where the matches will be played in the last week, was guaranteed to be third.