On the set of Canal Football club this Sunday, Samir Nasri mentioned the name of a coach who could, according to him, replace Rudi Garcia at the head of Naples, whose supporters are already demanding the resignation after only 4 days and 7 points on the clock but a game based solely on transitions to the detriment of construction.
Samir Nasri suggested the name of a coach who he believes could succeed Rudy Garcia has Naples. The former coach of theOlympic Marseille is considered too cautious by observers. La Gazzetta dello Sport pointed out the French technician’s playing philosophy after the defeat against the Lazio (1-2), favoring rapid transitions forward to the detriment of the construction of the game. The role assigned to certain players in midfield was also debated within the Italian sports daily: “It’s not clear exactly what Garcia’s anchor is. Destroying is easy, returning is difficult: today there are doubts about Naples.”
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“Because of his principles and the way he makes his teams playful, I think that the Italian championship would suit him best. The month of December will be decisive. If he is found guilty, which club will take the risk of signing him. But in Italy, why not. There are already supporters who are demanding the resignation of Rudi Garcia, this will perhaps be reactivated on the Naples side”said the ex-Olympian.
As a reminder, Christophe Galtier has been free since his departure from Paris Saint Germain. A time announced as the successor of Luciano Spalletti at Napoli, the 57-year-old coach had the spotlight stolen by his French counterpart. The former PSG coach will be tried on December 15 in the case of alleged racist comments.