A major breakthrough in the organizational chart!

A major breakthrough in the organizational chart!

Jacques Cardoz officially leaves Olympique de Marseille. The former journalist has held the position of Communications Director at Club Bouches du Rhone since 2021.

This Thursday, Toulouse FC competed at the Orange Velodrome, as part of the 16th day of the Ligue 1,Olympique de Marseille He no longer has a communications manager. A few minutes before kick-off against TFC, Jack Cardoz He announced his departure from the Bouches-du-Rhône club. The former journalist, 53, had held the position since June 2021. “My adventure in OM is coming to an end. In 2023 I will resume my path as a journalist. Thank you to all who trusted me, especially the supporters, with whom it was a great pleasure to share moments of passion and passion. Good luck to the club in the future”wrote on his account Twitter.

defiant behaviour

In recent months, Jack Cardos has been on the front lines on the Internet or in the media to denounce incidents that occurred on the field or to bring back some facts about the situation of some players. But her relationship with her employer continued to deteriorate. Last October, the newspaper the team He sparked Marseille president Pablo Longoria’s desire to launch Sensation within the organizational structure. On the same wavelength as OM, Jacques Cardoz was criticized for his attitude during the Champions League group stage meeting against Sporting Portugal (4-1), on October 4 at the Orange Velodrome. The leaders of Marseille could not have appreciated his anger associated with the delay of the Portuguese club and the fact that he was going to sing an anti-Parisian song in the offices of the command.

According to information from RMC SportsAnd the These seemingly futile motives were false pretenses. This was a choice of management, who decided to fire Cardoz gradually for a few months. It is not known yet the identity of his successor in this position. It now remains to be seen if other departures within the club will be reported. Before the Haut-Garonne challenge, Olympique de Marseille was fourth in the standings with 30 points, one point behind Stade Rennes. As a reminder, Igor Tudor’s men finished first in fourth place in Group D, behind Tottenham, Eintracht Frankfurt and Sporting Portugal, and are no longer competing in any European competition. There is still Ligue 1 and the Coupe de France, with an entry in Round 32 against Hyères Amateurs (National 2).

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