The Petroff-Mitchell-Clement trio was fired? The club’s management denies and “regrets the timing”

AS Monaco has denied the information from the daily L’Equipe that the club’s president, Dmitriy Rybolovlev, is about to change everything and sack trio Petrov Mitchell Clement.

Palace revolution expected on the rock? The Association of Monaco this evening, with RMC Sport denied the information published on Saturday By L’Equipe daily That President Dmitriy Rybolovlev is preparing to clean the rock. Monaco denied “the information published this evening, Saturday, by L’Equipe. The club regrets the timing of publishing this information on the eve of its match against the leaders of the tournament and remains fully focused on the upcoming matches.”

According to this information, which comes a few hours before a decisive shock against Paris Saint-Germain (Sunday at 1 pm), the ASM coach, affected by the recent chaotic weeks of his team at the sporting level, would have made the decision to abandon the road. With the Petroff trio, Mitchell Kleiman. Although the club sent to the daily denied the origin of these discoveries, the team keeps its information.

Philip Clement’s arrival changed nothing

Third place in Ligue 1 last season, Monaco has only the Europa League in sight, far from the goal that its owner, who was imagining to shine in the Champions League next season, wanted. After being eliminated from the French Cup, Monaco occupied the door in the Europa League this week. Monaco failed to live up to the challenge presented to them by fourth-placed Braga in the Portuguese championship, last Thursday. The club is also at a standstill in Ligue 1 as it sits ninth in the standings, with just one win in its last five matches.

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The consequences of this sporting disaster could be serious, and consist of great turmoil, with the club’s vice-president, Oleg Petrov, sporting director, Paul Mitchell, and finally coach, Philip Kliment leaving. The latter was introduced in early January, replacing Niko Kovac. The goal then was to get close to the top three in the standings. Unfortunately for ASM, which had begun to reclaim color with the Croatian at the helm, the team has largely moved away from it, and is now nine points behind on the podium with ten days to go.

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