“It is very important that we change …” – The long...

“It is very important that we change …” – The long...
“It is very important that we change …” – The long...
Just three months and five games after his appointment, former Socceroo Jean-Paul de Marigny is the eighth full-time A-League coach to retire in 2020.

The Western Sydney Wanderers announced in a 42-word statement on Monday that de Marigny had left the club with immediate effect.

No reason was given for the sudden dismissal of a coach who had only been at the top full-time since mid-July, just days before the team’s players were due to begin training for the 2020-21 season.

Concerns about hiring, hiring support staff, and personal differences are seen as motivators for the decision.

John Tsatsimas, CEO of Wanderers, said an announcement of de Marigny’s replacement would be made within days.

“There will be some expected changes at the club in the coming days,” said Tsatsimas.

“It’s very important that we go through this to make sure we have a successful 2020-21 season and get back to where we belong.”

The 56-year-old took over the position of interim coach in January after the former German international Markus Babbel was sacked and was appointed full-time coach of the club in July until the end of 2020/21.

He only took on five games as a full-time coach and won two when the Wanderers finished ninth in the 2019-20 season – their third season without a final.

De Marigny has joined a list of A-League coaches since January, including Babbel, Robbie Fowler, Erick Mombaerts, Gertjan Verbeek, Marco Kurz, Ernie Merrick and Tony Popovic.

The global COVID-19 pandemic played a role in the exits of overseas coaches Fowler, Mombaerts and Verbeek from Brisbane, Melbourne City and Adelaide respectively.

Popovic left Perth Glory to join Greek club Xanthi at the end of the season, while Kurz (Melbourne Victory), Merrick (Newcastle) and Babbel were sacked.

That wear and tear means Steve Corica is the only 11-club manager at Sydney FC to have started in the 2019-20 season and was at the helm before March 2019.

Former Wanderers assistant Hayden Foxe and the current back room worker Patrick Zwaanswijk have been linked to the position.

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