Olivier Guégan laid off by Sochaux, Sylvain Monsoreau and Pierre-Alain Frau succeed him

As The team announced it on Tuesday, Olivier Guégan’s days were numbered, despite a good start to the season at the helm of FC Sochaux-Montbéliard. He was fired on Wednesday by the club, after his fall in the Ligue 2 clification (6th).

The former Stade de Reims, Grenoble and Valenciennes coach will not have lasted a year in the Doubs. To end the season, management turned to club executives: Sylvain Monsoreau and Pierre-Alain Frau.

A departure estimated at €1.3 million

Second in L2 in mid-February, the FCSM subsequently collapsed and is now in 6th place, 14 points behind the Bordeaux dolphin. Olivier Guégan had been very criticized by the supporters last weekend, who had chanted several times “Guegan resignation”. The Breton was under contract until the end of the 2023-2024 season, and the price of his departure is estimated at 1.3 M€ for the club.

The management therefore turned to club coaches to ensure the rest of the season. Sylvain Monsoreau, already at the club as a player between 1999 and 2005, has been leading the reserve since 2019. His team is in sixth place in his National 3 group. To accompany him, Pierre-Alain Prau has been appointed, after having was istant coach of the U19 team for 5 years.

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