Olympiacos Hwang In-beom bids farewell to coach Mitchell… Season 3 coach replacement

Michel Gonzalez leaves Olympiacos.

Olympiacos said on the club website on the 4th (Korean time), “Coach Mitchell has decided to leave the team immediately. Coach Mitchell has tried to help the club by coming in during difficult times. I wish him success in the future. Not Jose, but coach. will direct the upcoming match.”

“I have informed the management of the club of my decision to resign. I think this is the best moment for the team. I thank the team for their cooperation during these difficult months and I wish them all to achieve their goals,” Mitchell said goodbye.

Mitchell took over the Olympiacos helm last September. It was his comeback after 7 years. Mitchell coached Olympiacos from 2013 to 2015 and made 91 appearances. He recorded a record of 65 wins, 11 draws and 15 losses, and lifted a total of three trophies, including league championships in the 2012-13 season and 2013-14 season, as well as winning the cup competition.

He took over during the season and rescued the team from crisis. At that time, Olympiacos sacked coach Carlos Corberan, who had a record of 2 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss in the league, and appointed Mitchell as new coach. Coach Mitchell immediately put the team on the rise. He accumulated 60 points all season, leaving a gap of only 3 points with first place.

But he suddenly announced his dismissal. So far, the specific reason for his hardship has not been revealed.

As a result, Hwang In-beom has changed leaders a total of 4 times this season alone. When Hwang In-beom first transferred, coach Pedro Martins led the team, but he left the team after being eliminated in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League (UCL). Afterwards, coach Corberan took over as manager, but was sacked after 11 games. Coach Mitchell, who had been working with him the longest, also left the team. 토토사이트

Even if a new coach takes over, Hwang In-beom’s position is unlikely to change significantly. Hwang In-beom is one of the key resources in the team’s midfield this season. Hwang In-beom played the role of a maestro in the third line, showing ball distribution, game tempo control, passing, and pressure. At the same time, it increases the number of attacks through momentary second-line penetration, and creates opportunities through direct breakthrough. This performance earned him the Greek League Player of the Month award for February.

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