Former Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has revealed plans to leave French side Marseille at the end of the season.
The Portuguese manager woes have worsened following the club’s drop in position from three to six, 13 points behind second place Lille and 12 behind Lyon who are currently in position three.
Speaking in regard to the current string of results, Andre Villas-Boas noted that he will indeed leave the club as the results and performance is totally against Marseille ‘s board expectations.
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He continued by noting that the current position of the club is unacceptable and that work needs to be done at the club from the ground zero going up come next season.
The news comes at a time when his former player turned manager Frank Lampard was fired ad Stamford Bridge manager over poor results.
Lampard’s woes begun with a series of bad results despite the club spending big to bring in top class players who have shown no improvement at the club so far.
In his place now is Thomas Tuchel, former Paris-Saint Germain coach who recorded a draw in his first match in charge of the London based club.