Mercato OM: Igor Tudor in Marseille faster than expected?

Mercato OM: Igor Tudor in Marseille faster than expected?

As Football Club de Marseille announced exclusively on Friday evening, Igor Tudor should be OM’s next coach. Fabrizio Romano adds that the Croatian landed in Marseille this Saturday.

From the departure of Jorge Sampaoli, Football Club de Marseille announced that Igor Tudor had reached an agreement with Olympique de Marseille. The arrival of the former coach of Hellas Verone should be formalized on Monday.

Fabrizio Romano explains on his Twitter account this Saturday that the Croatian landed in Marseille in the evening. He should sign his contract this Sunday and therefore be formalized on Monday. This should be Igor Tudor’s first experience in France.

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He projects himself offensively around the opposing surface – Tameze

“He wants me to use my high volume of play to help the team, which I bring defensively and offensively. He likes the midfielder to come down on the line of defenders to help build up with an extra player, but also to project himself offensively around the opposing area. It is thanks to the work done in training that we can reproduce it in matches. Earlier I was saying that I was a bit tired after the training session this morning, but that’s our method. It’s a lot of running, a lot of weight training, a lot of pressing and one-on-one drills. There is always intensity in the exercises and in the games. » Adrian Tameze— Source: RMC (19/02/22)

Possession not an important part of his game – Hook

“The Tudor method doesn’t make possession an important part of his game, but aggressiveness when winning the ball is essential. His goal is to attack the opponents so that they cannot install their game. Hellas Verona was the team that pressed the most without the ball in Serie A. His team is organized in 3-4-2- 1, he did not want to stay because he does not stay very long in the clubs. His philosophy is totally different from that of De Zerbi, Tudor is more physical and aggressive. What the players like is the intensity that goes into the training. Players will have to get used to a lot of runs. » Johann Crochet— Source: RMC (01/07/22)

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