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Towards a resounding start at RC Lens? The truth comes out
Published on September 19, 2022 at 07:30 by The editorial staff
Since the departure of Graham Potter to Chelsea following the ousting of Thomas Tuchel, Brighton has made RC Lens supporters tremble. Indeed, the coach of the Sang et Or, Franck Haise, was announced in the viewfinder of the Seagulls for the post of coach. But the club seemed to have other plans in this case.
The future of Frank Haise should be sealed soon. After having done a very good job within the RC Lens, the French coach was announced leaving for… England. Indeed, after the eviction of Thomas Tuchel from the bench Chelsea, thecoach of Brighton & Hove Albion, Graham Potter, took his place. And the English club was looking for a new coach.
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De Zerbi formalized
As announced by TMW this Sunday, Brighton had made his choice for his next coach. In fact, the club Premier League had activated the track Roberto De Zerbi. After his successful experience at Sassuolo, the Italian had taken over the management of the Shakhtar, before finally terminating his contract following geopolitical tensions with Russia. Fair information since the club has formalized the arrival of From Zerbi this Sunday.
Haise will stay in Lens
Haise was not plan B; the transalpine media also claims that the second choice of Brightonfor his coaching position, was Kjetil Knutsen. The current coach of Bodo/Glimt was the plan B of Seagullswhich leaves completely Frank Haise next to. A boon for the leaders of the RC Lens.
Confirmed contacts between Haise and Brighton
However, as announced Olivier Tallaron at the microphone of Canal +the surroundings of Frank Haise confirmed contacts between the technician and Brighton, who appreciated his profile. Especially since it uses the same system as the English team. But the coach is clear, there was no question of leaving training in the middle of the season. A decision, which surely pushed those responsible for Brighton to consider other avenues.