Ligue 1: surprise, Will Still is no longer the coach of Stade de Reims

Ligue 1: surprise, Will Still is no longer the coach of Stade de Reims
Ligue 1: surprise, Will Still is no longer the coach of Stade de Reims

Will Still has left his post as coach of Stade de Reims, 11th in Ligue 1, the club announced in a press release this Thursday, three matches before the end of the season.

It has been decided that Will Still and his deputy Nicolas Still will step down from their respective functions as of today », Wrote the Champagne club, engaged in a very bad series in the championship.

The Rémois have not won for six matches and have just suffered three consecutive defeats, the last, heavy and embarrassing, at Clermont (4-1), last in Ligue 1.

Departure rumors

The name of Will Still (31) has been circulating for several months in rumors of departure, particularly for England, one of the two countries of the Anglo-Belgian coach.

But this anticipated separation comes as a surprise to the extent that Reims is not threatened by possible relegation. On the other hand, the Marne club should not move from the soft underbelly of the ranking, while it still has three difficult matches to play: a trip to Brest (third), and the reception of Marseille (seventh) then Rennes (ninth). ).

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Assistant then promoted to interim head coach in October 2022 after the departure of Oscar Garcia, Will Still was confirmed in his functions in November that year, at only 30 years old.

Stade de Reims would like to thank Will and Nicolas Still for their investment and all these beautiful emotions experienced together “, indicated club president Jean-Pierre Caillot in the press release. “ Will was one of the players in the new cycle initiated in 2018, and has undoubtedly allowed Stade de Reims to take another step forward, particularly in the context of the internationalization of the locker room. »


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