Ligue 2: Jean-Marc Furlan laid off by Caen

The operation moving up to Ligue 1 will not happen with him. Jean-Marc Furlan has just been laid off by his club, SM Caen. In a very short press release, the Norman club soberly indicates: “Stade Malherbe Caen has decided to lay off Jean-Marc Furlan as a precautionary measure as coach of the professional team”.

Arriving last June, Jean-Marc Furlan signed up for two seasons with the Calvados club. After an almost idyllic honeymoon, the first clouds quickly arrived at the end of summer. The four victories in as many matches are a distant memory. The Norman club is mired in crisis after a terrible series of 9 matches without victories (3 draws, 6 defeats).

Falling back to twelfth place, Caen is no longer very far from the red zone with only three more points. The defeat at Troyes (2-1) last Saturday sealed the fate of Jean-Marc Furlan. After a weekend of reflection, the Caen leaders thought that he was no longer the man for the job. The latter did not indicate who would be sitting on the SM Caen bench this Saturday against Quevilly-Rouen.

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