Western Sydney Wanderers have parted ways with Jean-Paul de Marigny just five games after appointing him as the A-League club’s head coach.
The Wanderers’ announcement on Monday came as a shock, with de Marigny having been given the job on a permanent basis in July after initially being interim coach following the axing of German coach Markus Babbel in January.
We have today parted ways with head coach Jean-Paul de Marigny: https://t.co/reLl3kCUgs #WSW pic.twitter.com/vOPAZ1pZNz
The Wanderers missed the top six in the recently completed 2019-20 season, finishing in ninth spot with after winning nine of their 26 matches.
“Western Sydney Wanderers FC have today parted ways with head coach Jean-Paul de Marigny,” the club said in a statement.
“The club thanks Jean-Paul for his efforts and wishes him success in the future.
“The club will make an announcement in the coming days on a replacement coach.”
The Wanderers are expected to start training this month ahead of the new season, which is set to start in late December or January.
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