Pablo Correa has been fired as
coach of Evian Thonon Gaillard following a poor start to the
season, the Ligue 1 club said on Monday.
Evian, who surprisingly finished ninth after making their
top flight debut last season, have lost three of their opening
four matches and lie 18th in the standings with one point.
"The Evian Thonon Gaillard board announced that coach Pablo
Correa was sacked due to the current bad results," the club said
on their website.
Correa, who was in charge for nine months, will be replaced
by sports director Pascal Dupraz, who had coached the club from
2000 to 2009 when they were still amateurs.
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