Revolution is coming to Monaco

Revolution is coming to Monaco

This January, the club president Dmitry Rybolovlev may resign. The Prince of Monaco Albert II is interested in this, according to EuroUnited Twitter.

The situation in the club forced the prince of the European state to intervene. The team is occupying the penultimate place in the league with 13 points after 18 played matches. Thierry Henry, called to save the situation, cannot cope because of the number of injured players and general problems in the club.

Russian businessman Dmitry Rybolovlev, who owns shares in the club, is under investigation by the police in the case of the intervention in the personal life of art dealer Yves Bouvier. Therefore, it is logical that the management is not up to problems with the football side of the coin. However, the Monegasques’ Vice President Vadim Vasilyev said that the club in the winter will conduct strengthening of the squad.

Monaco was an excellent investment for Rybolovlev. In symbiosis with scouts and former coach Leonardo Jardim, the club has trained a number of players who were later sold for hundreds of millions of euros, enriching the president himself. Further purchases did not bear fruit, because they were focused on the short term, and not the development of young players.

Therefore, Prince Albert decided to take the reins of the board in conjunction with Canadian shareholders. He also plans to attract a new sports director, who will be Jürgen Klinsmann. The candidacy of the former German and US national team coach is indisputable for this position, since Klinsmann is a natural born manager, but not a coach. Thanks to him, a clear football structure was created in Germany, which allowed Bundesteam to take gold at Mondial in Brazil in 2014.

Whereas Henry is important as a coach in the club. In the case of the departure of the Frenchman, his reputation and credibility will fail. However, if he stays, in such a company the functionaries, Monaco will be able to compete in the rank of hegemon of League 1 with PSG in the next five years.