St Étienne have demanded Ghislain Printant to depart his post as manager

L’Équipe report that St Étienne President Roland Romeyer this morning called under pressure manager Ghislain Printant to a meeting, which additionally meant that the latter individual did not oversee today’s training session.

The outlet claims that in this meeting Romeyer asked the coach to leave the club, having signed a two-year contract last June – for the moment, Printant has refused and the two parties have not yet found an agreement to bring their working collaboration to an end.

Something to be watched in the coming hours, with the outlet also reporting that Romeyer called Jean-Louis Gasset, their previous boss before Printant, to come out of retirement and to take back his position. Gasset did not respond favourably or negatively following the suggestion.

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