Stopgap assistant Mauro Camoranesi replaced by Hari Vukas at Marseille

Mauro Camoranesi departed Marseille after only a week at the club. However, as revealed by La Provence, the Italian World Cup winner was a temporary solution, whilst Hari Vukas freed himself from his contractual obligations at Croatian side Dugopolje. 

Camoranesi has his heart set on becoming the head coach of a side, but arrived with Igor Tudor at Marseille in order to “ensure the transition” whilst Tudor’s usual assistant, Vukas, made himself available. Having freed himself from his role at Croatian second division side Dugopolje, Vukas arrival in Marseille put a swift end to Camoranesi’s time at the club. 

Due to Tudor’s very sudden arrival at the Orange Vélodrome, following the shock departure of Jorge Sampaoli, Tudor had to quickly compose his backroom staff, with many of his usual collaborators engaged elsewhere. Vukas arrives having spent time with Tudor at Hadjuk Split (on two occasions), Karabükspor, Galatasaray and Udinese. 



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