Troyes dismiss manager Bruno Irles

Ligue 1 side Troyes have announced this afternoon that manager Bruno Irles has been relieved of his duties ahead of his departure from the club, ten months after he first took over.

Irles managed to secure survival for the Aube side, who finished 15th last year, and had them in 13th so far this campaign, having beaten Monaco away from home and put three past Paris Saint-Germain at the Parc des Princes.

However, the City Football Group-owned side are also winless in six. Taking over on an interim basis will be one of his assistants, Claude Robin, with the eastern side’s final match before the World Cup break being a trip to Brittany to face Brest on Sunday afternoon. 

The former Monaco defender, who previously managed the likes of Pau, Quevilly-Rouen and Sheriff Tiraspol, had taken over from Laurent Batlles midway through last season, in the wake of the CFG takeover.

GFFN | Raphaël Jucobin

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