Four, five, sometimes eight games. In the past, this was the durability value of an FC Sion coach in case of failure. Spaniard Gabri was able to play eight games until he had to pack his bags. His points average was 0.5. Gennaro Gattuso was allowed to try three games as a licensed player coach. Average: 0.33 counters. Rookie Ricardo Dionisio was frustrated by Corona after five games. His 0.4 average would hardly have given him more games. The big ones? His average is 1.04 points per game. He has now played 24 matches. He won five of them. Five! The first division cup match included Schötz. This is a devastating result. The balance of a decline. And a devastating cut.
If you leave out those coaches who have played less than ten games away from FC Sion, Grosso is the worst coach in terms of points since Uli Stielike 2008. The European world champion and German world runner-up had to add 0.91 points then eleven games go per game. Since then, 13 coaches have tried. And they were all better than Grosso. And they all had to leave early in the end.
The most successful carried out begging during the break
The most successful since FC Sion returned in 2006 is Argentine world champion Nestor Clausen. His incredible average: 2.2 points per game. But that didn’t stop the excited man from stopping begging during the break of a cup match at La Chaux-de-Fonds. Because, according to Clausen, CC had broken into the locker room and undermined the coach’s authority …
Number two is today St. Louis coach. Gall, Peter Zeidler. Why CC Released It is still a book with seven stamps. And then shortly before the 2017 Cup final, which started the Zion misery that has continued ever since. This 0: 3 against FC Basel has been traumatic since then.
- Néstor Clausen 2.20
- Peter Zeidler 1.93
- Bernard Challandes 1.63
- Stéphane Henchoz 1.63
- Alberto Bigon 1.59
- Maurizio Jacobacci 1.54
- Raimondo Ponte 1.53
- Michel Decastel 1.52
- Didier Tholot 1.47
- Sébastien Fournier 1.43
- Charly Rössli 1.25
- Paolo Tramezzani 1.25
- Jochen dry 1.22
- Murat Yakin 1.21
- Laurent Roussey 1.19
- Fredy Chassot 1.17
- Fabio Grosso 1.04
- Uli Stielike 0.91
Serey Die: first captain, then shaved
But in addition to the naked numbers, there are other facts that speak against Grosso: a part of the team is no longer behind the unreserved coach. Thus, Serey Die, whom Grosso appointed captain, was demoted to permanent substitute shortly after. For example, goalkeeper Kevin Fickentscher, who grabbed Grosso’s captain’s armband and then put Tim Fayulu in front of his nose.
Guillaume Hoarau is not one of those players. The former YB superstar still makes a good face of the bad game because that’s his nature, even though he barely plays. A total of 319 minutes in 12 Super League matches. He was reportedly injured against Vaduz. Rumors quickly spread that he was fit, but that Grosso had kicked him out. The investigation revealed that AirFrance was really wrong. Still, Hoarau remains a mystery.
Grosso just gets irritated with his constant changes. Handwriting cannot be recognized. When Gaëtan Karlen is in a good mood for a few games and scores three goals, Grosso puts him in the stands. And it also seems strange that the new signing of Lubomir Tupta will be in the starting line-up three days after he left the Serie B club Ascoli. Tupta is Grosso’s teammate at Hellas Verona.
All this should not give much hope to FC Sion fans before today’s extremely important home games against Lugano and on Sunday in Lausanne.