Míchel to sue Marseille over non-payment of contract
"This has been the worst experience of my career as a coach," the former Real Madrid midfielder said of his time at the Stade Vélodrome.
Former Real Madrid midfielder Míchel is suing Olympique Marseille over his dismissal from the Ligue 1 club, he has confirmed in an interview with Spanish news outlet El Confidencial. Míchel was sacked by Marseille on April 19 after a series of run-ins with the club’s president.
"I have always behaved correctly"
“This has been the worst experience I have had during my career as a coach. What angers me the most is that the president said he had dispensed with my services because of bad behavior. The club’s owner [Margarita Louis-Dreyfus] and the staff, with whom I get on famously, can testify to my conduct on and off the pitch being always correct. Without wishing to sound presumptuous, I have never behaved in an incorrect way at any club as a player or a manager. Furthermore, as the president sacked me without paying the full amount of my contract, I have had to file a lawsuit.”
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