Official : Monaco Part Company With Former Chelsea Chief Emenalo By Mutual ConsentPublished: August 12, 2019
Through a press release published on their official website, Monaco have confirmed that the club and Michael Emenalo have decided to put an end to their collaboration by mutual agreement.
The USA 1994 World Cup star arrived in Monaco in November 2017 to take up the position of Sports Director and part of his job description was to oversee recruitment of players.
Prior to joining Monaco, Emenalo was technical director at Chelsea and worked with ten different head coaches.
In his parting words to Monaco, the former Super Eagles left-back thanked the club for giving him the opportunity to experience the French Ligue 1 and wished the club and supporters a successful 2019-2020 season.
Under the leadership of Emenalo, Monaco signed France youth internationals Willem Geubbels and Wilson Isidor, Russia midfielder Aleksandr Golovin, Germany fullback Benjamin Henrichs and England U19 international Jonathan Panzo.
Monaco lost 3-0 to Lyon in their opening match of the 2019-2020 season on Friday, August 9.
Photo Credit : asmonaco.com
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