As the attention is all on the ongoing world cup, football clubs have not stopped stepping up their preparations ahead of the return of the domestic league in December. As other clubs prioritize player contract extensions as well as termination, others have focused on their coaching staff.
Latest reports indicate that Alexander Blessin is set to be sacked by Serie A side Genoa. The manager has not been able to turn the situation at the club with each game passing and the club continues registering dismal performances.
Blessin was appointed by Genoa in the recent past and has an impressive career management record having previously managed RB Leipzig's and KV Oostende's youth teams. As many expected, Genoa senior management took this decision as they try and overturn the recent run of poor performances.
A search for Blessin's replacement is set to start soon. With several top managers currently without jobs, this will not be a hard task for Genoa.
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