José Miguel González Martín del Campo, known as “Michel”, has resigned as coach of the Greek club after another disappointing draw against Aris (2-2).
Former Spanish international José Miguel González Martín del Campo, nicknamed Michel, has resigned as coach of Olympiakos, AFP learned from the club on Monday.
The day after a disappointing draw against Aris (2-2) with Olympiakos leading 2-0, the Spanish coach decided to leave the Piraeus club, still in the running for the league title. Greece.
Third with 60 points, Olympiakos are only three points behind the two teams that share the lead in the championship, Panathinaikos and AEK Athens, eight days from the end of the championship.
Michel, 60, returned to the Olympiakos bench in September after a first stint between 2013 and 2015. The former OM coach (2015-16) replaced Carlos Corberan after a failed start to the season.
Olympiakos football director since September 2022, Jose Anigo, another former OM coach, will be on the bench for the match against PAOK on Wednesday.