Where is Niko Kovac now?
On 19 July 2020, Kovač was appointed as head coach at Ligue 1 club Monaco.
When did Niko Kovac join Monaco?
“Niko Kovac arrived in the Principality in July 2020 and led the team 74 times. AS Monaco will announce the name of its new head coach very soon.
Who replaces Niko Kovac?
Philippe Clement, who has replaced Kovac, is an exciting appointment in theory. His Club Brugge side pressed relentlessly and displayed ample fluidity in their 1-1 draw with PSG in the Champions League in September.
Who is Monaco manager?
AS Monaco is pleased to announce the arrival of Philippe Clement as coach. The 47-year-old Flemish coach has signed a contract for 3 seasons.
Who is the coach of Bayern Munchen?
FC Bayern Munich/Managers
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Who owns Monaco FC?
|Born||Dmitry Yevgenyevich Rybolovlev 22 November 1966 Perm, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union|
|Known for||President of AS Monaco FC Owner of Cercle Brugge KSV|
Who is manager of Monaco?
The 47-year-old Flemish coach has signed a contract for 3 seasons. With three consecutive Belgian league titles to his name, a wealth of experience in European competitions (40 matches as head coach) and a career marked by constant progress, Philippe Clement has signed with AS Monaco until June 30th, 2024.
Did Bayern Munich sack their coach?
It was his sacking after just over a year in charge which paved the way for Flick to take the reins in November 2019. When Bayern promoted him from an assistant coach position, the decision had plenty to do with convenience and perhaps less to do with an impressive track record or coaching ethos.
Who is the manager of Ajax?
Erik ten Hag
Erik ten Hag (born 2 February 1970) is a Dutch professional football manager and former player. He is currently the manager at Ajax, where he has won two Eredivisie titles as well as reaching the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League in 2019.