The 46-year-old Frenchman, Brizat, was only looking after Lausanne O’Shea Year and a half For a long time, but he had a lasting impact on the club, as Vaudois emphasized in their statement. Last season, he sensationally steered the team over the hurdle against FC Sion in the Premier League.
In their first season in the Swiss top flight, the small club, which has attracted just under 3,000 spectators per match at its Ponties stadium, the lowest of all top flight clubs, is having a difficult time. It has managed only two wins, in addition to four draws and seven defeats, the last of which was Sunday’s 2:5 win over Grasshoppers. With ten points, Lausanne-Ouchi is two points ahead of bottom club Basel.
Praizat, who also coached Servette Yverdon and Nyon, is the fourth coach to have to resign this season in the Premier League – Basel’s Timo Schulz and Heiko Vogel as well as Yverdon’s Marco Schliebaum were sacked before him. (dab/sda)
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