Andre Ayew backs Anigo to succeed at Marseille
By Patrick Akoto
Ghana midfielder Andre Ayew has backed interim Marseille coach José Anigo to succeed.
The Marseille sporting director was appointed in a caretaker position last December following the dismissal of Élie Baup.
The French giants have endured a difficult campaign this season and currently sit a staggering 19 point behind leaders Paris St-Germain.
However the Ghanaian international, who is still few days away from returning to the pitch, is confident Anigo can turn the scales around, offering his unflinching support.
“”José, I know him very well. I think he really has the skills to lead Olympique de Marseille,” Ayew said
“If he needs me, I’ll be there. But I especially want to be on the ground.
In the 4-4-2, I can play several positions behind the two strikers, left or right. This is not a problem for me.”
Anigo, 52, has a long association with OM, having represented the club as a player and having guided them to the UEFA Cup final in 2004 as coach before becoming a sporting director.