According to information from RMC Sport, Pablo Longoria, president of OM, was convinced by the experience and personality of Jean-Baptiste Grisoli, who should become the club’s new doctor. It would be a return to Marseille for him.
While waiting for the resumption of training scheduled for June 28, the restructuring of the organizational structure of OM continues. The Olympian medical staff is experiencing some upheaval. In addition to the departure of the historic physiotherapist Alain Soultanian, after more than 37 years at the club, Marseille also had to look for another doctor since Jacques Taxil had been dismissed even before the end of the season. According to information from RMC Sport, the lucky winner should be a former member of the house: Jean-Baptiste Grisoli.
Longoria convinced by her profile
Former doctor of Rugby Club Toulonnais then of the French rugby team with Philippe Saint-André coach, Jean-Baptiste Grisoli had also officiated in football, at OM (at the end of the 90s, with Rolland Courbis then Bernard Casoni trainer) and at the Sporting Club de Bastia. Rehabilitator and sports doctor, very well established in the Marseille medical community, he was recently in office in the Pro D2 club of Aix en Provence: Provence Rugby.
Pablo Longoria, the president of OM, was convinced by the experience and the personality of Jean-Baptiste Grisoli. He will probably quickly take up his post in Marseille. With a lot of medical visits to pass to all the Olympian recruits who are expected during this summer transfer window. The Marseille club have already announced on Wednesday that they have reached an “agreement in principle” with the Brazilians of Flamengo for the transfer of midfielder Gerson, 24.