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“A grandpa”, Jean-Louis Gasset too old to practice according to the Ligue 1 Charter

Jean-Louis Gasset should become the new coach of OM after his failure with Côte d'Ivoire.

After the dismissal of Gattuso after the new defeat of the Olympique de Marseille this weekend against France. Brest and the dark series which still does not stop, OM has decided to play against Brest. to trust &agrav; an experienced coach in the person of Jean-Louis Gasset.

Passé through Bordeaux, Saint-Etienne and especially the Ivory Coast from which he was introduced. the coach during the last CAN before being sacked at the end of the season. following the 4-0 defeat against Equatorial Guinea, the French technician will disembark at Equatorial Guinea. OM with his deputy Ghislain Printemps.

Problem, the French is “elegated” is 70 years old and is too old to play in Ligue 1. Article 655(a) 4 of the Professional Football Charter clearly stipulates that "the age limit for exercising the profession of football coach is set at &agrav; 65 years old. No coaching contract will be registered. in favor of a coach having exceeded this age." An exemption granted by the LFP is possible. Claudio Ranieri and Raymond Domenech had benefited from this. &agrav; Nantes, respectively in 2017 and 2020, just like Guy Roux, in 2007, à Lens. If the agreement is reached, Jean-Louis Gasset would become the second oldest coach in the world. of Ligue 1 behind László Bölöni (70 years old), the Romanian technician from FC Metz

Can he adapt to this? l'OM ? 

Qualified from "grandpa" by Sébastien Haller, striker from Côte d'Ivoire, Jean-Louis Gasset is recognized for his ability &agrav; manage a group and individuals. "He is quite caring, he is kind, he takes the time to chat, he is calm. He speaks calmly. He will be surrounded by of its staff who will manage things quietly but çit also involves a lot of dialogue and human relations" explained the Dortmund player on the Team Channel.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

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