With the Amiens SC and DFCO, the last clubs of the elite hexagonal in search of a new coach on the horizon 2019-2020 have found a shoe to their foot. Luka Elsner, technician slovenian, in Picardy, and Stéphane Jobard, former assistant to the OM, on the side of the Burgundy region, are complementary to the array of technicians stamped Ligue 1.
At 20 June, all the teams of the elite now know what to expect. There is still some uncertainty, therefore, they have been thrown in the middle of the week, on the side of Amiens first, and then to Dijon to finish. In Picardy, so this is Luka Elsner was selected by management to take up the baton of Christophe Pélissier, while a duo Pascal Dupraz-Oswald Tanchot had for a time been announced. Slovene, unknown in France, has served in his native country, Cyprus and Belgium, before tackling the challenge of keeping them in League 1 with Mathieu Bodmer and its partners.
Dijon, has also found its new coach in charge to make it better than Olivier Dall’oglio and Antoine Kombouaré in the last few months, namely to avoid passing by a tour of the dam to save his own skin among the elite. This is Stéphane Jobard, who perfectly knows the house and is therefore in conquered territory, after the 2018-2019 fiscal year to the Olympic of Marseille, under the tutelage of Rudi Garcia. Everything is therefore in place in Ligue 1, within the twenty courses that will be vying against each other to try to survive, to hang a european qualification or title. And during the summer, they are no less than seven changes that are occurring on the benches of the highest national level.
In Marseille, Rudi Garcia has been pushed towards the exit, and it is the Portuguese André Villas-Boas, who has been inducted. AS Saint-Etienne has played in the continuity, replacing Jean-Louis Gasset by one who was his deputy, namely, Ghislain Printant, where Olympique Lyonnais have seen from Bruno Genesio to see the arrival of the Brazilian Sylvinho. Amiens was therefore focused on Luka Elsner and Dijon on Stéphane Jobard, while Stade Brestois is turned to a former DFCO precisely, Olivier Dall’oglio, to turn the page Jean-Marc Furlan. Finally, the FC Metz has installed Vincent Hognon to compensate for the lack long-term of a, Frédéric Antonetti faces serious personal problems, and now decked out the function of manager.