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Al Nasr have signed French coach Rudy Garcia

Al Nasr have signed French coach Rudy Garcia


Riyadh (AFP) – As announced on Tuesday evening, Saudi have signed a successful deal with French coach Rudy Garcia, without disclosing the duration of the deal or the value of the deal.

Al-Nasr wrote on his Twitter account, “Mr. Musli al-Muammar, chairman of the Al-Nasr club’s board of directors, has signed a contract with France coach Rudy Garcia to coach the first football team. Congratulations on his success. # Around the world.”

According to Musli Al Muaymar, chairman of the board of directors, the club wrote in a republished tweet on its Twitter account, “The first steps in preparing for next season are the contract with the coach. Club) .. Garcia will be in Riyadh next week to complete preparations, inspect team status and pray to God for success.

The Saudi newspaper Al-Riyadh reports that the 58-year-old French coach will sign a two-year contract with an annual salary of 5. 5.8 million for support staff.

Robert Herb வென்றn, who won the King’s Cup at the loss of al-Etihad in 1986, and Jean-Fernandez, who oversaw the capital three times, and Garcia became the fifth French coach to oversee the victory after each time he won the championship. The league in 1994, then the Gulf Club Championship in 1996 and finally, the 1998 Asian Cup winning trophy.

Between those three periods, Henry Michel accepted the job in 1995, but he achieved no record, while the last French coach to do so was Patrice Carteron, who led the team to the final of the 2017 Crown Prince Cup, losing to Al. Etihad 0-1.

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Rille, Roma, Marseille and Lyon’s former coach will replace Argentine coach Miguel Angel Rosso, who said goodbye to the club after the local league, in which he finished third.

Al-Nasser signed with the 66-year-old Argentine coach to pursue Portuguese Pedro Manuel in December, and led the team to 20 matches, including 18 in the league and two in the Kings Cup, with 15 wins and two draws. And lost three matches.

Garcia’s second coaching mission outside France after Italian Roma was a success, and he coached him when he left the capital club between 2013 and October 2016 after both sides terminated the contract by mutual consent.

After leading him to the French League and Cup doubles in 2011, his success with Lilly was the highlight of his coaching career, while in Marseille he reached the final of the European League “Europa League” in 2018, as well as with Lyon. To the final of the French League Cup in 2020.

Garcia began his professional training career with Saint-Etienne (January 2001-August 2001) in 2001, then moved on to Dijon (2002-2007), Le Mans (2007-2008), Lille (2008-2013). Rome (2013-January 2016), Marseille (October 2016-May 2019) and Lyon (October 2019-May 2021).

Garcia was named the best coach in the French league in 2011 and was named the best French coach three times in 2011, 2013 and 2014.