vendredi 17 janvier 2014

Frenchman Marc Collat named Head Coach of Haiti National Team

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (sentinel.ht) - After the difficulties of Cuban Coach Israel Cantero to take a stout Haitian National Team to the Gold Cup Championship, the Haitian Football Federation welcomed Monday the Frenchman, Marc Collat, as the new coach of the national team.
The move seems to be a harmonizing of Haiti soccer as Marc Collat and his staff are already part of the D1, D2, and D3 leagues with his team training and working with local clubs reported the Haiti Press Network.
A sum of $20,500 [US] (€15,000) was made available to Marc Collat and his staff to develop the national team. According to FHF President Dr. Yves Jean Bart, the marathon funds of 2013 during the Gold Cup trials were achieved to meet this amount.
Marc Collat
Marc Collat is a former French footballer, born 24 May 1950 in Fort -de- France in Martinique . He played as a defender in the early 1970s to the early 1980s , he spent most of his career at USM Malakoff.
As a coach, he led the U.S. Créteil the Briochin Stadium, Stade de Reims twice Clermont Foot and selection of Mauritius. He took after his retirement for the second time , traces the Stade de Reims in Ligue 2.
Note that the new coach will be presented to the press on Thursday at the ranch of Croix des Bouquets of local FHF.
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