Ligue 1: Stéphane Moulin, Angers coach announced his departure at the end of the season

Stephane Moulin
A page will turn in Angers! SCO coach since 2011, Stéphane Moulin, announced on Friday March 26 that he would leave the club at the end of the season.

Emblematic coach of the Anjou club for 10 years, Stéphane Moulin has announced his decision to leave his post shortly: “I decided to quit at the end of the season. I have felt this season to be difficult and trying. “ Currently tenth in the Championship, Angers has had a mixed season.

While he himself had been a SCO player from 1984 to 1990, Stéphane Moulin then took the reins of the reserve team from 2005 to 2011 as a coach before taking up the position of team coach. first in 2011. In place for 10 years, he was the coach in place for the longest among the five big European championships.

Since his arrival in the SCO, Stéphane Moulin has continued to improve the club. Even allowing him in 2015 to find the elite and to stay there each season. During the 2017 season, the Anjou club even played in a Coupe de France final against Paris Saint-Germain, where Stéphane Moulin’s men lost 1-0. The Angevin coach led his team in 398 games with 149 wins, 106 draws and 143 losses. With an almost acquired maintenance, Moulin will be able to take advantage of the last eight days of the championship to improve his current classification (10th) before withdrawing his bow.

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