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Tosi leaves Youth, Wolf arrives at Mondorf

After the announcement of Bertrand Crasson’s departure from Dudelange, the coaching carousel got carried away in the BGL Ligue. Without knowing exactly what to expect for next season, the clubs are already actively preparing for 2020-2021.

Jean-François COLIN

After the announcement of Bertrand Crasson’s departure from Dudelange, the coaching carousel got carried away in the BGL Ligue. Without knowing exactly what to expect for next season, the clubs are already actively preparing for 2020-2021.

While Carlos Fangueiro still remains in the waiting room of the office left empty by Bertrand Crasson in Dudelange, the US Mondorf has chosen his new mahogany for next season. Serge Wolf (50), former coach of Swift Hesperange (2011-2018) and assistant to Cyril Serredszum at Progrès (2018-2019) arrives at the John Grün stadium. The Frenchman will have the heavy task of making people forget Arno Bonvini, who decided to take a step back from coaching a first team and joined the Académie des jeunes de Dudelange. David Régis (assistant coach) and Abdeljalil Kella (goalkeeper coach) will assist Wolf in his task at Mondorf.

In addition, in the opposite direction, the paths of Esch Youth and Christmas Tosi separate. The stay of the French globetrotter at the Frontier will have lasted barely four months, the time to lead the bianconeri team … four times, for a record of a success, a draw and two defeats. Successor to Nicolas Huysman, the sexagenarian had signed a contract until the end of the season, and it will therefore not be extended. The Youth, which completed the truncated championship in an anonymous eighth place, is therefore looking for a successor to the former coach of Mauritania and the Congo.

In the coaches department always, but this time at the FLF level, Sami Smaili announced Monday that it will not extend its experience at the head of the national women’s selection. In place for three years, the 54-year-old French technician admits that “the club rhythm is sorely lacking”. The former Racing coach (2016-2017) indeed regrets “the too low number of matches” to play, even if he was also in charge of the U16 team. As a reminder, Smaïli took over the reins of the women’s national team on June 7, 2017, succeeding the British Ray Pie.


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