Gérard Prêcheur appointed head of women’s PSG, Ollé-Nicolle white

The women’s PSG has found its new coach. This Monday, Gérard Prêcheur was appointed in place of Didier Ollé-Nicolle. The 62-year-old technician, former coach of Olympique Lyonnais (2014-2017) with whom he won the Women’s Champions League twice, has signed up until June 2023, “with an optional additional season“, according to PSG.

Gérard Prêcheur arrives at PSG with his son Jocelyn, who will occupy the role of assistant in place of Bernard Mendy. This had taken the dreams of the team at the end of the season after the sidelining of Didier Ollé-Nicolle. Gérard Prêcheur will have the mission of instilling a little serenity in a women’s section tossed about in recent months by extra-sporting affairs, including the attack in November on midfielder Kheira Hamraoui, which caused tension in the locker room.

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In addition, Didier Ollé-Nicolle, targeted by accusations of “inappropriate” behavior towards a player, was cleared on Monday. “At the end of the internal investigation carried out on May 24, no fault or breach was found against him.“, said the PSG in a press release, noting the departure of Didier Ollé-Nicole “from a common agreement“, one year from the end of his contract.

(With AFP)

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