Ollé-Nicolle white after the internal investigation for “inappropriate behavior” towards a player

On the sidelines of the appointment of Gérard Prêcheur as coach of its women’s section, PSG announced that no breach had been made against its predecessor Didier Ollé-Nicolle. The 60-year-old has been the subject of an internal investigation after accusations of “inappropriate behaviour” proposed by a player.

Frenchman Gérard Prêcheur has been appointed PSG women’s coach to replace Didier Ollé-Nicolle, who has not been accused of “no breach” by PSG, who suspended him at the end of May for accusations of “inappropriate” behavior. announced the Parisian club on Monday. Prêcheur, 62, former coach of Olympique Lyonnais (2014-2017), with whom he won the Women’s Champions League twice, signed up until June 2023, “with an optional additional season “.

He replaces Ollé-Nicolle, in post for less than a year until he was sidelined at the end of May to investigate accusations of “inappropriate” behavior towards a player, which he disputed before investigators. . “At the end of the internal investigation carried out on May 24, no fault or breach was found against him,” said PSG in a press release over the weekend, noting Ollé’s departure. -Nicole “by mutual agreement”, one year from the end of her contract.

Preacher will have to bring back serenity

Prêcheur arrives at PSG with his son Jocelyn, who will occupy the role of assistant in place of Bernard Mendy. He had taken the team’s dreams at the end of the season after Ollé-Nicolle was sidelined. Précheur 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. Hamraoui is still under contract with PSG.

PSG lost their French championship title to Lyon, who also won the Parisian club in the Champions League last season. PSG, however, won the Coupe de France.

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