This is a recruitment that should make people talk. Fabrice Abriel, 41 years old and former professional player who worked for PSG or Olympique de Marseille, becomes assistant coach in Women’s Division 1, at Fleury-Mérogis. Whoever has nearly 250 matches in Ligue 1 will thus occupy a vacant position in the 7th in the championship. It was David Fanzel, the current coach who submitted the idea to Pascal Bovis, president of the Essonnien club.
“He has the diplomas, speaks English knowing that we have foreign players in the workforce,” said the latter. He will undoubtedly bring us a plus through his knowledge of football, it is an asset for us and the missing link. “
After finishing his career in 2015, in Valenciennes (L 2), Fabrice Abriel, a native of Suresnes (Hauts-de-Seine), embarked on his coaching career by passing the BEF (Brevet d’etrain de football ) then the DEPF (professional football coach diploma). The French champion with OM in 2010 had worked in men’s teams, as co-coach at Gobelins Paris (DH, 2016-2017) then as assistant at Poissy (National 2, 2017-2018) before joining the center Amiens SC training course in 2018.
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