OFFICIAL: Sebastien Desabre appointed as Chamois Niortais manager

OFFICIAL: Sebastien Desabre appointed as Chamois Niortais manager
OFFICIAL: Sebastien Desabre appointed as Chamois Niortais manager

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Former Pyramids manager Sebastien Desabre was announced as the new head coach of Ligue 2 side, Chamois Niortais, in France.

Desabre was sacked by Pyramids back in December after a poor run of results which saw Pyramids drop to seventh place in the Egyptian Premier League.

The 43-year-old had managed Pyramids in 19 games, winning 12, drawing four games, losing three, including the Egypt Cup final against Zamalek.

On an international level, Desabre was in charge of Uganda for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations last summer, where they crashed out in the round of 16 following a defeat to Senegal.

Chamois Niortais have been struggling in Ligue 2 this as they are 18th with 26 points after 28 games played this season.

It’s worth noting that all leagues were cancelled by authorities in France due to the coronavirus outbreak.

However, despite being in the relegation zone, Chamois Niortais will not be playing a relegation playoff match as Ligue 2 is set to have 22 teams instead of 20 starting from next season.

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