Franck Dumas

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Franck Dumas
Dumas (2004)
birthday January 9, 1968
place of birth BayeuxFrance
size 182 cm
position Midfield , defense
Years station Games (goals) 1
1987-1992 SM Caen 180 (10)
1992-1999 AS Monaco 222 0(2)
1999-2000 Newcastle United 6 0(0)
2000 Olympique Marseille 12 0(0)
2000-2001 RC Lens 25 0(0)
2001-2004 SM Caen 67 0(0)
Stations as a trainer
Years station
2005–2012 SM Caen
2013-2014 AC Arles-Avignon
2014 Maghreb Fez (assistant coach)
2017-2018 Equatorial Guinea
2018– JS Kabylie
1 Only league games are given.

Franck Dumas (born January 9, 1968 in Bayeux ) is a former French football player and current coach .

Player career

Dumas began his career at Stade Malherbe Caen , where he was initially used as a defensive midfielder from the 1987/88 season . In the following season he would have experienced his first relegation, had Caen not been able to save himself with three wins in the last three games. In the 1991/92 season , the team reached fifth place and even the UEFA Cup . Despite good performance, Dumas never succeeded, unlike his teammate Fabrice Divert , the jump into the Equipe Tricolore . At the end of the successful 1991/92 season Dumas left Caen and moved to AS Monaco . There he was retrained from the midfielder to the post of defender. In 1997 he and his team celebrated winning the championship . In 1999 he left the club after seven years. After half a year in Newcastle, England, and at Olympique Marseille , Dumas went to RC Lens in 2000 . He only stayed for a year and returned to SM Caen. In 2004, he managed to return to the first division in his last season and then ended his career. In total, he has 407 appearances and ten goals in the French first division and six in the English Premier League .

Coaching career

After the end of his active career, Dumas initially worked as a sports director for Caen until he became head coach on May 7, 2005. 2007 succeeded the rise with the club, which had again slipped into the second division. In 2012 he was dismissed as a result of relegation from the first division. In February 2013 Dumas was introduced as the new coach at the relegation-threatened second division club AC Arles-Avignon . With this he was able to hold the class twice before he switched to the post of sports director within the club at the beginning of the 2014/15 season. Only weeks later he left the club entirely to be hired as an assistant coach at the Moroccan first division club Maghreb Fez . In December 2014, his first coaching activity abroad ended after just four months. From October 2017 to June 2018 he was in charge of the Equatorial Guinean national soccer team and then moved on to the Algerian first division club JS Kabylie .

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