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José Anigo

José Anigo
Personal information
Full name José Anigo
Date of birth (1961-04-15) 15 April 1961
Place of birth Marseille, France
Playing position Defender
Club information
Current team
Espérance de Tunis
Youth career
1972–1973 Cité Saint-Louis
1973–1975 Provence Sports
1975–1979 Marseille
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1979–1987 Marseille 206 (4)
1987–1990 Nîmes 42 (0)
Total 248 (4)
Teams managed
1995–1996 Endoume
1996–1997 Consolat
2001–2005 Marseille
2013–2014 Marseille
2015– Espérance de Tunis

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

José Anigo (born 15 April 1961) is a French football manager and former defender, currently managing Espérance de Tunis in the Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1.


Angio was born in Marseille, and after a tough childhood went on to play for his home town club for eight years where he established a reputation for being a tough defender. After that he became the coach for Marseillaise's youth team and latter went on to become coach from 2001 to 2005 leading the team to a runners up medal in the 2004 UEFA Cup Final. During his tenure he also signed many stars that would aid Marseille in the future such as playmaker Mathieu Valbuena, goalkeeper Steve Mandanda and defender Nicolas N'Koulou.[1]

Personal Life

In September of 2013 Angio's son Adrien Anigo was gunned down. Adrien had previously spent time in prison for robbery. and became the fifteenth victim of gun violence in Marseille that year.[2]


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