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Noël Tosi

Noël Tosi
Personal information
Date of birth (1959-05-25) May 25, 1959
Place of birth Philippeville, French Algeria
Playing position Goalkeeper
Club information
Current team
Arles-Avignon (manager)
Youth career
1966–1976 Carpentras
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1976–1980 Avignon
1980–1981 GFCO Ajaccio
1981–1983 Saint-Benoît
1983–19?? Orange
Teams managed
1986–1988 AS Trouville-Deauville
1991 Grenoble
1992–1993 Bourges (Assistant coach)
1993–1994 Lucé
1994–1995 Avignon
1995–1996 Nîmes (Youth academy)
1996–1997 Quimper
1997–1998 Montauban
1998–1999 Dijon
1999–2001 US Lusitanos Saint-Maur
2001–2002 FC Gueugnon
2002–2003 Créteil-Lusitanos
2003–2004 Mauritania
2004 Angers
2004 RCF Paris
2004–2005 Angers
2006–2007 Congo
2007–2009 Cherbourg
2010–2011 Nîmes Olympique
2012 JS Saint-Pierroise
2013– Arles-Avignon

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

† Appearances (goals)

Noël Tosi (born 25 May 1959 in Philippeville) is a French football coach and former player. He has been the manager of AC Arles-Avignon since 11 February 2013.

As a player he played for minor clubs in France. His first job as a coach was Deauville in 1986.

Tosi previously coached the Congo national football team. He was sworn in as coach in September 2006 after coaching the Mauritania national football team, and French Ligue 2 teams FC Gueugnon and US Créteil-Lusitanos previously. Tosi was charged with improving Congo, and perhaps getting them to the African Cup of Nations.


  • Playing career 1
  • Teams coached 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Playing career

Teams coached


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External links

  • The ejector seat in Africa -, 16 September 2003
  • Africa in my blood, 6 September 2006
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