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Bernard Casoni

Bernard Casoni
Personal information
Full name Bernard Andrieu Casoni
Date of birth (1961-09-04) 4 September 1961
Place of birth Cannes, France
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Right midfielder/Right back
Club information
Current team
Videoton FC
Youth career
1970–1980 Cannes
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1978–1984 Cannes 126 (8)
1984–1988 Sporting Toulon Var 130 (1)
1988–1989 Matra Racing 27 (1)
1989–1990 Sporting Toulon Var 36 (0)
1990–1996 Marseille 169 (3)
Total 488 (13)
National team
1988–1992 France 30 (0)
Teams managed
1999–2000 Marseille
2001 Cannes
2002 Etoile du Sahel
2003 Stade Tunisien
2004–2005 Armenia
2005–2009 Bastia
2010–2012 Évian
2012 Club Africain
2012–2014 Auxerre
2014–2015 Valenciennes
2015 Videoton FC

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

† Appearances (goals)

Bernard Casoni (born 4 September 1961 in Cannes, France) is a football manager. In his playing career he played for Olympique Marseille and France at Euro 1992.

Contents

  • Career 1
    • Managerial career 1.1
      • Évian 1.1.1
      • Auxerre 1.1.2
      • Videoton 1.1.3
  • Honours 2
    • Player 2.1
    • Manager 2.2
  • Managerial statistics 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Career

Managerial career

Évian

In January 2010, Casoni was named manager of Évian Thonon Gaillard FC whom he guided two successive promotions.[1] In his first year, Championnat National side Évian reached the top of the league and then promoted to the Ligue 2 in the next season. In the 2010-11 Ligue 2, Évian won the Champion titles for the second straight year and secured promotion to the Ligue 1 for the first time since established in 2003. He voluntarily resigned from his position on 2 January 2012 in the winter break of the season.

Auxerre

On 17 March 2014 Casoni was sacked as coach of Auxerre with the club just one point above the second tier's relegation zone. [2]

Videoton

On 10 June 2015, Casoni was appointed as the coach of the Hungarian League club Videoton FC of Székesfehérvár.[3] On 19 August 2015, Casoni was sacked from Videoton after 4 defeats in 5 Nemzeti Bajnokság I matches in the 2015–16 season and after 1 victory and 2 draws and 1 defeat in the 2015–16 UEFA Champions League. Casoni's early farewell was hugely affected by the resignation of the club director of Videoton, Győző Burcsa.[4]

In an interview with the Hungarian sport magazine, Nemzeti Sport, Casoni said that he was deceived by Videoton since the club let their key players (Nikolić, Calatayud, and Sándor) to be signed by other clubs and no new quality players were signed instead of them. In the interview, he also said that players like Gyurcsó and Kovács are of mediocre quality.[5]

Honours

Player

Manager

Videoton

Managerial statistics

As of 17 August 2015
Team Nat From To Record
P W D L GF GA GD Win %
Valenciennes FC 03/12/2012 24/02/2015 27 8 3 16 0 0 +0 29.6
Videoton 1 10/06/2015 19/08/2015 10 2 2 6 7 15 −8 20.0
Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 !
Notes

References

  1. ^ http://www.lequipe.fr/Football/breves2010/20100120_144513_casoni-apres-paille.html
  2. ^ http://www.worldfootball.net/news/_n1037962_/football-struggling-auxerre-sack-coach-casoni/
  3. ^ "Bernard Casoni à Videoton, c'est officiel".  
  4. ^ "Videoton: rövid és sikertelen időszak után Casoni is távozott – hivatalos".  
  5. ^ "Casoni: Ki az a Pető Tamás?!; Gyurcsó és Kovács középszerű".  

External links

  • Player biography (Sport24.com). (French)
  • Bernard Casoni: Player stats. (Om-passion.com) (French)
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