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Erick Mombaerts

Erick Mombaerts
France U-21
2012–Le Havre AC
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Erick Mombaerts (born 21 April 1955 in Chantecoq) is a French football coach and retired player. He has been involved with the youth sections of the French national side.


Playing career

As a player, Mombaerts played for Montargis, Nemours, INF Vichy, RC Lens, US Noeux-lès-Mines and ÉDS Montluçon.

Coaching career

Mombaerts began his coaching career with the reserve side of Paris Saint-Germain, coaching the senior side briefly in 1988, before leaving in 1989 to manage Guingamp, AS Cannes and Toulouse FC.[1] He left Toulouse in 2006 to manage the French under-18 youth side. He became head coach of the French under-21 side in August 2008.[2] On 18 October 2012, Mombaerts was sacked as France coach after his team lost in the play-offs for next summer's UEFA European Under-21 Championship.[3]

Mombaerts became manager at Le Havre 22 December 2012.


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