Club Olympique Creusot Bourgogne

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Le Creusot
Full name Club olympique Creusot Bourgogne
Founded 1901
Location 43 Rue Maréchal Joffre
71200 Le Creusot
Ground(s) Parc des sports
President = Jean Claude Bourdiau
Michel Popille
Coach(es) France Wilfried Gauthier
Sylvain Guyon
League(s) Fédérale 2
Team kit
Official website
www.cocb-rugby.com

The Club Olympique Creusot Bourgogne, formerly known as Club Olympique Creusotin, is a French rugby union club currently playing in the 2012-13 championship of Fédérale 2 in the pool 1.

It is based in Le Creusot in the Saône-et-Loire department

Honours[edit]

  • Second division
  • Premier division Group B
    • Finalist : 1984 (losing against CS Bourgoin-Jallieu)
  • 2 participations in Challenge Yves-du-Manoir
  • Bourgogne Championship :
    • Winner : 1926, 1930, 1939, 1941, 1944, 1945, 1946

Other competitions[edit]

Notable players[edit]

  • Christian Chalmandrier, scrum half
  • Gilles Delaigue, center, international for France in 1973
  • Daniel Kaczorowski,third line,international for framce in 1974
  • Alexandre Lapandry, growth in Le Creusot, Junior au COC, flanker in Clermont-Ferrand.
  • Bernard Nectoux, center in 60's
  • Gregory Kacala, third line player, intyernational for Poland played in Grenoble, Brive and Cardiff.
  • Džoni Mandić, third ligne centre.
  • Georges Siné, wing in the 50's
  • Eddy Langi.
  • Zane Bosch South African plaayer.
  • Andrew Thompson, Munster & Irish Player
  • Hervé Laporte, growth in Le Creusot then played in Perpignan.
  • Bernard Labouré, growth in Le Creusot then played in RC Toulon.
  • André Buonomo, French Champion with Béziers in 1972
  • Jean Paul Pelloux, : Finalist of French Championship 1983 with Nice against Béziers
  • Gérard Verdoulet, 1/2 Finalist of French Championship with Romans against Agen in 1977.
  • Sébastien kuzbik, wing of Montpellier
  • Didier Rétière, now assietnte coach of French National team

Coahes[edit]

  • André Buonomo 1973-1977
  • Bernard Labouré 1983-1984
  • Gérard Verdoulet 1984-1987
  • Jean-Paul Peloux and Philippe Marguin 1991-1993
  • Jean François Izidorczyk and Roch Gilot 2006-2007
  • Régis Fribourg and Thierry Casasréales 2007-2010
  • Wilfrid Gauthier and Sylvain Guyon 2010-2013

Presidents[edit]

  • Raymond Bené(1960/1966)
  • Jean Bourgeois (1966/1967)
  • Marcel Lagoutte (1967/1972)
  • Andre Roquain (1972/1974)
  • Robert Chazette (1974/1977)
  • Roger Rousseau (1977/1979)
  • Maurice Delorme (1979/1986)
  • Jean Claude Clair (1986/1989)
  • Robert Boisseau (1989/1995)
  • Guy Arnoud and Claude Vernochet (1995)
  • Jean Jacques Soulier (2003/2006)
  • Jean Pierre Moreau and Alexandre Agnani (2007)
  • Jean Pierre Moreau (2009)
  • Jean Claude Bourdiau and Michel Popille (2010–present)

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