Daniel Jeandupeux (born 7 February 1949) is a football manager and retired football defender.
Saint-Imier, Jeandupeux began playing football for FC La Chaux-de-Fonds. In 1972, he joined FC Zürich, where he would win two Swiss league titles (1974 and 1975) and one Swiss cup (1973). Jeandupeux signed with French side [2 ] FC Girondins de Bordeaux in 1975. He played for Bordeaux until his career ended when his leg was broken by a tackle on 1 October 1977. [2 ]
Jeandupeux made 35 appearances and scored two goals for the
Switzerland national football team from 1969 to 1977.
Jeandupeux last managed
Ligue 1 Le Mans UC72, replacing Yves Bertucci in February 2009. He was replaced in May by [3 ] Arnaud Cormier, but stayed at the club as president's advisor. Jeandupeux has also had spells managing other French sides — [4 ] SM Caen, Toulouse, and RC Strasbourg. As well as having managed Swiss sides [5 ] FC Sion and FC Zürich, and the [6 ] Swiss national team. [7 ]
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References [ edit ]
^ a b Chatelain, Emma and Hebeisen, Philippe (25 September 2007). "Jeandupeux, Daniel (1949 -)" (in French). Dictionnaire du Jura.
^ (French) "Daniel Jeandupeux, entraîneur du Muc 72, Yves Bertucci, adjoint, jusqu'en fin de saison". 2 February 2009 . Retrieved 3 February 2009.
^ Garin, Erik (12 July 2007). "France - Trainers of First and Second Division Clubs". RSSSF . Retrieved 3 February 2009.
^ Garin, Erik (20 June 2007). "Switzerland - Trainers of First and Second Division Clubs". RSSSF . Retrieved 3 February 2009.
^ Garin, Erik (9 October 2008). "Switzerland - International Matches since 1905". RSSSF . Retrieved 3 February 2009.
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Daniel Jeandupeux managerial positions