|Date of birth||May 25, 1959|
|Place of birth||Philippeville, French Algeria|
|Current club||Arles-Avignon (manager)|
|1992–1993||Bourges (Assistant coach)|
|1995–1996||Nîmes (Youth academy)|
|1999–2001||US Lusitanos Saint-Maur|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
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.
- Carpentras (France) 1966-1976
- Avignon Football 84 (France) 1976-1980)
- GFCO Ajaccio (France) 1980-1981
- Saint-Benoît (Réunion) 1981-1983
- Orange (France) 1983-198?
- Deauville (France) 1986-1988
- FC Grenoble 38 (France) 1988-1992
- Bourges (France) 1992-1993 (Adjoint)
- Lucé (France) 1993-1994
- Avignon Football 84 (France) 1994-1995
- Nîmes Olympique (France) 1995-1996
- Stade Quimperois (France) 1996-1997
- FC Montauban (France) 1997-1998
- Lusitanos Saint-Maur (France) 1999-2001
- FC Gueugnon (France) 2001-2002
- US Créteil-Lusitanos (France) 2002-2003
- Mauritania national football team 2003-2004
- Angers SCO (France) 02/2004-06/2004
- RCF Paris (France) 07/2004-08/2004
- Angers SCO (France) 08/2004-2005
- Congo national football team 08/2006-2007
- AS Cherbourg 2007-2009
- Nîmes Olympique 2010-2011
- JS Saint-Pierroise 01/2012-06/2012
- AC Arles-Avignon 2013-
- The ejector seat in Africa - FIFA.com, 16 September 2003
- Africa in my blood FIFA.com, 6 September 2006
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