Anelka in 2010 as manager of AC St Louis
|Date of birth||12 March 1968|
|Little Haiti FC (Director of Coaching)|
|2009–2010||AC St. Louis|
Claude Anelka (born 12 March 1968) is a French football manager, who is currently the Director of Coaching at Little Haiti FC.
In 2004, he was appointed manager of Scottish side Raith Rovers. However, he resigned as manager in September 2004 after managing just one draw and seven defeats from eight games. After resigning as manager, he became Director of Football, but resigned from that position in October 2004.
After a spell as Head Coach of Floridians FC he was appointed Director of Coaching at Little Haiti FC, of the Florida Youth Soccer Association (FYSA) in February 2015.
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