L'Entente SSG

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L'Entente SSG
Full name L'Entente Sannois Saint-Gratien
Nickname(s) L'Entente
Founded 1 June 1989
Ground Parc des Sports Michel Hidalgo
Ground Capacity 8,000
Chairman Christian Fouché[1]
Manager Vincent Bardot
League Championnat National
2016–17 Championnat de France Amateur Group B, 1st (promoted)

L'Entente Sannois Saint-Gratien is a French association football team founded in 1989, who play in the Championnat National, the country's third tier of competition.

Recent history[edit]

Recent seasons have seen the team struggle, both on and off the pitch. Following many years in the French 3rd division during which time they were denied promotion to Ligue 2 by an administrative error at the league in the mid-2000s (for which they were awarded financial compensation), they were relegated at the end of the 2008–09 season and started season 2009–10 in the Championnat de France Amateur. In June 2011, L'Entente was relegated again (this time to the CFA 2), after the club entered bankruptcy protection.


  • 2009–2011: Vikash Dhorasoo[2]
  • 2011–2013: Patrick Gangloff
  • 2013–present: Christian Fouche


The team play their home games at the Parc des Sports Michel Hidalgo, located on the border between the Sannois and Saint-Gratien suburbs of Paris. Though the stadium has a capacity of just under 8000, the average attendances for Entente matches is considerably lower than this, and has been declining with the team's fortunes over the last few years.

Current squad[edit]

As of 8 May, 2017[3]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Democratic Republic of the Congo GK Junior Ntima
2 France DF Souleymane Karamoko
3 France DF Florian Dovergne
4 France DF Birahima Traore
5 France DF Kévin Kouang
6 Senegal MF El Hadji Dieye
7 France MF Vincent Scotté
8 Guinea MF Mohamad Sylla
9 France FW Bafodé Dramé
10 France MF Gabriel Marena
11 Democratic Republic of the Congo FW Patrick Etshini
13 France DF David N'Goy
No. Position Player
14 France MF Mickaël Firmin
15 France MF Rosère Manguélé
16 France GK Sébastien Raphose
17 France DF Anthony Menard
18 France MF Melvyn Doremus
19 France MF Kapokyeng Sylva
20 France DF Jérémy Labor
21 France MF Théo Gabé
23 France GK Mickaël Salamone
24 France DF Hamidou Ba
25 Burkina Faso FW Louckmane Ouédraogo


  • Didier Caignard (1997 – October 2005)
  • Laurent Croci (October 2005 – May 2006)
  • Kamel Djabour (June 2006)
  • Julio Moreno (Juni 2006 – January 2007)
  • Kamel Djabour (January 2007 June 2009)
  • Adrian Suka (June 2009–2011)
  • Vincent Bordot (2011)
  • Bruno Naidon (2012)
  • Philippe Araujo (2012)[4]
  • Vincent Bordot (2013–)


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