Frédéric Antonetti

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Frédéric Antonetti
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Personal information
Full name Frédéric Antonetti
Date of birth (1961-08-19) 19 August 1961 (age 55)
Place of birth Venzolasca, Corsica
Height 1.64
Youth career
1972–1973 Vescovato
1973–1979 SC Bastia
1979–1982 Vichy
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1982–1983 SC Bastia 2 (0)
1983–1985 Béziers
1985–1987 Le Puy
1987–1990 SC Bastia 53 (6)
Teams managed
1990–1994 SC Bastia (youth)
1994–1998 SC Bastia
1998–1999 Gamba Osaka
1999–2001 SC Bastia
2001–2004 Saint-Étienne
2005–2009 Nice
2009–2013 Rennes
2015–2016 Lille
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Frédéric Antonetti (born 19 August 1961 in Venzolasca, Haute-Corse[1]) is a French football manager and former footballer. His last football manager job was head coach of Lille.

Managerial career[edit]

Lille[edit]

On 22 November 2015, Antonetti was appointed as head coach of Lille in place of Hervé Renard, signing a three-year contract. His first competitive match was a Ligue 1 away match against Angers on 28 November 2015, which ended in a 2-0 win for Angers.[2] When Antonetti took over as head coach, Lille was in 17th position in the Ligue 1 table. After struggling during the first three months of Antonetti's tenure, Lille finished the season superbly, finishing fifth in the 2015–16 Ligue 1 and runners-up to Paris Saint-Germain in the 2015–16 Coupe de la Ligue. At the end of August 2016, he signed an extension to his contract that would tie him to the club until 30 June 2020. On 22 November 2016, the club announced that they had parted company with Antonetti and that he had agreed to leave "in a friendly manner".[3] Antonetti would receive a severance payout of about 840,000 euros, which was equivalent to seven months of his gross monthly salary of 120,000 euros.[4] At the time of Antonetti's departure, Lille was languishing in 19th position (second from bottom) in the 2016–17 Ligue 1 table. They were also eliminated at the first hurdle of the 2016–17 UEFA Europa League, in the third qualifying round against Gabala FK.[5]

Managerial statistics[edit]

As of 23 November 2016[citation needed]
Team Nat From To Record
G W D L Win % GF GA +/-
SC Bastia France 1994 1998 165 64 45 56 38.79
Gamba Osaka[6] Japan 1998 1999 37 14 10 13 37.84
SC Bastia France 1999 2001 67 23 18 26 34.33 87 80 +7
AS Saint-Étienne France 2001 2004 108 46 29 33 42.59 108 95 +13
OGC Nice France 2005 2009 166 60 53 53 36.14 169 159 +10
Stade Rennais France 2009 2013 183 76 41 66 41.53 256 223 +33
Lille OSC France 2015 2016 45 20 9 16 44.44 57 49 +8
Total

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