List of RC Strasbourg managers

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This is a list of RC Strasbourg's managers from 1928, with their records from 1934, the first year the club played in Ligue 1.[1]

Definition[edit]

This list contains only the "entraîneurs", i.e. the staff member responsible for first team coaching on a day-to-day basis (including training, tactical choices, team selection for every match and in-game substitutions). In French football, this post is frequently separated from the more general team policy (finances, transfers, scouting, youth development), attributed to a "directeur sportif" or general manager . For example, between 1998 and 1999 Pierre Mankowski was the "entraîneur" responsible for the first team while Claude Le Roy was acting as "manager général" with extensive power on the squad's roster and transfer policy. When Mankowski was sacked, Le Roy replaced him and cumulated both functions as a British manager would do.

Records[edit]

Racing has had 46 managers in the professional era, with the holder of the office changing 56 times. This is a record in French football only surpassed by Olympique de Marseille. Gilbert Gress holds the record for the longest serving manager at the club, both for a single spell (39 months btw. 1977-80, 152 matches) and overall (75 months in two spells, 273 matches). Paul Frantz holds the record for the most spells at Racing with four (73 months overall, 227 matches). Jacky Duguépéroux is the only manager to win two trophies with Strasbourg.

Complete list[edit]

Name Nationality From To P W D L GF GA Win% Honours
Oscar Bongard France June 1928 June 1930 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Adolphe Riebe Austria June 1930 June 1932 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Louis Neureuther Germany June 1932 June 1933 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Robert Fischer France June 1933 January 1934 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Fritz Kerr Austria January 1934 June 1935 33 22 5 6 76 38 66.67
Josef Blum Austria June 1935 June 1938 101 43 23 29 222 137 42.57
Charly Rumbold Austria June 1938 August 1939 30 10 8 12 39 43 33.33
Karl Bostelaar Germany June 1941 June 1944 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Émile Veinante France June 1945 June 1947 80 40 14 26 158 120 50
Kaj Andrup Denmark June 1947 June 1948 35 13 11 11 83 60 37.14
Émile Veinante (2) France June 1948 June 1949 35 10 6 19 41 71 28.57
Charles Nicolas France June 1949 April 1952 109 37 24 48 169 216 33.94 1 Coupe de France
Secundo Pascual Spain April 1952 June 1953 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Josip Humpal Czechoslovakia June 1952 June 1955 76 36 13 27 157 126 47.37
Oscar Heisserer France June 1955 March 1956 36 13 16 17 58 68 63.11
Albert Freyermuth* France March 1956 June 1956 10 3 3 4 15 24 30
Jean Avellaneda France June 1956 June 1957 38 10 9 19 49 77 26.31
Ferdinand Faczinek Czechoslovakia June 1956 June 1957 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Josip Humpal (2) Czechoslovakia June 1958 June 1960 79 24 18 37 125 175 30.38
Émile Veinante (3) France June 1960 December 1961 66 28 13 25 104 87 42.42
Robert Jonquet France December 1961 June 1964 97 32 32 33 134 134 32.99
Paul Frantz France July 1964 June 1966 94 37 31 26 147 113 39.36 1 Coupe de France
Walter Presch Austria June 1966 April 1967 36 18 5 13 54 44 50
René Hauss France April 1967 February 1968 36 12 9 15 31 38 33.33
Paul Frantz (2) France March 1968 October 1970 105 37 25 43 143 140 35.24
Paco Mateo Spain October 1970 February 1971 13 4 3 6 17 20 30.77
Jelse Csaknady Hungary February 1971 April 1971 10 2 1 7 10 15 20
Paul Frantz (3) France April 1971 June 1971 7 4 0 3 14 13 57.14
Casimir Nowotarski France June 1971 November 1973 58 14 16 28 67 103 24.14
Robert Domergue France November 1973 June 1974 27 13 7 7 50 38 48.15
Hennie Hollink Netherlands June 1974 November 1975 61 24 15 22 81 86 39.34
Paul Frantz (4) France November 1975 June 1976 21 6 5 10 25 36 28.57
Heinz Schilcher Austria June 1976 November 1976 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Alexander Schwartz Romania November 1976 June 1977 29 19 5 5 66 23 65.51 1 Ligue 2 Championship
Gilbert Gress France June 1977 September 1980 152 79 37 36 254 159 51.97 1 Ligue 1 Championship
Raymond Hild France September 1980 November 1981 55 21 17 17 76 59 38.18
Jürgen Sundermann West Germany June 1983 March 1985 68 19 25 24 74 82 27.94
Jean-Noël Huck France March 1985 December 1985 38 8 13 17 34 59 21.05
Francis Piasecki France December 1985 September 1986 27 10 6 11 35 33 37.04
Robert Herbin France September 1986 June 1987 35 17 8 10 47 33 48.57
Henryk Kasperczak Poland June 1987 September 1988 50 23 13 14 79 47 46 1 Ligue 2 Championship
Jean-Pierre Dogliani* France September 1988 October 1988 2 0 0 2 1 3 0
Gérard Banide France October 1988 August 1989 36 10 12 14 47 52 27.78
Léonard Specht France September 1989 June 1991 74 37 18 19 147 89 51.35
Gilbert Gress (2) France June 1991 June 1994 121 45 31 31 192 143 37.19
Daniel Jeandupeux Switzerland June 1994 March 1995 35 13 11 11 43 41 37.14
Jacky Duguépéroux France March 1995 January 1998 146 61 34 51 195 161 41.78 1 Coupe de la Ligue
René Girard France January 1998 June 1998 11 4 4 3 15 10 36.36
Pierre Mankowski France June 1998 November 1999 53 12 21 20 47 64 22.64
Claude Le Roy France November 1999 November 2000 42 15 9 18 46 68 35.71
Yvon Pouliquen France November 2000 June 2001 24 8 7 9 28 29 33.33 1 Coupe de France
Ivan Hašek Czech Republic June 2001 June 2003 89 34 26 29 102 97 38.20
Antoine Kombouaré France June 2003 October 2004 49 10 18 21 51 68 20.40
Jacky Duguépéroux (2) France October 2004 June 2006 87 27 28 31 101 99 31.03 1 Coupe de la Ligue
Jean-Pierre Papin France June 2006 June 2007 44 23 13 8 64 42 52.27
Jean-Marc Furlan France June 2007 June 2009 54 16 14 24 55 72 29.63
Gilbert Gress (3) France June 2009 August 2009
Pascal Janin France August 2009 2010
François Keller France 2011 2014 1 CFA Championship
Jacky Duguépéroux (3) France 2014 2016
Thierry Laurey France 2016
Key
* Served as caretaker manager.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Compiled from Racingstub