Reims: the track that leads to Stéphane Dumont (Guingamp) is neither confirmed nor denied by Jean-Pierre Caillot

Jean-Pierre Caillot, president of the Reims Stadium, repeats on Tuesday a The union that the club can wait until the World Cup to choose a replacement on the bench for Oscar García, fired on October 13, without excluding that Will Still, his former assistant and current interim coach, will continue his mission beyond this date

“The agreement is clear: not having the necessary diploma, (Still) can lead the team until the match in Montpellier. [le 13 novembre, dans le cadre de la 15e journée, la dernière avant la Coupe du monde]. Then we have to make a decision. Either we recruit a qualified coach and he resumes his assistant position, or we decide to pay the fine [25 000 euros par journée] as we did at that time for Olivier Guégan [avril 2015-avril 2016]. »

Beyond a month on the bench, L1 clubs will have to pay a fine if their coach does not have the required qualification (BEPF). He is still in charge since the Lorient match on October 15 (0-0).

” [Stéphane Dumont] now he is in charge at a club that must be respected”

Jean-Pierre Caillot, president of the Reims Stadium.

Asked for the hint, revealed by The teamwhich brings Stéphane Dumont, David Guion’s former assistant, who left in May 2021 for Guingamp (Ligue 2) where he signed a two-year contract with an optional year in the event of promotion to Ligue 1, Jean-Pierre Caillot neither confirms nor denies. “Regarding Stéphane, he left us on good terms. He now holds a position at a club that must be respected.answer

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