On July 5th, Beijing time, Paris officially announced that 55-year-old French coach Galti will be the new coach of the team. Galti, who was not well-known as a player, ventured abroad at the end of his career, joining Italian side Monza and ending his playing career in Liaoning, China.
According to reports, Galtier arrived at the Paris administration building in Boulogne-Billancourt yesterday and signed a two-year contract with the club, with an optional one-year extension in addition to the two-year contract. Additional terms.
It is worth mentioning that Galti still has a story with Chinese football. He played as a central defender in his playing days. At the end of his career, he joined the Liaozu Football Team, translated as “Carty”, wearing the No. 3 jersey, and played in the League A for half a year in 1999. After the termination of the contract with Liaozu, he ended his career that year. Due to the short and long period of time, many fans have little impression of him, and no photos can be found.
After retiring, he followed the national football coach Perrin as an assistant, and coached Al Ain, Portsmouth, Sochaux, Lyon, and Saint-Etienne with the Perrin team. In 2009, he started his coaching career at Saint-Etienne. Led the Green Army to win the French Cup and led Lille to the Ligue 1 championship.
Last season, Galti accepted Nice’s invitation and eventually led the team to finish fifth in Ligue 1 and runner-up in the French Cup.
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