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Laurent Blanc

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Born
1965 (55 years old)

Birth Place
Alès, France

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1.92 m (6 ft 4 in)

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Laurent Robert Blanc (born 19 November 1965) is a French professional football manager and former player. He was most recently the manager of Paris Saint-Germain. He has the nickname Le Président, which was given to him following his stint at Marseille in tribute to his leadership skills.

Blanc played professional football for numerous clubs, including Montpellier, Napoli, Barcelona, Marseille, Inter Milan and Manchester United, often operating in the sweeper position. He is also a former French international, earning 97 caps and scoring 16 international goals. He represented the country in several international tournaments, including the 1998 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2000, both of which France won. On 28 June 1998, Blanc scored the first golden goal in World Cup history against Paraguay.

He began his managerial career at Bordeaux in 2007, winning domestic honours including the 2008–09 Ligue 1 title. After leaving Bordeaux in 2010 he became the manager of the French national team until 2012, replacing Raymond Domenech in the wake of the 2010 FIFA World Cup and leading the country to the quarter-finals of UEFA Euro 2012. In 2013, he was hired by Paris Saint-Germain, winning further honours. After three successful years with Paris Saint-Germain he left the club in June 2016.


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Paris SG



2015-2016

Paris SG



2015-2016

Paris SG



2015

Paris SG



2014-2015

Paris SG



2014-2015

Paris SG



2014-2015

Paris SG



2014

Paris SG



2013-2014

Paris SG



2013

Paris SG



2013

Paris SG



2009

Bordeaux



2008-2009

Bordeaux



2008-2009

Bordeaux



2008

Bordeaux



2002-2003

Man United



2000

Inter



1998

Marseille



1996-1997

Barcelona



1996

Auxerre



1995-1996

St Etienne



1995-1996

St Etienne



1989-1990

Montpellier


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1981-1983


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1983-1991

1989-2000

1991-1992

1992-1993

1993-1995

1995-1996

1996-1997

1997-1999

1999-2001

2001-2003


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2007-2010
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2010-2012
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2013-2016
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