Albert Cartier Professional Association Football Player

Albert Cartier, born November 22, 1960, in Vagney, Vosges, is a former football player and manager. He was fired from FC Brussels on January 2008 for bad results and did not reach a new agreement with RAEC Mons. On 12 January 2010 the French coach has left Panthrakikos, a replacement has not been picked yet. Cartier is the new coach of K.A.S. Eupen, a team from the Belgian league, since 24 September 2010.

Personal details

Date of birth
November 22nd, 1960
Place of birth
Vesoul
Nationality
France
Places lived
Vagney

Movie performances

1. The World Belongs To Us (2013)

Drama
played The Coach
Runtime Producers Directors Writers Top cast Awards Budget Movie on internet
88.0
Boris Van Gils
,
Michaël Goldberg
Stephan Streker
Stephan Streker
3 Show list

The World Belongs To Us is a 2013 drama film written and directed by Stephan Streker.

Awards

Top cast

Singer in the subway
Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
Antoine Roch
French
Netherlands, France, Belgium

Managerial history

FC Metz Football

2012 -

Football Club de Metz, commonly referred to as simply Metz (French pronunciation: [mɛs]), is a French association football club based in Metz. The club was formed in 1932 and has spent most of its history in the Ligue 1, though they currently play in theChampionnat National, the third level in the French football league system. Metz plays its home matches at the Stade Municipal Saint-Symphorien located within the city. The team is managed by Dominique Bijotat and captained by midfielder Ludovic Guerriero. FC Metz was founded in 1932 by the amalgamation of two amateur athletic clubs, and shortly thereafter became a professional team; it is one of the oldest professional football teams in France. Its roots trace back further, to the SpVgg Metz club, formed in 1905 when the city of Metz was part of the German Empire. SpVgg played in the tier-one Westkreis-Liga for a season in 1913–14, before the outbreak of the First World War stopped all play. Some players of this club were part of the Cercle Athlétique Messin in 1919, which went on to become FC Metz in 1932.

General club info

Club founded 1932
Leagues
Ligue 2
Championnat de France amateur 2
Championnat National
Ligue 1
Stadiums
Stade Saint-Symphorien
1932 -

Coaches

Coach From To
Dominique Bijotat 2010 2012

Official website

www.fcmetz.com

Wikipedia article

Wikipedia

Check Albert Cartier on wikipedia.

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