You can bet your life that Newcastle are going to be linked with an awful lot of coaches on the continent in the next few days, and the latest one is former Lyon coach Remi Garde, who is reported to be a possible target for the vacant head coach position at Newcastle United.
Remi Garde – Newcastle reported to be interested
We suppose some justification to bring in a French coach is that we still have a number of French players – although we have sold quite a few in the last year or so.
The French radio station RMC, is reporting that Remi Garde is being actively considered as the next Newcastle head coach.
Garde is out of a job so Newcastle would not have to pay any compensation, and he is immediately available – and after our last two results and displays over the last couple of days – the sooner we can get a good coach io to sort things out with the team – the better it will be for everybody concerned.
Garde is currently working as a pundit for TV channel Canal +.
Remi Garde – while at Arsenal
The 48-year-old was the Lyon head coach from June 2011 when he replaced Claude Puel, though last summer, and he was an Arsenal player for three years from 1996 under French manager Arsene Wenger – so he knows a bit about the Premier league.
Remi’s coaching record at Lyon was 117 games played, 60 games won, 26 drawn and 31 lost – for a win percentage of 51.3 and a loss percentage of 26.5.
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