Haiti – Football : Pierre Jean Jacques new coach of the Grenadiers (Official)
Friday May 14 at the FIFA goal center of Croix-des-Bouquets, Me Jacques Letang President of the Standardization Committee of the Haitian Football Federation (FHF) announced at a press conference “Jean-Jacques Pierre has been confirmed in his post of National Coach. He signed a two-year contract with the Haitian Football Federation.”
Jean-Jacques Pierre will therefore become for the next two years, the new coach of the Grenadiers, he succeeds Marc Collat and has for first objective to take the national team to the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (November 21 to December 18 2022).
Find out more about Jean-Jacques Pierre :
Jean-Jacques Pierre, born January 23, 1981 in Léogâne (Haiti), is a former Haitian international footballer who played as a central defender.
2004 and 2005 he played for CA Peñarol (Argentina), where he was elected best defender of the Uruguayan championship.
2005 Recruited by FC Nantes (France), he stayed there for 6 seasons.
2012 Released from his contract with FC Nantes, Jean Jacques Pierre signed up for a year with the Greek team of Panionos.
2013 Signature of a one-year contract with Club Stade Malherbe Caen
2015 Jean Jacques Pierre terminates his contract and joins the Angers SCO for 5 months
2015, free from any contract, he signed up to Paris FC
2017 Jean Jacques Pierre engages with the US Granville
In Haitian selection Jean-Jacques Pierre was called regularly in the national team of Haiti, with which he had several dozen selections and participated in the Gold Cup 2002, 2007 and 2013. He was a major pillar of the Grenadiers, much loved supporters, for his patriotism and his commitment to the national team.
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