Jacques Crevoisier, former assistant to Houllier at Liverpool, has died - The Point

The world of football lost one of its pillars. Jacques Crevoisier, who was an assistant coach Gérard Houllier at Liverpool and consultant for Canal+, has died a

Jacques Crevoisier, former assistant to Houllier at Liverpool, has died - The Point

The world of football lost one of its pillars. Jacques Crevoisier, who was an assistant coach Gérard Houllier at Liverpool and consultant for Canal+, has died at the age of 72 years, indicated Sunday 17 may his former club Sochaux in a press release. "He had a heart attack Saturday night," said the Agency France-Presse Christophe Bidal, the vice-president of the AS Baume-les-Dames where the Franc-Comtois has been a player, coach, and athletic director.

If he won, as a breeder, the European Championship of under 18 years of age in 2000, with Djibril Cisse and Philippe Mexès under his orders, that is, with the cap assistant to Gérard Houllier, Jacques Crevoisier has made a career in the professional world. Together, they earn in 1996 the Euro U18 with the generation of Nicolas Anelka, Thierry Henry and David Trezeguet, playing the final in Besançon, in its home regional.

Liverpool, a prosperous period

In Liverpool, between 2000 and 2005, they will experience a new boom, which peaked in 2001 with five titles : the UEFA Cup, the Supercup of Europe, the fa Cup, the English League Cup and the Community Shield. From 2007, Jacques Crevoisier has been sports coordinator and consultant at Sochaux (until 2011), while leading a business consultant to the football English at the microphone of Canal+.

"A minute of silence will be observed at the next home game," says Sochaux (L2) in its press release. Christophe Bidal, who has played with Crevoisier coach, remembers a man with "many qualities" that "led to the" third half-time " with the accordion that he kept in the trunk of his car.

Updated Date: 22 May 2020, 00:34

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