fired coach Laurent Fournier on Sunday after a run of 11 league
games without a win and appointed Jean-Guy Wallemme as his
successor, the Ligue 1 club said.
Former Paris Saint-Germain defender Fournier had been in charge
of the team since last June
"The Auxerre board gathered today and appointed Jean-Guy
Wallemme as the new coach", the club said in a short statement
on their website.
The club did not provide any contract details and it was not
clear if Wallemme would remain as national coach for Congo, who
have a World Cup qualifier in Burkina Faso scheduled for June 1.
Wallemme, a former Saint-Etienne and Lens coach, has been in
charge of Congo since August.
Auxerre lost 2-0 at home to Evian on Saturday to stay 19th
in the 20-team table on 24 points from 28 games.
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