Paul Le Guen

Paul Le Guen


Paul Le Guen

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Paul Le Guen (; born 1 March 1964 in Pencran, Finistère) is a French football manager and former player. He was recently confirmed as new manager of the Oman national football team.

Le Guen had a successful managerial career in France, most notably leading Olympique Lyonnais to three consecutive Ligue 1 titles. He has also managed Stade Rennais and had an unsuccessful brief spell at Rangers in Scotland. During his playing career he enjoyed successful stays with FC Nantes and Paris St. Germain and won 17 caps for the French national team.

Playing career

Club level

During his playing career, Le Guen played at Stade Brest for six years, Nantes Atlantique for two years, before leaving Brittany for Paris St. Germain where he played for seven years (with 478 appearances and a Cup Winners' Cup medal in 1996).

International level

At international level he played 17 times for France due to injuries and he was part of the team which lost out on a trip to the World Cup in 1994, along with Eric Cantona and David Ginola.He ended his playing career by taking part in a friendly where his home region of Brittany faced Cameroon on 21 May 1998. The match finished 1–1.

Managerial career


During his time at Rennes between 1998 and 2001, Le Guen was noted for signing then unknown players, such as Shabani Nonda and El Hadji Diouf, who under his guidance, developed into talented footballers.He resigned from Rennes in 2001 after a fall-out with the club's board. This led to him...
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