Frances famous Henry Michel died and France took the second place in the world cup.

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 Frances famous Henry Michel died and France took the second place in the world cup.


Henry Michel, who was born in October 1947, was born in EXX, France, and started in the beginning of his career. From 1966 to 1982, he served 16 years as an old French club in Nantes for a long time. As a midfielder, Michel also had high offensive efficiency. He scored 81 goals for Nantess 531 appearances and won the French title with Nantes three times. In the era of players, Michel has also been selected for the French national team many times. He has appeared on behalf of the French national team for the 58 time, and has been selected as the French team in the 1978 World Cup. After retiring from Nantes in 1982, Michel quickly became the U21 chief of France. In 1984, France, which he coached, won the gold medal of the mens football team in the Rose Bowl in 1984 Losangeles Olympic finals. Michel, who was only 36 years old, became the head coach of the French national team. Hidalgo, who took the lead in the European Cup, became the head of the French football team. In 1986 Mexico World Cup Michel led the team to the third place. In 1988, Michel was replaced by Platini, but Michel was an important component of the golden age of French football in the 80s of last century. After laying down the French team, he later taught Cameroon, Morocco, the United Arab Emirates, Tunisia, Cote dIvoire, Equatorial Guinea, Kenya and other national teams, leading the three different teams of Cameroon, Morocco and Cote dIvoire into the world cup. At the club level, he has also taught teams such as Saint Germain and Thessaloniki in Paris. Michel ended up at home after a brief coach of the Kenya national team in 2012. Source: NetEase sports writer: Bomber editor: Zhang Qiong _NBJ9979 After retiring from Nantes in 1982, Michel quickly became the U21 chief of France. In 1984, France, which he coached, won the gold medal of the mens football team in the Rose Bowl in 1984 Losangeles Olympic finals. Michel, who was only 36 years old, became the head coach of the French national team. Hidalgo, who took the lead in the European Cup, became the head of the French football team. In 1986 Mexico World Cup Michel led the team to the third place. In 1988, Michel was replaced by Platini, but Michel was an important component of the golden age of French football in the 80s of last century. After laying down the French team, he later taught Cameroon, Morocco, the United Arab Emirates, Tunisia, Cote dIvoire, Equatorial Guinea, Kenya and other national teams, leading the three different teams of Cameroon, Morocco and Cote dIvoire into the world cup. At the club level, he has also taught teams such as Saint Germain and Thessaloniki in Paris. Michel ended up at home after a brief coach of the Kenya national team in 2012.