A television producer at the bedside of Red Star

The end of the season from Friday night will accelerate the movements at Red Star. The day after the last match (for butter) in Niort, President Patrice Haddad should formalize the new staff. After an exercise marked by a waltz coaches (Brouard, Hadzibegic, Doukantie and Caminiti), the mission of the recovery operation should be entrusted to Vincent Bordot.

As revealed by leparisien.fr on May 8, the GSU Entente Technician was the top priority for the leaders. He is young (44 years old), well versed in the requirements of the national championship, knows perfectly the environment of Paris and will be this summer holder of the BEPF (patent of professional football coach). Bordot announced his departure from the val d'oisien club, where he had been officiating for eight years, starting on May 7th.

The technician would arrive at the Red Star at the same time as Alex Lablatinière in charge of recruitment. The former journalist and player agent held this position of manager in Angers (L1) until last February where he obtained convincing results with the sporting director Olivier Pickeu.

"Jeanne-Rose is there for 1 or 2 months and more if affinities," says President Patrice Haddad

While waiting for the arrival of the Bordot-Lablatinière duo, another face has already appeared on the Red Star. This is the one of Jeanne-Rose Tremski (48 years old), commissioned to carry out an audit of the relegated club of Ligue 2. Producer of television (A boy a girl, singles), this knowledge of the president-producer Haddad (boss of Première Heure) turned three years ago towards the sport.

She opened a boxing and sports hall in Wagram Avenue in Paris and created a management company, consulting, image rights and sports management. It is for this reason that she arrives at the Red Star. Jeanne-Rose Tremski was quick to get to work because she organizes and conducts individual interviews with the players.

If some saw her promised a job as a sports manager, busy for the time by Souleymane Camara called to refocus on the Association, Patrice Haddad said: "There will be no more sports manager. Jeanne-Rose is here for 1 or 2 months and more if affinities … "

A year and a half after the departure of Pauline Gamerre, general manager of the club for 8 years and now stationed at the French Football Federation, another woman could be led to make a place in the Red Star.

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