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FC Séte

FC Séte is a football (soccer) club from France.

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About FC Séte

FC Sète 34 is a French association football club based in Sète and founded in 1900. The club won the French league twice (in 1934 and 1939) and the French cup also twice (1930 and 1934). In 1934 they became the first club to win the French league and cup double.

In 2006, it finished in last place in Ligue 2 and was relegated to Championnat National. On 24 July 2009 the club were demoted to the sixth tier of the French football league system, the Division d'Honneur.

Squad 2008–09





Staff

Head Coach
- Frédéric Rémola

Assistant Coach
- Christophe Archimbeau

Assistant Coach
- Jean-Pascal Beauftreton

Technical Coach
- Miklos Beres

Kit Manager
- Jo Levi

Advisor
- Christian Bernabe

Management

Finance Director
- Bruno Azria

Assurer
- Laurent Besson
- Georges Besson

Director of Sport
- Jacky Bonnieu

Director General
- Roger Carrette

Teamchef
- Serge Lacan

Manager
- Françis Valente

Medical

Team Doctor
- Philippe Mallet

Biologist
- Michel Bodart

Masseur
- Sylvain Lestage
- Jean-Baptiste Cressent

Notable players

See also: :Category:FC Sète players
- Ali Benouna
- Domènec Balmanya
- Josep Escolà
- Michaël N'dri
- Alexandre Villaplane
- Désiré Koranyi
- Márton Bukovi
- Ivan Bek

Former coaches

- Sydney Regan 1929–1933
- René Dedieu 1933–1936
- Joseph Azema 1936–1937
- Jean Marmiès 1937–1939
- Louis-Pierre Cazal 1939–1940
- Elie Rous 1940–1943
- Ljubiša Stefanović 1943–1946
- Gabriel Féron 1946–1947
- Pierre Danzelle 1947–1948
- Emile Féjean 1948–1949
- Elie Rous 1949–1950
- Marcel Tomazover 1950–1954
- István Závodi 1954–1955
- Désiré Koranyi 1955–1956
- Gaston Plovie 1956–1958
- Domènec Balmanya, 1958–60
- Marcel Tomazover 1960–1965
- René Mandaron and Gaston Plovie 1965–1969
- Jacky Bernard 1969–1970
- Dominique Marc and Gaston Plovie 1970–1972
- Xercès Louis 1972–1974
- Slobodan Milosavljević (footballer) 1974–1976
- Jules Miramond 1976–1977
- Gyula Nagy and Marcel Tomazover 1977–1978
- Camille Passi 1978–1980
- Claude Calabuig 1980–1983
- Yves Herbet 1983–1985
- Slobodan Milosavljević (footballer) 1985–1986
- Dominique Bathenay 1986–1988
- Claude Calabuig and Slobodan Milosavljević (footballer) 1988–1989
- Claude Calabuig 1989–1990
- Otmar Pellegrini 1990–1991
- Claude Calabuig 1991–1996
- Marc Bourrier 1996–1997
- Claude Calabuig 1997–2000
- Patrick David and Patrick Lebeau (footballer) 2000–2001
- Laurent Scala 2001–2002
- Albert Rust (footballer) 2002–2003
- Gilles Beaumian and Claude Calabuig 2003–2005
- Ludovic Batelli January 2006 – March 2006
- Robert Buigues March 2006 – June 2006
- Christian Sarramagna 2006–2007
- Thierry Laurey 2007–2008
- Youssef Aboufares Interim 2008
- Frédéric Rémola 2008–

Honours

- Champion of France (highest level) : 1934, 1939
- Winner of the French Cup : 1930, 1934
- Finalist of Coupe de France : 1923, 1924, 1929, 1942
- Champion of DH Sud-Est : 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1968.
- Champion of USFSA Languedoc : 1907, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914.




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