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Daniel Jeandupeux Personal information Date of birth 7 February 1949 (1949-02-07) (age 62) Place of birth Saint-Imier, Switzerland Playing position Defender Club information Current club Le Mans UC72 (President's advisor) Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1967–1971 FC La Chaux-de-Fonds 52 (27) 1971–1975 FC Zürich 49 (19) 1975–1979 Girondins Bordeaux 74 (25) 1980–1983 FC Zürich 2 (1) Total 177 (72) National team 1969–1976 Switzerland[1] 35 (2) Teams managed 1979–1980 FC Sion 1980–1983 FC Zürich 1983–1985 Toulouse 1986–1989 Switzerland 1989–1994 SM Caen 1994–1995 RC Strasbourg 1997 SM Caen 2004 Le Mans UC72 2004–2009 Le Mans UC72 (President's advisor) 2009 Le Mans UC72 2009– Le Mans UC72 (President's advisor) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). Daniel Jeandupeux (born 7 February 1949 in Saint-Imier, Switzerland) is a football manager and retired football defender. Contents 1 Career 2 Statistics 2.1 Manager 3 References Career Jeandupeux last managed Ligue 1 Le Mans UC72, replacing Yves Bertucci in February 2009.[2] He was replaced in May by Arnaud Cormier, but stayed at the club as president's advisor.[3] Jeandupeux has also had spells managing other French sides — SM Caen, Toulouse, and RC Strasbourg.[4] As well as having managed Swiss sides FC Sion and FC Zürich,[5] and the Swiss national team.[6] Statistics Manager Team Nat From To Record G W D L Win % GF GA +/- Sion 1979 1980 Zürich 1980 March 1983 Toulouse 1983 1985 Switzerland March 1986 April 1989 28 8 8 12 28.57 32 33 -1 Caen December 1989 1994 Strasbourg 1994 March 1995 Caen November 1997 November 1997 Le Mans UC72 February 2004 December 2004 Le Mans UC72 2 February 2009 Present Total References ^ Garin, Erik (16 January 2009). "Switzerland - Record International Players". RSSSF. http://www.rsssf.com/miscellaneous/zwit-recintlp.html. Retrieved 3 February 2009.  ^ (French) "Daniel Jeandupeux, entraîneur du Muc 72, Yves Bertucci, adjoint, jusqu'en fin de saison". 2 February 2009. http://www.muc72.fr/actualite/daniel-jeandupeux-entraineur-du-muc-72-yves-bertucci-adjoint-jusqu-en-fin-de-saison-2976.html. Retrieved 3 February 2009.  ^ http://www.leparisien.fr/sports/football/arnaud-cormier-entraineur-du-mans-jusqu-a-la-fin-de-la-saison-12-05-2009-510421.php ^ Garin, Erik (12 July 2007). "France - Trainers of First and Second Division Clubs". RSSSF. http://www.rsssf.com/players/trainers-fran-clubs.html. Retrieved 3 February 2009.  ^ Garin, Erik (20 June 2007). "Switzerland - Trainers of First and Second Division Clubs". RSSSF. http://www.rsssf.com/players/trainers-zwit-clubs.html. Retrieved 3 February 2009.  ^ Garin, Erik (9 October 2008). "Switzerland - International Matches since 1905". RSSSF. http://www.rsssf.com/tablesz/zwit-intres.html. Retrieved 3 February 2009.   Daniel Jeandupeux managerial positions v · d · eFC Sion – Managers V. Barberis (1947–49) · Pinter (1949–51) · Wuilloud (1951–52) · Humbert & Mathey (1952–53) · Allégroz (1953–54) · Humbert & Mathey (1954–55) · Guhl (1955–59) · Séchehaye (1959–61) · Spikofski (1961–63) · Mantula (1963–67) · Osojnak (1967–68) · Roesch (1968–70) · Meylan (1970–71) · Blažević (1971–76) · Szabó (1976–79) · Jeandupeux (1979–80) · Fulloné (1980–81) · Donzé (1981–88) · Pazmandy (1988–89) · Débonnaire (1989–90) · Trossero (1990–92) · Brigger (1992–93) · Andrey (1993) · U. Barberis (1993–94) · Richard (1994–95) · Decastel (1995–96) · Richard (c) (1996) · Bigon (1996–97) · Richard (1997–98) · Dries (1998) · In-Albon (1998–99) · Rouyer (1999) · Morini (1999–2000) · Stambouli (2000–01) · Roussey (2001–02) · Richard (2002–03) · Roessli (2003) · Tholot & David (2003) · Tholot, David & Rebord (2003–04) · Smajić (2004) · Zermatten (c) (2004) · Gress (2004–05) · Della Casa (2005) · Moulin (2005–06) · Clausen (2006) · Moulin (c) (2006) · Schällibaum (2006) · Chapuisat (2006–07) · Bigon (2007) · Roessli & Jaccobacci (2007–08) · Bigon (2008) · Stielike (2008) · Constantin & Zermatten (2008) · Barberis & Zermatten (2008–09) · Constantin (2009) · Tholot (2009–10) · Challandes (2010–11) · Roussey (2011–) v · d · eFC Zürich – Managers Winkler (1920–22) · Studnicka (1922–24) · Konrád (1930–31) · Sobotka (1942–43) · Minelli (1943–46) · Iseli (1946–48) · Lohrmann (1948–53) · Friedl (1953–55) · Müller (1955–57) · Molina & Barras (1957–58) · Rappan (1958–59) · Barras (1959–60) · Wurzer (1960–62) · Maurer (1962–66) · Kubala (1966–67) · Brodmann (1967) · Mantula (1967–69) · Gawliczek (1969–70) · Schwanner (1970–71) · Konietzka (1971–78) · Čajkovski (1978–80) · Sing & Martinelli (1980) · Jeandupeux (1980–83) · Glättli (1983) · Merkel (1983) · Kuhn (1983) · Kodric (1983) · Kuhn (1983–84) · Ježek (1984–86) · Stessl (1986–87) · Konietzka (1987–88) · Bongartz (1988–89) · Iselin (1989) · Neumann (1989–91) · Jara (1991–94) · Houghton (1994–95) · Ponte (1995–2000) · Gress (2000–01) · Bregy (2001–03) · Grüter (2003) · Favre (2003–07) · Challandes (2007–10) · Fischer (2010–) v · d · eToulouse FC – Managers Farías (1970–72) · Boucher (1972) · Dorsini (1972–73) · Boucher (1973–74) · Orsatti (1974) · Boucher (1974–75) · Sucré (1975) · Daniel (1975–76) · Boucher (1976–77) · Marcos (1977–78) · Fontaine (1978–79) · Cahuzac (1979–83) · Jeandupeux (1983–85) · Santini (1985–89) · Mosca (1989–91) · Zwunka (1991–92) · Delmas (1992–93) · Ruty (1993–94) · Courbis (1994–95) · Giresse (1995–98) · Lacombe (1998–99) · Giresse (1999–2000) · Nouzaret (2000–01) · Mombaerts (2001–06) · Baup (2006–08) · Casanova (2008-–) v · d · eSwitzerland national football team – Managers Déjerine (1905–10) · Referee's Commission (1910–24) · Duckworth & Kürschner & Hogan (1924) · Müller (1934) · Rappan (1937–38) · Rappan (1942–49) · Tschirren & Andreoli & Minelli (1949–50) · Andreoli (1950) · Baumgartner & Tschirren & Kielholz (1950–53) · Rappan (1953–54) · Rüegsegger (1954) · Baumgartner & Kielholz (1954–55) · Baumgartner & Kielholz & Spagnoli (1955–58) · Sekulić & Rüegsegger & Vescori (1958–60) · Hahn (1958–59) · Rappan (1960–63) · Sobotka & Quinche & Guhl (1964) · Foni (1964–67) · Ballabio (1967–69) · Hussy (1970) · Maurer (1970–71) · Michaud (1972–73) · Hussy (1973–76) · Blažević (1976) · Vonlanthen (1977–79) · Walker (1979–80) · Wolfisberg (1980–85) · Jeandupeux (1986–89) · Wolfisberg (1989) · Stielike (1989–91) · Hodgson (1992–95) · Jorge (1995–96) · Fringer (1996–97) · Gress (1998–99) · Zaugg (2000) · Trossero (2000–01) · Kuhn (2001–08) · Hitzfeld (2008–) v · d · eSM Caen – Managers Konya (1934–35) · Gast (1935–36) · Cottenet (1936–38) · Gast (1938–44) · Mayer (1944–46) · Deruaz (1946–47) · Carville (1947–49) · Vandooren (1949–52) · Prouff (1952–53) · Proust (1953–55) · Grillon (1955–58) · Leperlier (1958–59) · Requier (1959–61) · Eloy (1961–62) · Mouchel (1962–64) · Vincent (1964–67) · Oliver (1967–72) · Lelong (1972) · Lunel (1972–73) · Rummelhardt (1973) · Mouilleron (1973–79) · Laurier (1979–83) · Mankowski (1983–88) · Nouzaret (1988–89) · Jeandupeux (1989–94) · Mankowski (1994–96) · David (1996–97) · Calderón (1997) · Jeandupeux (1997) · Théault (1997–2000) · Desbouillons (2000) · Gasset (2000–01) · Gauthier (2001–02) · Remy (2002–05) · Dumas (2005) · Dumas & Parizon (2005–09) · Dumas & Garande (2009–) v · d · eRC Strasbourg – Managers Bongard (1928–30) · Riebe (1930–32) · Neureuther (1932–33) · Fischer (1933–34) · Kerr (1934–35) · Blum (1935–38) · Rumbold (1938–39) · Bostelaar (1941–44) · Veinante (1945–47) · Andrup (1947–48) · Veinante (1948–49) · Nicolas (1949–52) · Humpál (1952–55) · Heisserer (1955–56) · Avellaneda (1956–57) · Faczinek (1957–58) · Humpál (1958–60) · Veinante (1960–61) · Jonquet (1961–64) · Frantz (1964–66) · Presch (1966–67) · Hauss (1967–68) · Frantz (1968–70) · Mateo (1970–71) · Csaknády (1971) · Frantz (1971) · Nowotarski (1971–73) · Domergue (1973–74) · Hollink (1974–75) · Frantz (1975–76) · Schilcher (1976) · Schwartz (1976–77) · Gress (1977–80) · Hild (1980–81) · Lemerre (1981–83) · Sundermann (1983–85) · Huck (1985) · Piasecki (1985–86) · Six (1986) · Herbin (1986–87) · Kasperczak (1987–88) · Dogliani (1988) · Banide (1988–89) · Specht (1989–91) · Gress (1991–94) · Jeandupeux (1994–95) · Duguépéroux (1995–98) · Girard (1998) · Mankowski (1998–99) · Le Roy (1999–00) · Pouliquen (2000–01) · Hašek (2001–03) · Kombouaré (2003–04) · Duguépéroux (2004–06) · Papin (2006–07) · Furlan (2007–09) · Gress (2009) · Janin (2009–10) · Fournier (2010–11) · v · d · eLe Mans FC – Managers Cottin (1941–43) · Boumezrag (1943–45) · Braustein (1943–45) · Rummelhardt (1947–51) · Choulet (1951–52) · Corsaletti (1952–53) · Libar (1953–57) · Castellani (1957–58) · Grillon (1958–64) · Dereuddre (1964–76) · Laurier (1976–79) · Rodriguez (1979–81) · Gutierrez (1981–84) · Deferrez (1984–86) · Gourcuff (1986–89) · Létard (1989–94) · Froger (1994–97) · Muslin (1997) · Westerloppe (1997–2000) · Pascalou (2000) · Goudet (2000–04) · Pascalou (2004) · Jeandupeux (2004) · Hantz (2004–07) · Garcia (2007–08) · Bertucci (2008–09) · Jeandupeux (2009) · Cormier (2009) · Duarte (2009) · Cormier (2009–) Persondata Name Jeandupeux, Daniel Alternative names Short description footballer Date of birth 7 February 1949 Place of birth Saint-Imier, Switzerland Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to Swiss football is a stub. 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