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Didier Notheaux

Didier Notheaux
Personal information
Full name Didier Notheaux
Date of birth (1948-02-04) 4 February 1948
Place of birth Deville-lès-Rouen, France
Playing position Former defender, coach
Youth career
1958-1960 Deville-lès-Rouen
1960-? FC Rouen
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
?-1974 FC Rouen
1974-1976 RC Lens
1976-1977 Stade Rennais FC
1977-1980 FC Rouen
1980-1981 FC Lisieux
Teams managed
?-? FC Lisieux
1983-1988 Le Havre AC
1988-1990 FC Mulhouse
1990-1991 Stade de Reims
1991-1993 Stade Rennais FC
November 1993-1995 ASOA Valence
1995-1996 FC Sochaux-Montbéliard
?-? Saint-Denis Saint-Leu
1998-1999 Burkina Faso
September 2000-2003 ASOA Valence
2007 Benin
2007 Burkina Faso
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Didier Notheaux (born 4 February 1948 in Déville-lès-Rouen, Seine-Maritime) is a French football coach.

Prior to his coaching career, he played mainly for FC Rouen, RC Lens and Stade Rennais FC. He then coached numerous French clubs and already had a brief stint for Burkina Faso. He led the team to 2000 African Cup of Nations, but was fired just before the tournament. He came back in Africa in 2007.[1]


  1. ^ D. Notheaux au Burkina Faso, France Football
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