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Who is Oldham Athletic AFC manager Laurent Banide?

Laurent Banide is the newly appointed French manager of Oldham Athletic after being in the role since June 2019. Banide was born on January 26 1968 in Ales, France and is a 51 year old manager who was previously a French footballer. However, he never made it professionally after spending time in the youth academies of Monaco from 1975 to 1976 and Marseille from 1986 to 1988. Laurent Banide is the son of former French footballer and manager Gerard Banide who spent time at Paris Saint Germain, Marseille and Monaco.

Laurent Banide worked at Monaco in different roles at the club including Assistant coach, youth team coach and manager from the years of 1990 to 2007 where he left the club to join Qatari side Umm Salal in 2008. He then moved to Kuwait where he managed Al Kuwait in the same year before moving to the United Arab Emirates in 2009. In the United Arab Emirates, Banide managed Al Dhafra and Al Nasr before moving back to Monaco in January 2011.

In the 2011-12 season, Banide couldn’t stop the club from being relegated from Ligue 1 after finishing 18th in the league and left his role at the end of the season. In 2012 Banide went back to Qatar to manage Al Kharitiyath and didn’t last a whole season before moving back to the United Arab Emirates to manage Al Dhafra for the second time. In 2013, Banide moved on to manage fellow United Arab Emirates team Al Wasl.

Saudi Arabia was the next destination for French manager Laurent Banide as he went on to have a long spell at Saudi Arabian champions Al Orobah FC where he failed to win any silverware in his 3 year spell before leaving the club in 2016. Banide rejoined and left Al Kuwait in the year of 2016 before going back to Qatar in 2018 to manage Um Salal SC.

In 2019, Laurent Banide was appointed Oldham Athletic manager to replace Pete Wild in the job. This will be Banide’s first job in England and his first European job since Monaco in 2011. He’ll be hoping to establish himself in England and will want to improve his reputation if he is to go on to bigger and better things. However, with his previous track record, it’ll be unlikely that he wants to stick around for a long time.

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