Last week, Paris 13 Atletico passed smoothly in front of the DNCG. Unlike many National clubs, today in difficulty, Paris 13 did not spend the money it did not have. But sportingly, he necessarily missed something and he went down to National 2 a year after his rise. "We know that often the season following a descent can be complicated," explains president Frédéric Pereira. We went up, we could see what the National was. Now, the idea is to structure the club, work on infrastructure and facilities hand in hand with the town hall of the thirteenth arrondissement and hire in key positions. That way, if we knock on the door of the National in 2-3 years, it will be with other weapons. »
Arrived in February, the Portuguese coach Filipe Moreira will not continue in N2. After studying several profiles, the leaders of Paris 13 Atletico, chose Frédéric Advice-Desruisseaux (40 years old). If he is not very well known in the Paris region, he enjoys a big hill in the North where he has just spent 11 years at Olympique Marcquois, a club he has raised from Regional 3 to National 3.
"We wanted a coach who has the slab"
But he grew up in the Paris region and played in Sarcelles (95) before joining the Lille training center. He then played for Kidderminster (D4 England), Avion, Fréjus and Cisco Roma (D4 Italy) before stopping his playing career at the age of 27 and embarking on coaching. In parallel with his coaching career, Frédéric Advice has been a recruiter in the North for several L1 clubs (Rennes, Lille, Reims).
His profile seduced Frédéric Pereira. "We didn't want to warm up," explains the president of Paris 13 Atletico. We wanted a coach who had an atypical career, someone who comes from the bottom, who has the slab (sic), who wants to prove and who arrives with a conquering spirit. Not someone talking about their former club or facilities... He is a former pro who has not totally broken through so he has put himself fully into coaching with climbs to the N3. In the Hauts-de-France, he has a very good reputation, he is very known for making his team play good football, with few means. In the Coupe de France, Marcq often put the big guys in difficulty. »