Former player of Red Star (1976-1978 and 1984-1985), Angers (1978-1981) and Nantes (1981-1984), but also international three times against the United States, Greece and Brazil, between 1979 and 1981, Patrice Lecornu died. He was 64. Born in Flers, Lecornu, due to persistent knee pain, had to end his playing career at the age of 27.
After his career as a winger, he continued his career in football by occupying the position of coach at Red Star (1989-1990), then technical director where he participated in the training of Steve Marlet, Charles Itandje and Khalilou Fadiga. He also worked at Paris SG as Director of Training in 2000. He also coached the young Parisians in 2005. To his family and loved ones, Le Figaro sends its sincere condolences.