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Mauritius: The former French international Didier Six, sacked from his coach position of Club M




The Mauritius Football Association has sacked Monday Didier Six the former French international and former coach of Togo, Didier Six, who had taken over the reins of the Mauritian national football team in February.
 
Didier Six's main aim was to shine the Club M at 9th Indian Ocean island games scheduled in early August in Reunion. The Cosafa Cup which took place this year in South Africa and brings together the national teams of Southern Africa would have been his final official release from the bench of the Mauritian national football team.
 
Club M has thus been defeated in the group stage on two occasions with a score of 2-0 in Zimbabwe and Namibia and saved the honor facing the Seychelles during the last encounter by winning 1-0.
 
The premature elimination of the Club M from the competition is not however the ultimate origin of his ouster as coach of the Mauritian selection.
 
However, the attitude of the former French international has led the Mauritian federation to terminate his contract.
 
Didier Six had thus sharply criticized the arbitration, also jeopardized the organizers with inappropriate comments and had been even summoned to appear before the disciplinary committee before being expelled from the second match of the tournament after being hooked up with the arbitral corps of the meeting.
 
Then again, the former glory of the Blues reportedly left according to Mauritian officials without informing the head of the Club, Mr. Didier Six was no longer also came to the training of his players and did not return to Mauritius along with his team. Club M has since then been led by his deputy, Alain Happe.



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