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Former AC Milan player Mesbah becomes youth manager
03/01/2019, 22:00
Djamel Mesbah, who played for the likes of AC Milan, Lecce, Sampdoria, Parma and Crotone in Italy, has been announced as the new manager of Thonon Evin FC's under-19 squad. 
 
The fullback has been a free agent for over a year and by the looks of it, he's decided to throw in the towel, although he's not just done yet in the football world. In fact, the Algerian will start a new adventure as a youth coach, although the team is obviously in a low division, after hitting bankruptcy a few years back. 
 
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