Christophe Galtier’s contract at PSG was not approved by the FFF during its last commission. In question, an update of his diplomas from the Parisian coach which will have to be made.
Christophe Galtier will be on the PSG bench this Saturday evening for the first time in the league, but the 55-year-old technician is not in good standing in the eyes of the French Football Federation as revealed by L’Équipe. Indeed, his two-year contract signed at the beginning of July with the capital club was not approved by the federal commission of football educators and coaches which met on July 28, which did not prevent him from more than coaching PSG in Tel Aviv for the Trophée des Champions against Nantes (4-0) three days later.
As explained in the minutes of the commission in question, the latter affirms that it put its opinion concerning Galtier “in deliberation” and “asks Christophe Galtier to approach the national technical director regarding his continuing education obligations”. The PSG coach is not up to date on his UEFA diplomas, which must be revised every three years with the annual promotion of technicians passing the professional football coaching certificate (BEPF).
Not enough to prevent Galtier from coaching so far and but he will have to commit to doing so with the FFF, probably during a next international break according to L’Équipe.