Thierry Sardo

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Thierry Sardo is the head coach of the New Caledonia national football team. He was appointed on February 3, 2015. [1]

New Caledonia national football team national association football team

The New Caledonia national football team is the national team of New Caledonia and is controlled by the Fédération Calédonienne de Football. Although they were only admitted to FIFA in 2004, they have been participating in the OFC Nations Cup since its inception. They have been one of this relatively small region's strongest teams, finishing second in 2008 and 2012, and third in 1973 and 1980. They were the top ranked OFC nation at number 95 in September 2008, making them only the fourth country from the confederation to have reached the global top 100.

Managerial Statistics

As of Match played 21 March 2019
TeamFromToRecord
GWDLWin %
New Caledonia 3 February 2015present18459022.22


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References

  1. "Sardo takes on national role for New Caledonia senior football". boxscorenews.com. Retrieved 28 July 2016.