A little less than two years after his departure from Amiens SC, Luka Elsner will return to Ligue 2 this season after being appointed head of Le Havre, which will now have Mathieu Bodmer as sporting director. On the departure from Lorient, Christophe Pelissier has, for the moment, repelled the advances of Sochaux.
A reunion at the Unicorn for Elsner
If he had denied any contact with Le Havre at the end of last week, Luka Elsner was indeed inducted at the head of the Norman club, this Monday. Eager to stimulate a new dynamic, the HAC decided to stop its joint adventure with Paul Le Guen. Appointed athletic director, Matthew Bodmer then pushed to bring in Luka Elsner, for whom he always had great esteem after their joint season at Amiens SC in 2019/2020. Back in Ligue 2, Luka Elsner will meet his former club on August 27 on the occasion of the fifth day of the championship between Le Havre and Amiens SC at the Océane stadium.
A fortnight earlier, Amiens could also have found another of their former coaches. Pushed towards the exit in Lorient, Christophe Pelissier is the priority of the leaders of Sochaux, looking for a successor to Omar Daf, who has decided to leave the Doubiste club for Dijon. However, according to our information, the man of the rise in Ligue 1 of Amiens SC in May 2017 does not intend to return to the lower level, after having already taken up this challenge with the Hakes in 2020. o offer a few months of respite, Christophe Pelissier is prioritizing a return to another Ligue 1 bench in the short or medium term.