Former Harambee Stars head coach Sébastien Migne has been confirmed as the new head coach of South Africa Premier Soccer League side Marumo Gallants.


Migne will be assisted by former Black Leopards mentor Jean Francois Lusciuto with both signing two-year deals at the club.


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The Frenchman will be taking over from former Gor Mahia tactician Dylan Kerr, who rejected a new contract from the club in what the Kick-Off reports were due to a pay cut on his salary.


According to the tabloid, assistant coaches Mpho Maleka and David Mathebula, who served alongside Kerr last season, will continue as part of the technical team.


Migne, meanwhile, spent last season as assistant coach of French Ligue 2 side Chamois Niort and apart from Harambee Stars, he has previously worked as the head coach of Equatorial Guinea and the Republic of Congo, after also serving as assistant to Claude Le Roy on a few occasions.


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