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Roux was in charge of French side AJ Auxerre for a remarkable period of 44 years.
FACTFILE May 1985: Born in Svres near Paris 2004: Has trials with Olympique Lyonnais and AJ Auxerre, but is unsuccessful with both.
Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) & AJ Auxerre (and vice versa) for the sporting sanction of FIFA against the player.
AJ Auxerre must replay September's French league 3-1 win over Sedan and had three points docked following a complaint that poor refereeing influenced the result.
Jacquet's quest for a World Cup-winning strikers has seen him turn to the prolific Stephane Guivarc'h of AJ Auxerre and Argentine-reared David Trezeguet of Monaco.
Dubai Among the greats churned out by coach Guy Roux at AJ Auxerre was a certain Eric Cantona.
Carew, still only 25 when he arrived in France, made an immediate impact, scoring a hat-trick as Lyon defeated AJ Auxerre to win the French Super Cup, then four goals in his first five league games and he remained an important part of Houllier's plans.
After playing for AJ Auxerre during the 1997-1998 season, Mr Mexes signed his first trainee player contract ("contrat Espoir") with the club in 1998.