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It is not Igor Di Camargo, but Frenchman Bruno Earle who must save RWDM from relegation

It is not Igor Di Camargo, but Frenchman Bruno Earle who must save RWDM from relegation

Bruno Erles is the successor to Claudio Casappa at RWDM, who was sacked last weekend. In his latest trick as coach, Earls managed to keep Troyes in the top flight, something they at Molenbeek will hope to repeat with RWDM.

As a player, Bruno Earles was known as one of the leading players in French football, and in 1994 he made his debut under Arsene Wenger at Monaco. It was not a glittering career for the defender in the end, and he retired in 2003 due to a knee injury.

As a coach, he learned playing skills with Monaco's youth, working with Kylian Mbappé and Yannick Carrasco, among others.

Only in 2014 did he take his first steps as a head coach, first at Arles-Avignon in the second division and then in Moldova, at Sheriff Tiraspol.

His most memorable spell was at Ligue 1 club Troyes, where he managed to keep the club in the French league against all odds, although he was fired a few months later after this stunt.

At RWDM they hope Earls can bring the same magic he did at Troyes. After an exciting start to the new year, the club dropped to 14th place, which cost coach Claudio Kappa his head.

For a while it looked like Caçapa assistant Igor De Camargo would take over, but RWDM is putting its fate in the hands of Irles, who is taking Jérémy Clément with him in the T2 role.

“I am looking forward to this new challenge in a tournament that I have followed for a long time,” Earls said on his new club’s website.

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CEO Gauthier Janai: “His tactical pragmatism, ability to unleash the potential of his players and his experience in developing individual players make Bruno the ideal candidate for this task.”

Earl has until the end of the season to prove himself.