French technician Patrice Carteron on Wednesday, January 30, 2019, is in the hand of the destiny of the Rajaz Casablanca by the end of the season with the possibility of expansion, we learn from the club of green and white.
Carteron, 48, inherits Spaniard Juan Carlos Garrida, who won the Confederation Cup with the green devils and thanked last Monday.
Carteron, who led a few French clubs on the sidelines, is well acquainted with African football because he made the Malian selection to the third stage of the CAN 2013 podium.
He also won the title of the Continental Champions League with Congolese Tout Puissant Mazembe in 2015 before losing his second crown at the Al Ahly Egyptian club last November against Esperance Tunisia.
Carteron also has two major titles with TP Mazembe in 2013 and 2014 and was finalist in the Confederation Cup with the same team in 2013.
Former Moroccan international Youssef Safri will remain in the technical team led by French as an assistant coach, according to the same source.