Former FC Metz player, Grégory Proment, leaves Moselle

Clermont Foot has formalized the arrival of former FC Metz midfielder, Grégory Proment, at the head of the N3 team.

He will not be the next coach of FC Metz. The rumor had been fueled by his active search for a club to coach for several months. Then his interest in participating in the garnet house project had been confirmed several times, notably on our set. The former coach of the reserve team of FC Metz, but also of the satellite club RFC Seraing, finally took the road to Auvergne.

The club announced the signing of Grégory Proment for the next two seasons, at the head of the reserve team which will play in N3 this season, after having noted the departure of David Suarez.

“I find a club with my values, a family and human club. I will try to help the club grow. The primary objective will be to help the young people progress, to bring in as many players as possible and prepare them as best as possible to join the pro group” announces the new coach. The pros, for their part, returned to Ligue 2 after having tasted three seasons in the elite.

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