Paulin Jean is officially the new coach of the Black Eagle! The former Haitian international made his comeback to his former team as a coach where he replaces Pierre Steven Chery in this position.
Return of a legendary captain to his club of hearts! Paulin Jean was reunited with the Aigle Noir after spending moments of glory in previous years as a player. This week, he officially became the new coach of the green and black team for the D2 season which will begin this weekend.
The former captain of this historic team has just replaced Pierre Steven Chery in this post, him who left ANAC after many years of service to replace Wilner Étienne at the head of the National Technical Department.
Paulin will therefore have his first experience as principal. In his coaching career, he was assistant to James Morisset at the head of the Haitian selection before leaving for Don Bosco with the latter. After his short adventure with the 'Mechan Mechan', he returned to the FHF where he was the assistant of the U17 national team which played the World Cup in Brazil in 2019.
His primary objective will be to bring the Black Eagle AC back into the top flight. A task that promises to be difficult for the 34-year-old man!