Ex-France coach applies for India job

NEW DELHI: The vacant seat of Indian national football team coach has attracted more than 200 applications. While many of the aspirants have considerable managerial experience, the biggest name among them, according to All India Football Federation (AIFF) sources, could be that of Raymond Domenech, who coached France to the memorable 2006 World Cup final. “We have received applications from some top European coaches. Raymond Domenech is among them,” said an AIFF official. However, it could not be confirmed whether the application came from the 67-year-old himself or through his agent.

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