Newsbreak reports that former Senegal international, Omar Daf, has been named the new coach for French Ligue 2 side, Dijon.
The 45-year-old was confirmed as the coach on a two-year deal after leaving rivals Sochaux on Friday.
“Dijon have formalised the appointment of Omar Daf as the coach,” confirmed a statement on their official website. “The new Dijon coach has signed a two-year contract [plus one year optional].”
Speaking on the appointment, Daf said: “I am very happy to be here. The desire of the President and the leaders to bring me here played a major role. It’s an ambitious club, which is why I chose this project. I am a man of projects, I subscribe to this sense.
“When you start a new project, you have ambitions; you want to go as high as possible but always with a lot of humility. There have been complicated seasons, we will have to stabilize, and rebuild while keeping this ambition.”