Renard ready to build new team for Ivory Coast




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Ivory Coast , Herve Renard said he would build a team without resorting to a revolution.
The former Zambia said in an interview published in the national press Tuesday that he would not be rocking the boat as he looks to rebuild a team that flopped at the World Cup.
“My is to rebuild a team, all the while knowing that not everything should be thrown away,” said the who left French side Sochaux following their relegation from Ligue 1 at the end last .
“There won’t be a great revolution because the next challenges arrive in September, but we bring a new dynamism.
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“Even though Ivory Coast has foreign-based players I think it would be a shame to ignore the domestic game.”
Despite a team packed full attacking talents, the Elephants not be playing an expansive game under Renard.
“To succeed in my I’ll to work very hard, to impose discipline, get the most out the individual talents, bring a sense collective spirit to everyone,” said Renard.
“I’ll build my team from a defensive base. You a solid defence to trophies.”
The 45-year-old signed a renewable two-year and take charge of first against Leone September 6 in Abidjan in an Africa Cup of qualifier.
He replaced French compatriot Sabri Lamouchi, who quit after the team failed to get out of the World Cup group stages.  (supersport.com)
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