Date of birth: 15 April 1961
Playing career: Olympique de Marseille, Nîmes Olympique SC, US Marseille Endoume (twice), SO Cassis Carnoux
Coaching career: Olympique de Marseille
• A Marseille native, Anigo made over 200 appearances for his home-town club. He was part of the generation known as Les Minots, and helped the team back into French top flight in 1983/84.
• Departed OM in 1987, spending three years at Nîmes, and when he retired he joined the coaching staff at the Marseille academy.
• Had a brief spell as first-team boss in July and August 2001 but made a bigger impression in 2003/04 when asked to replace Alain Perrin on an interim basis.
• Led a team including Didier Drogba to the 2004 UEFA Cup final in Gothenburg, where they lost 3-0 to Valencia CF following Fabien Barthez's early red card.
• His contract was extended, but he made way for Albert Émon and Jean-Philippe Durand in November 2004 after a poor run of results. He remained at the club as sporting director, before being handed the reins for a third time on 7 December 2013 as a temporary replacement for Élie Baup.
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