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Jean-Christian Lang (born 22 August 1950 in Roubaix) is a French football manager and former player. Lang began his playing career with FC Sochaux-Montbéliard, playing three Ligue 1 matches, before leaving to play in Ligue 2 with CS Louhans-Cuiseaux, LB Châteauroux, CS Thonon and FC Annecy. Lang was a player-manager with Annecy, and went on to manage USF Le Puy and FC Montceau Bourgogne in Ligue 2, before moving to Swiss club FC Servette. He has also managed clubs in North Africa, including Difaa El Jadida and Maghreb Fez in Morocco, as well as JS Kabylie in Algeria.

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  • جان-كريستيان لانغ (بالفرنسية: Jean-Christian Lang)‏ هو لاعب كرة قدم ومدرب كرة قدم فرنسي في مركز الوسط، ولد في 22 أغسطس 1950 في مدينة روبيه في فرنسا. شارك مع منتخب فرنسا الأولمبي لكرة القدم. أما مع النوادي، فقد لعب مع نادي سوشو ونادي شاتورو ونادي لوهان كويسو. (ar)
  • Jean-Christian Lang (born 22 August 1950 in Roubaix) is a French football manager and former player. Lang began his playing career with FC Sochaux-Montbéliard, playing three Ligue 1 matches, before leaving to play in Ligue 2 with CS Louhans-Cuiseaux, LB Châteauroux, CS Thonon and FC Annecy. Lang was a player-manager with Annecy, and went on to manage USF Le Puy and FC Montceau Bourgogne in Ligue 2, before moving to Swiss club FC Servette. He has also managed clubs in North Africa, including Difaa El Jadida and Maghreb Fez in Morocco, as well as JS Kabylie in Algeria. Lang has Polish ancestry, and became a naturalised French citizen in 1964. He speaks fluent Polish, French and English. (en)
  • Jean-Christian Lang, né le 22 août 1950 à Roubaix, est un footballeur français reconverti entraîneur. Il évolue au poste de milieu de terrain principalement pour des clubs de deuxième division, avant d'être entraîneur en France puis dans des pays du Maghreb et du Golfe Persique. (fr)
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  • جان-كريستيان لانغ (بالفرنسية: Jean-Christian Lang)‏ هو لاعب كرة قدم ومدرب كرة قدم فرنسي في مركز الوسط، ولد في 22 أغسطس 1950 في مدينة روبيه في فرنسا. شارك مع منتخب فرنسا الأولمبي لكرة القدم. أما مع النوادي، فقد لعب مع نادي سوشو ونادي شاتورو ونادي لوهان كويسو. (ar)
  • Jean-Christian Lang, né le 22 août 1950 à Roubaix, est un footballeur français reconverti entraîneur. Il évolue au poste de milieu de terrain principalement pour des clubs de deuxième division, avant d'être entraîneur en France puis dans des pays du Maghreb et du Golfe Persique. (fr)
  • Jean-Christian Lang (born 22 August 1950 in Roubaix) is a French football manager and former player. Lang began his playing career with FC Sochaux-Montbéliard, playing three Ligue 1 matches, before leaving to play in Ligue 2 with CS Louhans-Cuiseaux, LB Châteauroux, CS Thonon and FC Annecy. Lang was a player-manager with Annecy, and went on to manage USF Le Puy and FC Montceau Bourgogne in Ligue 2, before moving to Swiss club FC Servette. He has also managed clubs in North Africa, including Difaa El Jadida and Maghreb Fez in Morocco, as well as JS Kabylie in Algeria. (en)
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