Player amateur in Amboise, then trainer in particular with Saint-Dizier, Ghent, Vitry-le-François, and FC Mulhouse, Georges Boulogne joined the technical framing of the French federation of Football. He succeeds Pierre Pibarot at the post of national instructor in 1958. He becomes then national sport selector of the team of France has 1969 with 1973. With 15 victories, 5 null and 11 defeats, the assessment appears modest, but Boulogne opens its selection with the young people and takes part fully in the revival of French football. He becomes national Chief technical officer of 1970 with 1982, and remains, until his disappearance, one of the technical pillars of the FF. It is him which imposes on the clubs pros the installation of training centres; it is him which reforms the training of the trainers; it is him, finally, which inspires the creation of the INF with its programme of detection of the young talents.
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