Landry Chauvin was born on December 7, 1968 in Chateau-Gontier.
As a footballer, Landry was only successful at amateur level in such clubs as Chemaze, Gontier and Stade Laval. Landry never made it to a professional team, so soon he became a coach in the AS Vitre youth team. Later, he joined the Rennes football center where he spent fifteen years of his coaching career working with French Golden Boys. Thus, he worked with such players as Jacques Faty, Jimmy Briand and Yoann Gourcuff. Each of them won Coupe Gambardella when they were young. Apart from that, he led them to the title of French champions (with reserve teams).
In the summer of 2007, Landry was appointed assistant of Pierre Dreossi. Chauvin stayed there till December 2007 when he left the team. The new coach did not need Landry, so he had to leave. Later, Chauvin got a professional coach certificate, which enabled him to coach top division clubs. First, he worked with Sedan (since May 26, 2008). Later, he extended the contract till 2011, after which he left for Nantes. There the club finished 9th in the championship after which Landry penned a two-year contract with Stade Brestois 29. However, he was released from the club in 2013.
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