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December 1993

Recruitment sessions begin in all neighborhoods of Abidjan. More than 5 to 6000 children between 10 and 13 years are supervised. Eight of them will form the core of the promotion 1.

February1994

The first trainings begin under the baton of JMG and his assistant: Lambert AMUAH. JMG decides to call this MimoSifcom Academy in thanks to its two partners (ASEC Mimosas and the Sifcom group). Complementary recruitment of new elements of promotion 1 through the competitions organized by the Academy.

September 1995

Complementary recruitment of promotion 1 through the competitions organized by the Academy. Recruitment of the core of the promotion 2 (8 elements).

April 1997

First tour in France of the promotion 1. Recruitment of complement of the promotion 2 through the competitions organized by the Academy. Recruitment of the promotion 3.

May 1998

Second tour in France of the promotion 1. Recruitment of complement of the promotion 2 through the competitions organized by the Academy.

February 1999

Start in the competition at the highest level of promotion 1 with the team of ASEC Mimosas. Victory in Super Cup of Africa against Esperance of Tunis.

April 1999

Finalist tournament of Feyenoord. Complementary recruitment of promotion 3 through the competitions organized by the Academy.

July 1999

Victory in the Ivory Coast Cup. November 1999: representation of the National Olympic Team of Côte d’Ivoire for the qualification at the Athens Games (Promotion 1).

April 2000

First tour in France (promotion 2) including tournament Rezé (1/2 final). Complementary recruitment of promotion 3 through the competitions organized by the Academy.

June 2000

Representation of the National Olympic Team of Côte d’Ivoire for the tournament of Toulon (1/2 finalist) (Promotion 1).

August 2000

ARUNA and ZOKORA first transfers in Europe.

November 2000

Champion of Ivory Coast (Promotion 1).

June 2001

Acquisition of a stake in the Belgian club KSK Beveren.

November 2001

Champion of Ivory Coast (Promotion 1).

December 2001

Clash between the Academy and the ASEC (JMG and Roger OUÉGNIN).

February 2002

The ASEC unduly takes control of the association MimoSifcom Academy. Creation of the JMG Academy.

April 2002

Third tour in France (promotion 2) including tournament Rezé (1/2 final).

June 2002

11 academicians (promotions 1 and 2) in the Belgian club KSK Beveren.

November 2002

Champion of Ivory Coast (Promotion 1).

June 2003

14 academicians (promotions 1 and 2) in the Belgian club KSK Beveren.

December 2003

Transfers of the first Academicians of Beveren (YAYA, YAPI, ARSENE)

April 2004

First tour in France (promotion 3) including tournament Rezé (final).

May 2004

Final of the Belgian Cup.

2010

This country participates for the second time in the world. In 2010. The academy mimoSifcom without JMG still exists but it no longer knows the success of the JMG years. ASEC, despite having benefited from huge financial inflows, even recently on transfers made in Beveren, has entered a phase of total regression. KSK Beveren, although he too has benefited just as unduly from the transfer returns trained players at the Academy was relegated in 2007 in the second division, then made a merger with a neighboring club to avoid in 2010 a descent in division 3. But this first academy is the source of inspiration for the many other academies that were created and will be created later …

June 2005

Acquisition of majority stake in KSK Beveren. 16 academicians in the Beveren workforce (promotions 1, 2, 3).

June 2006

Clash with the leaders of KSK Beveren. The new management of KSK Beveren separates from many academicians. JMG ends the adventure of the Academy in Ivory Coast. The Academy “MimoSifcom” was unduly taken over by the leaders of the ASEC. First participation of the Ivory Coast team with 80% of players trained at the academy in the world. Since 2006, players from the JMG Ivory Coast Academy regularly composed 80% of the national team of this country.
THE GREAT DATES
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December 1993

Recruitment sessions begin in all neighborhoods of Abidjan. More than 5 to 6000 children between 10 and 13 years are supervised. Eight of them will form the core of the promotion 1.

February1994

The first trainings begin under the baton of JMG and his assistant: Lambert AMUAH. JMG decides to call this MimoSifcom Academy in thanks to its two partners (ASEC Mimosas and the Sifcom group). Complementary recruitment of new elements of promotion 1 through the competitions organized by the Academy.

September 1995

Complementary recruitment of promotion 1 through the competitions organized by the Academy. Recruitment of the core of the promotion 2 (8 elements).

April 1997

First tour in France of the promotion 1. Recruitment of complement of the promotion 2 through the competitions organized by the Academy. Recruitment of the promotion 3.

May 1998

Second tour in France of the promotion 1. Recruitment of complement of the promotion 2 through the competitions organized by the Academy.

February 1999

Start in the competition at the highest level of promotion 1 with the team of ASEC Mimosas. Victory in Super Cup of Africa against Esperance of Tunis.

April 1999

Finalist tournament of Feyenoord. Complementary recruitment of promotion 3 through the competitions organized by the Academy.

July 1999

Victory in the Ivory Coast Cup. November 1999: representation of the National Olympic Team of Côte d’Ivoire for the qualification at the Athens Games (Promotion 1).

April 2000

First tour in France (promotion 2) including tournament Rezé (1/2 final). Complementary recruitment of promotion 3 through the competitions organized by the Academy.

June 2000

Representation of the National Olympic Team of Côte d’Ivoire for the tournament of Toulon (1/2 finalist) (Promotion 1).

August 2000

ARUNA and ZOKORA first transfers in Europe.

November 2000

Champion of Ivory Coast (Promotion 1).

June 2001

Acquisition of a stake in the Belgian club KSK Beveren.

November 2001

Champion of Ivory Coast (Promotion 1).

December 2001

Clash between the Academy and the ASEC (JMG and Roger OUÉGNIN).

February 2002

The ASEC unduly takes control of the association MimoSifcom Academy. Creation of the JMG Academy.

April 2002

Third tour in France (promotion 2) including tournament Rezé (1/2 final).

June 2002

11 academicians (promotions 1 and 2) in the Belgian club KSK Beveren.

November 2002

Champion of Ivory Coast (Promotion 1).

June 2003

14 academicians (promotions 1 and 2) in the Belgian club KSK Beveren.

December 2003

Transfers of the first Academicians of Beveren (YAYA, YAPI, ARSENE)

April 2004

First tour in France (promotion 3) including tournament Rezé (final).

May 2004

Final of the Belgian Cup.

2010

This country participates for the second time in the world. In 2010. The academy mimoSifcom without JMG still exists but it no longer knows the success of the JMG years. ASEC, despite having benefited from huge financial inflows, even recently on transfers made in Beveren, has entered a phase of total regression. KSK Beveren, although he too has benefited just as unduly from the transfer returns trained players at the Academy was relegated in 2007 in the second division, then made a merger with a neighboring club to avoid in 2010 a descent in division 3. But this first academy is the source of inspiration for the many other academies that were created and will be created later …

June 2005

Acquisition of majority stake in KSK Beveren. 16 academicians in the Beveren workforce (promotions 1, 2, 3).

June 2006

Clash with the leaders of KSK Beveren. The new management of KSK Beveren separates from many academicians. JMG ends the adventure of the Academy in Ivory Coast. The Academy “MimoSifcom” was unduly taken over by the leaders of the ASEC. First participation of the Ivory Coast team with 80% of players trained at the academy in the world. Since 2006, players from the JMG Ivory Coast Academy regularly composed 80% of the national team of this country.
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