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June 1999

Alerted by the success of the academic experience of Ivory Coast, the president of the Malagasy Republic, Ratsiraka, wishes that in his country such an initiative takes place. The group “Bolloré” then close to the Academy of Abidjan is concerned and in agreement with the Malagasy political authorities, he launched a study to achieve an identical experiment in Madagascar, based on the same principles:
“Recruit, reunite and train a football elite in Madagascar, while striving to make these players men as complete and educated in life as performing on a field.” The Academy “Ny Antsika-JMG” will be placed under the technical authority of the company JMGAcademie custodian of knowledge in the training and management of this project.

June 2000

The decision is made to establish the infrastructure of this new academy in Antsirabe.

October 2000

Detection, screening and selection of the first Malagasy academicians by Jean-Marc Guillou and Olivier Guillou according to the technical criteria:
• Evaluation in the 7 big cities of different provinces of Madagascar (Antananarivo, Tamatave, Diégo Suarez, Fianarantsoa, Antsirabé, Tulear, Majunga) of more than 10000 young players,
• Preselections of 36 young people,
• Final selection of 9 players to be part of the first class

February 2001

Effective start of classes (sports training and school education).

April 2001

The Bolloré group sells the majority of its stake in Coralma to the British group Imperial Tobacco which takes over.

2002

Integration of a complement of players for the first promotion which passes to 18 students.

September 2003

Integration of a second class of 10 students and extension of reception and training facilities (dormitories, classroom and training ground).

2003

Creation of a “Académie-JMG” club, to allow players to participate in official competitions.

2004

Participation in the championship of 2nd division and accession in 1st division.
Participation of 4 players (Claudio, Philo, Rodrigue and Roger) in the international tournament of Rezé (France) with the Academy of Abidjan. Finalist of the tournament.

2005

First participation in the 1st division championship.
Second place in the ranking, and participation in the National phase
Elimination in the first round of the National phase
Elimination in 1 / 32e of the Madagascar Cup
Season: 21 Matches, 13 Wins, 5 Draws, 3 Losses, 52 Goals scored, 20 Goals conceded.
First U 20 Selections for Claudio, Carlos, Tovo and Melin
Integration of a complement of players for the second promotion which passes to 16 students.

2006

First participation in the pool of AS, Vice Champion of Madagascar.
Regional Champion of Vakinankaratra
Participation of the Academy in the international tournament of Rezé (France) 14th place
Elimination in 1 / 16th of the Madagascar Cup
Season record: 25 Matches, 19 wins, 2 draws, 3 losses, 84 goals scored, 17 goals conceded.
First U 20 Selections for Lanto, Urban, Toby, Mikka and Rolland

2007

Participation of the Academy in the international tournament of Rezé (France) 7th place.
Regional Champion of Vakinankaratra
Change of Technical Director: Adrien Gaignon succeeds Olivier Guillou who left for the Academy of Algeria.
Elimination of the National phase in the 2nd round.
Elimination in 1 / 4th of the Madagascar Cup
Season record: 23 Matches, 18 wins, 3 draws, 3 losses, 72 goals scored, 15 goals conceded
First U 20 Selections for Ibrahim, Jimmy and Leda
First Selections A for Claudio, Carlos, Tovo and Thierry
Integration of a third promotion composed of 8 players (September 2007).

November 2008

Departure to Thailand of Claudio (Muang Thong Utd) and Carlos (BEC Tero) in January.
Regional Champion of Vakinankaratra
Champion of Madagascar
Elimination in 1/4 of the Madagascar Cup
Season record: 29 Matches, 23 wins, 3 draws, 3 losses, 104 goals scored, 18 goals conceded
Ibrahim named best Malagasy player 2008
Carolus wins the title of top scorer in the Malagasy championship
First U 20 Selections for Carolus, Emile and Olivier
First Selections A for Melin, Lanto, Urbain and Ibrahim
Integration of a supplement of the third promotion which passes to 10 players.

2009

Integration of a complement of players for the third promotion which passes to 12 students.
Participation in the African Cup of Champion Clubs, elimination in the first round against USS Tampon (Meeting)
Tour in Reunion in February.
Departure at the Meeting of Mikka and Thierry (SS Gauloise) in March.
Regional Champion of Vakinankaratra
Vice Champion of Madagascar
Elimination in 1 / 8th of the Madagascar Cup
Season record: 20 Matches, 15 wins, 5 draws, 0 defeat, 64 goals scored, 15 goals conceded
Carolus named best player Malagasy 2009.
Carolus wins the title of top scorer in the Malagasy championship
First U 20 Selections for Baggio and Florent
First Selections A for Carolus and Toby

2010

Regional Champion of Vakinankaratra
Vice Champion of Madagascar
Elimination in 1/2 of the Madagascar Cup
Season record: 23 Matches, 20 wins, 1 draws, 2 losses, 92 goals scored, 19 goals conceded
Baggio Named Best Player Malagasy 2010
Carolus wins the title of top scorer in the Malagasy championship
First Selection A for Tigana

2011

Departure to Algeria from Carolus (WAT Tlemcen) and Ibrahim (JS Kabylie) in January and from Lanto and Baggio to Reunion (USS Tampon) in April.
Regional Champion of Vakinankaratra
Third place of the championship of Madagascar
Elimination in 1/2 of the Madagascar Cup
Season record: 28 Matches, 19 wins, 6 draws, 3 losses, 73 goals scored, 22 goals conceded
Urban named best Malagasy player 2011
Olympic team selection of Urbain, Ibrahim, Carolus, Tigana, Leda, Olivier and Baggio
First selections A for Jimmy, Leda, Baggio, Olivier.

2012

Departure of Urbain at the meeting (USS Tampon) and Tigana in Seychelles (FC Côte d’Or)
In addition to these 2 departures abroad, 7 other players of promotions 1 and 2, leave the Academy for the best Malagasy clubs.
Only 15 players remain in training, including 12 from the 3rd class who make their official debut in competition.

June 2012

End of the partnership with Imperial Tobacco and definitive closure of the Academy in Madagascar.
THE GREAT DATES
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June 1999

Alerted by the success of the academic experience of Ivory Coast, the president of the Malagasy Republic, Ratsiraka, wishes that in his country such an initiative takes place. The group “Bolloré” then close to the Academy of Abidjan is concerned and in agreement with the Malagasy political authorities, he launched a study to achieve an identical experiment in Madagascar, based on the same principles:
“Recruit, reunite and train a football elite in Madagascar, while striving to make these players men as complete and educated in life as performing on a field.” The Academy “Ny Antsika-JMG” will be placed under the technical authority of the company JMGAcademie custodian of knowledge in the training and management of this project.

June 2000

The decision is made to establish the infrastructure of this new academy in Antsirabe.

October 2000

Detection, screening and selection of the first Malagasy academicians by Jean-Marc Guillou and Olivier Guillou according to the technical criteria:
• Evaluation in the 7 big cities of different provinces of Madagascar (Antananarivo, Tamatave, Diégo Suarez, Fianarantsoa, Antsirabé, Tulear, Majunga) of more than 10000 young players,
• Preselections of 36 young people,
• Final selection of 9 players to be part of the first class

February 2001

Effective start of classes (sports training and school education).

April 2001

The Bolloré group sells the majority of its stake in Coralma to the British group Imperial Tobacco which takes over.

2002

Integration of a complement of players for the first promotion which passes to 18 students.

September 2003

Integration of a second class of 10 students and extension of reception and training facilities (dormitories, classroom and training ground).

2003

Creation of a “Académie-JMG” club, to allow players to participate in official competitions.

2004

Participation in the championship of 2nd division and accession in 1st division.
Participation of 4 players (Claudio, Philo, Rodrigue and Roger) in the international tournament of Rezé (France) with the Academy of Abidjan. Finalist of the tournament.

2005

First participation in the 1st division championship.
Second place in the ranking, and participation in the National phase
Elimination in the first round of the National phase
Elimination in 1 / 32e of the Madagascar Cup
Season: 21 Matches, 13 Wins, 5 Draws, 3 Losses, 52 Goals scored, 20 Goals conceded.
First U 20 Selections for Claudio, Carlos, Tovo and Melin
Integration of a complement of players for the second promotion which passes to 16 students.

2006

First participation in the pool of AS, Vice Champion of Madagascar.
Regional Champion of Vakinankaratra
Participation of the Academy in the international tournament of Rezé (France) 14th place
Elimination in 1 / 16th of the Madagascar Cup
Season record: 25 Matches, 19 wins, 2 draws, 3 losses, 84 goals scored, 17 goals conceded.
First U 20 Selections for Lanto, Urban, Toby, Mikka and Rolland

2007

Participation of the Academy in the international tournament of Rezé (France) 7th place.
Regional Champion of Vakinankaratra
Change of Technical Director: Adrien Gaignon succeeds Olivier Guillou who left for the Academy of Algeria.
Elimination of the National phase in the 2nd round.
Elimination in 1 / 4th of the Madagascar Cup
Season record: 23 Matches, 18 wins, 3 draws, 3 losses, 72 goals scored, 15 goals conceded
First U 20 Selections for Ibrahim, Jimmy and Leda
First Selections A for Claudio, Carlos, Tovo and Thierry
Integration of a third promotion composed of 8 players (September 2007).

November 2008

Departure to Thailand of Claudio (Muang Thong Utd) and Carlos (BEC Tero) in January.
Regional Champion of Vakinankaratra
Champion of Madagascar
Elimination in 1/4 of the Madagascar Cup
Season record: 29 Matches, 23 wins, 3 draws, 3 losses, 104 goals scored, 18 goals conceded
Ibrahim named best Malagasy player 2008
Carolus wins the title of top scorer in the Malagasy championship
First U 20 Selections for Carolus, Emile and Olivier
First Selections A for Melin, Lanto, Urbain and Ibrahim
Integration of a supplement of the third promotion which passes to 10 players.

2009

Integration of a complement of players for the third promotion which passes to 12 students.
Participation in the African Cup of Champion Clubs, elimination in the first round against USS Tampon (Meeting)
Tour in Reunion in February.
Departure at the Meeting of Mikka and Thierry (SS Gauloise) in March.
Regional Champion of Vakinankaratra
Vice Champion of Madagascar
Elimination in 1 / 8th of the Madagascar Cup
Season record: 20 Matches, 15 wins, 5 draws, 0 defeat, 64 goals scored, 15 goals conceded
Carolus named best player Malagasy 2009.
Carolus wins the title of top scorer in the Malagasy championship
First U 20 Selections for Baggio and Florent
First Selections A for Carolus and Toby

2010

Regional Champion of Vakinankaratra
Vice Champion of Madagascar
Elimination in 1/2 of the Madagascar Cup
Season record: 23 Matches, 20 wins, 1 draws, 2 losses, 92 goals scored, 19 goals conceded
Baggio Named Best Player Malagasy 2010
Carolus wins the title of top scorer in the Malagasy championship
First Selection A for Tigana

2011

Departure to Algeria from Carolus (WAT Tlemcen) and Ibrahim (JS Kabylie) in January and from Lanto and Baggio to Reunion (USS Tampon) in April.
Regional Champion of Vakinankaratra
Third place of the championship of Madagascar
Elimination in 1/2 of the Madagascar Cup
Season record: 28 Matches, 19 wins, 6 draws, 3 losses, 73 goals scored, 22 goals conceded
Urban named best Malagasy player 2011
Olympic team selection of Urbain, Ibrahim, Carolus, Tigana, Leda, Olivier and Baggio
First selections A for Jimmy, Leda, Baggio, Olivier.

2012

Departure of Urbain at the meeting (USS Tampon) and Tigana in Seychelles (FC Côte d’Or)
In addition to these 2 departures abroad, 7 other players of promotions 1 and 2, leave the Academy for the best Malagasy clubs.
Only 15 players remain in training, including 12 from the 3rd class who make their official debut in competition.

June 2012

End of the partnership with Imperial Tobacco and definitive closure of the Academy in Madagascar.
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