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Peter Grant and Marcel Brache commit to new Western Force era - The West Australian

Former Western Force and international backs Peter Grant and Marcel Brache are the first two players to commit to a new era of WA rugby. Springbok fly-half Grant and outside back Brache, who was in the US side that beat Argentina in the Americas Rugby ...

Marcel Desailly for Vacant Ghana job? - AOL Footbal (press release) (blog)

Former France international Marcel Desailly is seen as the perfect replacement for Avram Grant who quit as Ghana coach after the just ended Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon. Desailly, 48, has not managed a top club or national team, but his 20-year ...

Chelsea legend Marcel Desailly backed for Ghana role after Avram Grant departure - Evening Standard

Chelsea legend Marcel Desailly has been backed to take up the vacant Ghana national team job following the departure of Avram Grant. Former Chelsea manager Grant had been in charge of Ghana for the past two years, but earlier this month he left the ...

Chelsea legend Marcel Desailly being tipped for Ghana job after Avram Grant leaves Black Stars - The Sun

CHELSEA and France legend Marcel Desailly is being tipped to become the next manager of the Ghana national team. The former AC Milan ace is seen as perfect for the job by Ghanaian football insiders after Avram Grant left the post earlier this month.

Marcel Grant is a filmmaker based in London. He established the independent film production company, Dancing Brave Pictures, in 2004. He has written and directed two feature films Open My Eyes and Just Inès, the made-for-TV Coffee Sex You, as well as featurette What's Your Name 41?

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Marcel Grant on set
Born (1961-07-19) 19 July 1961 (age 55)
London, UK
Residence London
Nationality British
Occupation Film director, screenwriter, film producer
Years active 2000–present

Marcel Grant (born 19 July 1961) is a filmmaker based in London. He established the independent film production company, Dancing Brave Pictures, in 2004. He has written and directed two feature films Open My Eyes and Just Inès, the made-for-TV Coffee Sex You, as well as featurette What's Your Name 41?