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VVV Venlo coach Glen de Boeck resigns

December 8, 2011

By Maurits Pieper

Glen de Boeck offered his resignation as VVV-Venlo coach on Tuesday. The trainer’s stay at the team from Limburg was cut short due to disappointing results.

De Boeck’s resignation took place in the wake of Venlo’s devastating 7-0 loss at Heracles Almelo on Friday. VVV only managed to collect 7 point in 15 matches and currently resides at the bottom of the league table.

“I do not have the freedom to run the team the way I want to run it” De Boeck said as he clarified his decision. “I have made my decision and I am sticking to it, I have no reason stay with VVV Venlo”.

The Board at VVV Venlo declared they regret the trainer’s decision, but they respect his choice. Mario Captein, the technical director at VVV, expressed his dissatisfaction with the recent activities “This is a great loss for VVV Venlo, I am not happy with his departure” Captein spoke in support of the Belgian.

VVV Venlo was the first Dutch team De Boeck has coached, before being signed to Venlo he was active as a Coach in Belgium.

His career as a trainer started as an assistant at Anderlecht. He then moved to Cercle Brugge and Germinal Beerschot where he was let go in November 2010, also due to unsatisfactory results and disagreements with the board.

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