July 16, 2024

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DEAL DONE: Club Brugge snatches an important pawn with huge experience at the highest level from the Premier League club – Football News

DEAL DONE: Club Brugge snatches an important pawn with huge experience at the highest level from the Premier League club – Football News

Club Brugge has opted to keep Nicky Hain in the T1 position for the first team. So there are also noticeable transformations elsewhere in the club. The U18 team has also found a new coach and we still know him well.

Club Brugge announced on social media: “Seppe Blundell will be coach of our U18 team this season!” In this way they found their new coach for the U18 team. The former professional footballer comes from SK Deinze.

“Seppi Blondel, a native of Brugge and former Club Brugge youth player, was particularly successful as a professional footballer at SK Beveren (then Waasland-Beveren) and KAS Eupen. He later finished his playing career at KMSK Deinze.”




“Dinzi, where he later managed to get the position of assistant coach. Now Sepe is making the move to the old nest and will prepare the U-18 youth for the next steps,” Club Brugge said in a press release.

The Deinze exodus continues

“He will be assisted by new T2 team Kevin Desliberre. Kevin coached KMSK Deinze’s under-21 team and KSV Oostkamp’s first team last season.” We would like to wish Blundell and Desliberre every success in their new assignment.

Deinze’s exodus will continue. In addition to T1 Hans Somers and T2 Hans Visser, T3 Siebe Blondelle has now also decided to look elsewhere. The 38-year-old former centre-back was a KMSK Deinze player for four years and also played for VVV Venlo, Vitesse, Rot Weiss Ahlne, FCV Dender, Waasland-Beveren and KAS Eupen.

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