March 25, 2023

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Frankie Dory Says Goodbye to Zolt Wargem With Video Message: 'For Some It Comes Too Soon, For Some It's Too Late'

Frankie Dory Says Goodbye to Zolt Wargem With Video Message: ‘For Some It Comes Too Soon, For Some It’s Too Late’

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“Dear Essevee’er,” Dury begins his video message. “Today, in mutual consultation with the management, I ended our cooperation. For some, it is too early for others. But let us remember the beautiful moments together. They were many.”

“I now ask everyone to focus on the future, on the rescue, and on the many beautiful years that still await Zulte Waregem. I was able to say goodbye to the management, staff and staff in a very right way. I also want to say goodbye to fans and partners. I wish you all the best. Forza Esve, Thank you for you “.

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Essevee: “There was no sporting change”

Zolt Varegem also provided an additional word of explanation regarding the dismissal of their head coach. The club thanks Frankie Dory for his efforts and farewell to a coach who has achieved an exceptional record of achievement over the past 20 years. “Over the past 20 years, Issei has ascended to the First Division with him, won the Belgian Cup twice, played several European campaigns and became the vice-champion of the Jupiler Pro League.”

With sarcastic and even sarcastic chants, the fans expressed their displeasure from the stands during the 0-2 loss against Al Ittihad last Wednesday. Once again calls were made for Dury’s resignation, which have now been followed up.

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“On an athletic level, SV Scholt Wargem has been falling below targets for months,” Isify said. The Council has been closely monitoring the situation throughout this time and has held several conversations with all parties involved in recent weeks. A comprehensive analysis shows that a change of sporting leadership is essential and the club has reached an agreement with Francky Dury. For some, that decision may come too soon, for others it’s too late. But the sporting change that the club had hoped for did not materialize.”


FAO and Simmons

The board of Zulte Waregem, currently penultimate in the rankings, is convinced that even better results can be achieved with the current player core.

“Davi De Fau and Timmy Simmons, with the support of the current crew, will be given sporting responsibility for this,” the club says. “In addition, the club also expects a response from the entire player core that will lead to better results.”

The duo will start on Saturday with a home game against KV Mechelen (6:30 p.m.). They will provide more information on the situation on Friday at 3 p.m.

The 64-year-old was the longest serving Jupiler Pro League. At the end of 2011, he started a second term with the Flemish West. Prior to that, he coached Zulte Waregem between 2001 and 2010. Even before that, Dury Zultse VV (the predecessor of the Zulte Waregem fusion team) trained from 1990 to 1993 and between 1994 and 2001. Under Dury, Essevee won the Belgian Cup twice (in 2006 and 2017) The club became vice-champion’s side in 2013. The Flemish West will resign as coach of Zolt Wargem after the season.

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