Mattijs Manders is permanently appointed as general manager of the Eredivisie CV. The current manager of ADO the Hague is the successor of Jacco Swart and begins on July 1 his new job.
The fifty-year-old, Manders, was last week nominated as the new director of the Eredivisie CV. His appointment was Monday night ratified during a meeting, where all eighteen clubs were in agreement.
The Eredivisie CV was looking for a new general manager, because Swart June 1, managing director of the European Leagues is in the Swiss Nyon. He served six years as general manager of the Eredivisie CV.
Manders is currently the director of ADO, a post which he since april of 2016 holds. The previous month, as reported in various media that there would be a breach of trust between Manders and United Vansen, owner of ADO.
Also the nomination of Oege Boonstra as a new member of the supervisory board (supervisory board) of the Eredivisie CV Monday was accepted. He inserts himself directly at John Jaakke (chairman supervisory board) and Peter Fossen (commissioner), supported by directors Marco Bogers (VVV-Venlo) and Rob Toussaint (Heracles Almelo).