KRC Genk sets Dutchman, Stuivenberg as a trainer

KRC Genk sets Dutchman, Stuivenberg as a trainer

Albert Stuivenberg is the new coach of KRC Genk. The 46-year-old Dutchman follows Peter Maes, who on boxing day was discharged.

Stuivenberg has a contract for an indefinite term is signed, so let Genk know on the club.

For Stuivenberg is his first job as head coach of a professional club. The born Rotterdammer was for two years assistant of Louis van Gaal at Manchester United.

This was Stuivenberg been active for many years as a youth coach at the KNVB. The former player of HFC Haarlem and Telstar was coach of Orange under 17 years of age and also had one year Young Orange under his wing.

The last Dutch head coach at Genk was Mario Leg. The current assistant coach of Fenerbahçe was from 2009 to 2011, under contract with the Belgians, with whom he was in his first year the cup is won.

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Genk put trainer Maes on the side on boxing day


Genk decided Maes Monday to dismiss because of the disappointing results. The champion of 2011 after nineteen races on the ninth place in the league.

In the Europa League does Genk it correctly. The team of Stuivenberg qualified for the sixteenth-finals and take it on against Romania’s Astra Giurgiu.

Genk will close Tuesday evening at 18.00 hours the first half of the season with a home match against number seven AA Gent. Stuivenberg will still not sit on the couch.

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