Langeler remains to EK 2019 coach Jong Oranje
Art Langeler will remain until the european CHAMPIONSHIPS of 2019 coach of Jong Oranje, reported the KNVB on Tuesday.
The current head of youth PSV was the past few months, though interim coach of Jong Oranje. He was followed in August Fred Grim on that assistant was Danny Blind at the Dutch national team.
The 46-year-old Langeler will bondscoachschap until the end of this season to combine with his position at PSV. Just before christmas it was announced that Pascal Smith, the current coach of Jong PSV, Langeler at 1 July 2017 will succeed as head of the youth of the Locals.
In the upcoming oefeninterlands Young Orange against Young Finland (march 24), and Young Austria (27 march) is Langeler for the first time since his final appointment at the bank. The matches are in the Spanish Murcia played.
Art Langeler is the new coach of Jong Oranje:
Time of placing
13:01 – 21 February 2017
According to Jelle Goes, technical manager of the KNVB, was Langeler “candidate number one” for the bondscoachschap for Young Orange. “We are confident that Art is the right man to this generation of players to forge a team that is able to qualify for the european CHAMPIONSHIPS 2018 in Italy,” says Goes in a press release of the bond.
Under the leadership of the Grim, and later Langeler, knew the Jong Orange are not to place for the european CHAMPIONSHIPS next summer in Poland. If the Netherlands about two years in Italy the semi-final places for the first time since 2008 for the Olympics.
Langeler looks at Jong Oranje, that will go with a player born on or after 1 January 1996, a sufficient potential to the EK to pick up.
“The netherlands has traditionally a huge talent pool,” says Langeler. “Help them to international experience and the road to a successful career gives me a lot of energy. Of course performance is most important. Placement for the EK is the absolute main objective.”
Langeler was previously coach of PEC Zwolle, which in 2012 he promoted to the Eredivisie. He is said to want to quit as head of youth at PSV because he’s back as a trainer to get started wanted. “I have never made any secret again on the field. And trainer of Young Orange is a beautiful, challenging course.”
The first competitive international competition of Young Orange under Langeler is the european CHAMPIONSHIP qualifier on Friday, september 1, against England. Four days later, a duel with Scotland on the program. Ukraine, Latvia and Andorra are the other opponents of the Netherlands in group 4.