Following in the footsteps of Ronald Koeman comes from Alfred Schrடder’s brother Widesz, who recently left FC Barcelona. He has been active at Arnhem since last summer as an assistant to head coach Thomas Letsch.
Schreuder, 50, previously worked as an assistant at the German club TSG Hoffenheim and the Philadelphia Union in the United States. He only acted as head coach for amateurs.
“PEC Zwolle is a good club with a good vision that is very relevant to me and I am very happy with this opportunity,” Schreuder said. “Of course the club is in tough weather, but I can not wait to start. We will all work together for the same goal: to have PEC Zwolle in Eredivisie!
According to technical manager Mike Willems, Schrடர்der fits “perfectly” into the drawn profile. “He has an innovative football vision, motivation and personality. It gives me pleasure to be able to interact with Dick so quickly that he can stand immediately in front of the team from Friday. So the new head coach is offered at Zwolle.
Langler decided to resign on Tuesday. The 51-year-old coach, who returned to the club last summer, saw “very little perspective” to improve PEC Zwolle’s performance in the short term. Led by Langler, the club, the capital of Overseas, have only won one league match this season against Heracles Almelo (1-0) late last month.
PEC is Eredivisie’s last place with 4 points from twelve matches.
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