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Bart Verhaeghe talks about Nicky Hain remaining as coach of Club Brugge and makes fun of Ronnie Deila - Football News

Bart Verhaeghe talks about Nicky Hain remaining as coach of Club Brugge and makes fun of Ronnie Deila – Football News

And with the performance of Club Brugge, Nicky Hain is gradually ensuring that Bart Verhaegh can no longer ignore him when appointing the new coach. The Chairman of the Board of Directors responds to the performance of the interim coach. And making fun of Ronnie Della is not far away.

I have to say: Aside from the one-of-a-kind Conference League semi-final, Nicky Hayne is simply the right man in the right place. Interim boss has once again turned Club Brugge into a gang of visiting lions. Under Ronnie Deila they were fairly tame lambs.

“You've read a lot about us in recent weeks,” says Bart Verhaeghe. latest news. “I've been in football for a while. Perception is often just a fad today. However, the crux of the matter is that we have very good footballers.”

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“The players have proven it on the pitch in recent weeks,” the Blue-Black boss said. “Club Brugge is much stronger than one man. And certainly more than one coach. It is important to look for a coach who fits the story and can work with the professionals around him. This is certainly not always the case.”

So Verhaeghe is very clearly making fun of Ronnie Deila. “Sometimes coaches arrive here and think they are the only leader and can decide everything. That is not the case with us. The coach does his job and defines a clear line of play. But these lines of play must also be defined Club Brugge.”

Will Nicky Hain remain coach of Club Brugge next season?

“Nicky does it very well,” concludes Verhaeghe. “He is working with all the knowledge available here and discussing his options. Again: Club Brugge is not a one-man show. What does the future look like? We will determine that in the coming weeks. But it certainly looks good.”

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