After the last Syring match in 2021, the club and Jordi Condom announced that the two sides were separated.
“In Syring I didn’t have the ingredients to make a good dish. The team lacks good infrastructure for elite competition,” Condom said after his resignation.
Waasland-Beveren is now giving condoms a new chance in Belgium. “Jordi has a proven track record in Belgian football and has always been on the shortlist of potential candidates,” said CEO Antoine Gopin.
“Once Jordi became available, we tried to move quickly to convince him of the strengths of our project. We are delighted that he has joined us and wish him all the best on our journey together.”
Condom wants to jump right in: “We are now in an important part of the season with the winter break and the transition period. So we have to start right away to support Mark (Schneider, coach) and the staff as best we can to prepare. In the second part of the competition.”
Waasland-Beveren is second in 1B, 10 points behind leader Westerlo. On January 23, Wase Club will resume competition against Red Lantern Virton.
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