Club Brugge has a new coach! Englishman Scott Parker must guide blue-black to new successes

Club Brugge did not wait long after the dismissal of Carl Hoefkens to introduce its new coach. Blue and Black teams up with Scott Parker. The 42-year-old Englishman has been without a club since the start of this season after being thanked for services rendered at Bournemouth. Parker will be able to lead his first training session on Monday.

Jens Jacobs

What has been in the air for a while has just been made official. Club Brugge has found a successor to the dismissed Carl Hoefkens in Scott Parker. Parker already knew a lot of highs and lows in his short period as head coach.

He has already celebrated promotion to the Premier League twice (once with Fulham and once with Bournemouth). But his period in the English top division was not a success as a coach. With Fulham he immediately dropped and at Bournemouth he was kicked out after four games, although that was also due to disagreements with the board.

As a player, Parker can present a nice palmares. The former midfielder was active at Chelsea, Tottenham, Newcastle, Fulham and West Ham, among others. Also collected 18 caps for the England national team.

Club can thus bring in Parker as a free coach. Parker is expected next week at the Belfius Base Camp where blue and black will introduce the Englishman. Just in time to make his mark on the squad. After all, the clash with Racing Genk is already on the program next Sunday.

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