KV Kortrijk has a hold of its new trainer: Edward Still signs for two seasons with the Guys


KV Kortrijk has got hold of its new trainer. Edward Still becomes the Veekaa’s new trainer. The 32-year-old Still signs a two-year contract with the West Flemish club.

On Monday, Still will lead his first practice with the Dudes. He then takes over from Joseph Akpala, who had been appointed as interim coach at the Guldenspors Stadium since mid-June.

For Edward Still, it is his third club as head coach in the Jupiler Pro League. In the summer of 2021, he started his career at Charleroi. He led the Carolos to sixth place in his debut season. Last season he was the trainer of Eupen. Second days after the preservation, the Pandas announced that their partnership with Still was coming to an end.

With the appointment of Edward Still, Union is the only club in the Jupiler Pro League that is still looking for a trainer.

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