Willem Geubbels van Monaco naar Sankt-Gallen, Van Ewijk in Beeld bij Sporting

Willem Geubbels van Monaco naar Sankt-Gallen, Van Ewijk in beeld bij


In december 2009, Willem Geubbels, Head of Football at Monaco FC, was transferred to Saint-Gallen FC. Geubbels, who had been with Monaco FC since the club’s inception in 1908, left the French club to take over at Saint-Gallen FC.

Geubbels, who was originally from the Netherlands, had previously played for Feyenoord Rotterdam and FC Utrecht. He was the assistant manager of Feyenoord Rotterdam for three years, and also managed the reserve side for the Netherlands.

Geubbels began his coaching career at Feyenoord Rotterdam in early 2008. He was in charge of the first team for one season, before being relieved of his duties. He then became the assistant manager of FC Utrecht.

Geubbels was appointed head coach of Monaco FC in December 2009. He was given the job after the resignation of Rudi Völler. Geubbels helped Monaco FC to win the 2009–10 season’s Ligue 1 title and the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League. Monaco FC also qualified for the 2014–15 UEFA Champions League.

Geubbels is the second Dutchman to coach Monaco FC, after Stijn Vandermeir.

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