Beitar Jerusalem Sunday, Guy Luzon appointed as new head coach. The Israeli ex-coach of Standard Liege, signed a contract for one season with the club chairman Eli Ohana (ex-KV Mechelen).
For the 42-year-old Luzon is the fifth Israeli first division which he will lead after earlier passages at Maccabi Petah Tikva (2001-2007 and 2008), Hapoel Tel Aviv (2007 and 2016-2017), Bnei Yehuda (2008-2010) and Maccabi Haifa (2017). Furthermore, he had also coached all the Israeli promises (2010-2013), he was a season trainer of Standard (2013-2014) and he went for a short period to work for the then organisation of the Rouches, the English resembled Charlton (2015).
With Standard was Luzon vice-champion, after the regular competition, as the leader, to have ended. Also with Maccabi Petah Tikva, he was once vice-champion (2005).
Beitar Jerusalem finished the Israeli league last week in third place, good for a ticket for the preliminary round of the Europa League. The club, which is known for its extremely right-zionist constituency, had in the past Landry Mulemo and Hervé Kage’s on her payroll.