Yves Vanderhaeghe is no longer the coach of AA Gent. The club reported Monday on Twitter that, with immediate effect say goodbye to the 48-year-old ex-footballer.
Chairman Ivan De Witte and manager Michel Louwagie gave a press conference immediately following the announcement, more explanation about the resignation. Remarkably, that was Louwagie after he on Sunday, the grain was taken by the home fans, the hand in his bosom crossed. “I am also responsible. I have made mistakes and will still be there,” he said. “But football is not a linear story. Hopefully take the fans also what we have already achieved in the past years in consideration.”
The White confirmed that the waarding of AA Gent on behalf Louwagie still great. “I would like to inform you that the club only thanks to Michel Louwagie has realized what we in the last few years have achieved.” He is, therefore, not open for discussion.
The training for AA Gent will from now on be led by hulptrainer Peter Balette. “It is clear that we are now looking for a new coach, hopefully they can manage us that in the course of the week,” said White.
The painful thuisnederlaag of the Buffalo’s against Racing Genk (1-5) was for Vanderhaeghe the drop too much. Last season brought Vanderhaeghe the Buffalo on the fourteenth to fourth place in the ranking, but now the Gent only seventh in the standings. In addition, there was the click between the bestuursduo The White-Louwagie and the trainer never.