Frank Vercauteren and Vincent Euvrard have their contract as trainersduo at Oud-Heverlee Leuven extended by three years to mid-2022. That was announced by the club from the Proximus League Tuesday on its website.
At the beginning of February began Euvrard as a head coach in the OHL, Vercauteren as his sporting advisor. They took over from the Englishman Nigel Pearson, with whom the people from louvain take on the edge of the relegation to the amateur football had arrived. Finally, OHL under Euvrard and Vercauteren relatively easy to save, and won the Play-off III.
Euvrard and Vercauteren signed an initial contract of just a few months with preservation as the only goal, but to renew now so their commitment in Leuven, belgium, with three seasons. “We are satisfied that we have excellent cooperation with Frank and Vincent can continue”, says CEO Peter Willems. “We rely on the fact that this duo can go further on the path to our common goal to achieve.”
OHL can since the advent mid-2017 of the Thai transferee is a King Power, also owns the English Leicester City, count on significantly more financial resources. Provisionally, this resulted not in better athletic results.