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Versleijen joins Ajax – but not as coach!

Jan Versleijen joins Ajax Cape Town – but not as coach!

Posted: 22 November 2012 Time: 9:21 am

Ajax Cape Town have finally roped in Jan Versleijen to their technical team after weeks of delay, but he is not the coach.

Timeline of Ajax coaching saga:

Pruijn eager for coaching reins
Hold-up in Ajax coach hunt
Pruijn to stay on at Ajax – for now
Versleijen blasts 'amateur' Ajax
Ajax battle spills into public domain

In an interesting move, Versleijen has taken over as head of technical affairs – a position that was recently vacated by Jan Pruijn, who has since taken over as head coach.

Pruijn took over as head coach following the departure of Maarten Stekelenburg and Ajax CEO George Comitis reveals to KickOff.com that he will continue as head coach.

"Versleijen has been appointed as the technical manager of the team, that's the position that was vacated by Pruijn," Comitis confirms.

"Versleijen has signed for until the end of the season and Pruijn will continue as coach," he adds.

Article by: Tiyani wa ka Mabasa

Previous comments on this story...

Guilty
posted: 09:26 am
mxm these Kaapste people are clueless; they will get relagated n Sunflops as well.
Anti-Zebra
posted: 09:43 am
I love Ajax Cape Town because they believe in a philosophy and they will stick to it no matter what. They develop their own players into decent footballers but they're a selling club. This is why they can't always be contenders to win the league. But their system is well oiled and they'll always remain in the PSL and their goal to be in the top 8 is an expectation that should be met more often than not.
steff wa likhosi
posted: 09:50 am
as what?
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