Vitesse named successor Slutsky

Dutch Vitesse announced the appointment of a new head coach. They became the 56-year-old Edward Sturing, in the past, the former defender of the club from Arnhem.

In late November after a series of five defeats Russian coach Leonid Slutsky resigned as head coach. The team is temporarily headed by Joseph Gosling, who previously worked with the youth team. Under his leadership, “Vitesse” won the two meetings, one ended in a draw and not concede a single goal.

But Gosling was not approved in the role of head coach, and became assistant to Edward Sturing, who played in the “eagles” for 11 years. In 1989, Turing was considered the best player in the Dutch League. As coach of Storing entered the headquarters of the predecessor of the Slutsky – Henk Fraser and acting head coach after his retirement.