Geert Broeckaert

Geert Broeckaert
Personal information
Full nameGeert Broeckaert
Date of birth (1960-11-15) 15 November 1960 (age 56)
Place of birth Zottegem, Belgium
Playing positionmidfielder
Club information
Current team
RAEC Mons
Youth career
AA Gent
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1978-1991Cercle Brugge336(18)
-Exc. Mouscron
National team
1990Belgium1(0)
Teams managed
Exc. Mouscron (assistant)
Exc. Mouscron (youth coach)
Exc. Mouscron
Exc. Mouscron (youth coach)
Exc. Mouscron
Exc. Mouscron (assistant)
2009 RAEC Mons (assistant)
2009-RAEC Mons
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 16 March 2008.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 16 March 2008

Biography

Geert Broeckaert (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɣeːrd ˈbrukaːrt]; blessed 15 November 1960 in Zottegem) is normally a previous Belgian professional soccer participant and a soccer coach.

Career

Broeckaert was a youngsters item of AA Gent, but in age 17 he moved to Cercle Brugge after his dad had bought off his agreement. He would ultimately stay 13 years in Bruges and play 375 fits for the green and dark team, the next most somebody ever has performed for Cercle. Jules Verriest keeps this record with 492 fits performed. Broeckaert also received the Cercle Brugge Pop Poll three times. This is an archive he stocks with Morten Olsen, Josip Weber and Yves Feys.

Position

He used to be always a technically solid midfielder.

International career

In 1990, Geert Broeckaert played his just match for Belgium, a 0-2 loss against East Germany. This also was the last match ever the nationwide football group of East Germany would play.

Coaching career

In 1991, Broeckaert moved to Exc. Mouscron, where he was supervisor, assistant supervisor and youth trainer. Because of the economic doubt at Mouscron, Broeckaert agreed upon for RAEC Mons, to be assistant supervisor for Rudy Cossey. Franky Vandendriessche produced this same move just a bit previous.

Source
Wikipedia
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