20. 03. 2020

AUT W: Jan de Brandt takes over the Austrian national team

Source: www.volleynet.at; Foto:CEV

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Austrian women's volleyball team has a new team boss! Belgian Jan de Brandt, succeeded Svetlana Ilic as head coach of the national team.


His appointment is in line with the plans of the Austrian Volleyball Federation to qualify for the 2021 CEV Volleyball European Championship.

A brief summary of the coaching biography of Jan de Brandt

National team:

2005 – 2007 - Belgium W
2014 – 2019 - Hungary W


1994 – 1998 - Trudo Zonhoven (BEL)

1998 – 2001 - Go Pass Lennik (BEL)

2001 – 2005 - Eburon Tongeren (BEL)

2008 – 2008: Marichal Tenerife (ESP)

2009 – 2010 - Fenerbahçe Istanbul (TUR)

2011 - Iqtisadchi Baku (AZE)

2015 – 2016  VDK Gent (BEL)

2016 – 2017: Bursa Belediye Spor (TUR)

2017 – 2018: Fenerbahçe Istanbul (TUR)


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