Georges Leeskens – the Other Great Man Who Wants to Coach Togo!

We were speaking of the enthusiasm of Togolese supporters since the announcement of the application of Lothar Matthaus to lead the Hawks of Togo. Here is a name that should not leave indifferent the purists. Georges Leeskens, big name in Belgian football is among the applicants.

According to our information, Georges Leeskens also filed his candidacy to become the next coach of Togo. Besides a professional playing career filled (Sporting Houthalen, St- Nicolas SK) and 5 titles as champion of Belgium with Brugge FC, he especially built a reputation as a coach. Leeskens (16 selections A) has led twice the Red Devils of Belgium. Especially in 1997 and 1999 with a qualification for the 1998 World Cup and since 2010 when he joined the staff of Marc Wilmots and member of the National Technical Directorate.

Didier Six has a challenge!

Connoisseur of the Belgian championship, Leeskens also led several clubs in the Jupiler Pro League (SC Charleroi, SC Lokeren Gent, among others) and tried an aenture in Saudi Arabia as Al Hilal head. For his unique experience in Africa,” the Belgian coach of the year in 1990Prime was coach of the Desert Foxes of Algeria between 2002 and 2003.

The call for applications to lead the Hawks of Togo has stimulated managers around the globe. Noel Tosi, Jean- Michel Cavalli, Franck Dumas, Henk Ten Cate, Hubert Velud, Raoul Savoy, among others are in the starting blocks to succeed Didier Six who does not preclude a return.

Source : Africa Top Sports