Guus Hiddink is the new chairman of the professional association Coaches Professional Football (CBV). The experienced and experienced Varssevelder as a trainer succeeds Frank de Boer, who gave up the gavel after the European Championship last summer.
The CBV, founded in 1991, represents the interests of qualified trainers and coaches who work in professional football. The board, which will now lead Hiddink, who turned 75 earlier this month, has seven members.
Hiddink, former national coach of, among others, the Netherlands, South Korea and Russia and former coach of PSV, Real Madrid and Chelsea, among others, says he is pleased to be able to use his accumulated knowledge and experience over the years for young talented trainers and professionals. coaches.
“I hope to contribute to the further development of our beautiful profession of trainer/coach,” said Hiddink.
Earlier this month we visited Guus Hiddink to talk about his rich football life for his 75th birthday.