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Yves Vanderhaeghe and his technical staff prepare for a new season in Monaco

Under the leadership of coach Yves Vanderhaeghe and technical director Carlos Aviña, the technical staff were guests in Monaco this week. In the Principality, ample time was taken to evaluate the past season and the sporting strategy for 2021-2022 was also finalized. Coach Vanderhaeghe and his coaching staff also took training with the National 2 team, the AS Monaco reserves side.

After, among other things, a visit to AS Monaco's new Performance Center, a visit was also made to the Academy complex. There, Yves Vanderhaeghe, Thomas Buffel, Radhi Jaïdi and Dany Verlinden were given the opportunity to lead a training session. "I was very pleased with the enthusiasm and intensity of the training. We are here this week to see the team's young talents and see if there are opportunities for some of them to play with us in Belgium," said coach Vanderhaeghe afterwards.

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Technical director Carlos Aviña was also present: "The purpose of our visit with the technical staff and Cercle's management was to improve the existing synergies between the two teams. AS Monaco and Cercle Brugge work together and want to improve that bond to further propagate our ideas. The training session with the Academy players gave us a wealth of information about young players who might join us in the future."

The newspaper 'Het Nieuwsblad' followed along on the week spent by Yves Vanderhaeghe and his team in Monaco. Journalist Yanko Beeckman not only spoke exclusively with Vanderhaeghe, but also with Cercle's managing director Oleg Petrov and AS Monaco's sporting director Paul Mitchell.

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