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Jol named as new Hamburg coach

SoccerNews in General Soccer News 14 May 2008

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Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Martin Jol has been named as the new coach of Bundesliga side Hamburg, according to German media Wednesday.

Dutchman Jol, 52, who signed a two-year contract, will begin duties at his new club at the beginning of July.

Jol will replace Huub Stevens who quit last November to return to former club PSV Eindhoven.

Jol joined Spurs in 2004 — where he took the London club to fifth place in the Premier League in the 2005-06 season – and was sacked last October.

Fourth in the Bundesliga, Hamburg are chasing a Champions League place and have been without a permanent coach since Stevens left in November.

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  • andy

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    good luck my friend, thanks for making being a spurs fan exciting again

  • andy

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    good luck my friend, thanks for making being a spurs fan exciting again

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