Difference between revisions of "Hendrik Pieter de Jongh"

From Pindula
m
 
(One intermediate revision by one other user not shown)
Line 28: Line 28:
 
| monuments          =  
 
| monuments          =  
 
| residence          =  
 
| residence          =  
| nationality        =  
+
| nationality        = Dutch
 
| other_names        =  
 
| other_names        =  
 
| citizenship        =  
 
| citizenship        =  
Line 36: Line 36:
 
| years_active      =  
 
| years_active      =  
 
| era                =  
 
| era                =  
| employer          =  
+
| employer          = [[FC Platinum]]
 
| organization      =  
 
| organization      =  
 
| agent = <!-- Discouraged in most cases, specifically when promotional, and requiring a reliable source -->
 
| agent = <!-- Discouraged in most cases, specifically when promotional, and requiring a reliable source -->
| known_for          =  
+
| known_for          = Taking charge of relegation threatened [[Highlanders Football Club]] to sixth position at end of season and winning Chibuku Super Cup in the process
 
| notable_works      = <!-- produces label "Notable work"; may be overridden by |credits=, which produces label "Notable credit(s)"; or by |works=, which produces label "Works"; or by |label_name=, which produces label "Label(s)" -->
 
| notable_works      = <!-- produces label "Notable work"; may be overridden by |credits=, which produces label "Notable credit(s)"; or by |works=, which produces label "Works"; or by |label_name=, which produces label "Label(s)" -->
 
| style              =  
 
| style              =  
Line 82: Line 82:
 
}}
 
}}
  
'''Hendrik Pieter de Jongh''' is the current [[Highlanders Football Club]] coach. The Dutch Nomad as he is referred to by some was announced on 27 September taking over from [[Mandla Mpofu]] who took over when [[Madinda Ndlovu]] resigned and left for neighbouring Botswana.  
+
'''Hendrik Pieter de Jongh''' is the current [[FC Platinum]] coach. The Dutch Nomad as he is referred to by some is a former [[Highlanders Football Club]] coach after being announced on 27 September 2019 and only lasted till end of the 2019 season after taking over from [[Mandla Mpofu]] who took over when [[Madinda Ndlovu]] resigned and left for neighbouring Botswana.  
  
 
==Background==
 
==Background==
Hendrik Pieter de Jongh was born in the Netherlands.
+
Hendrik Pieter de Jongh was born in the Netherlands.<ref>The Chronicle, [https://www.chronicle.co.zw/bosso-settle-for-dutch-nomad/, Bosso settle for dutch nomad], ''Published 21 September 2019, Retrieved 3 October 2019''</ref>
  
[[Category:Footbalers]]
+
==References==
 +
<references />
 +
 
 +
[[Category:Football Coaches]]

Latest revision as of 15:34, 18 January 2020

Hendrik Pieter de Jongh
Hendrik-Pieter-de-Jongh.jpg
BornHendrik Pieter de Jongh
NationalityDutch
EmployerFC Platinum
Known forTaking charge of relegation threatened Highlanders Football Club to sixth position at end of season and winning Chibuku Super Cup in the process

Hendrik Pieter de Jongh is the current FC Platinum coach. The Dutch Nomad as he is referred to by some is a former Highlanders Football Club coach after being announced on 27 September 2019 and only lasted till end of the 2019 season after taking over from Mandla Mpofu who took over when Madinda Ndlovu resigned and left for neighbouring Botswana.

Background

Hendrik Pieter de Jongh was born in the Netherlands.[1]

References

  1. The Chronicle, Bosso settle for dutch nomad, Published 21 September 2019, Retrieved 3 October 2019