Georges Leekens

Georges Leekens

Personal details
Name : Leekens
Surname : Georges
Date of birth : May 18th, 1943
Nationality : Belgian
Languages : Dutch, French, English, German
As Head coach career

2016-2017 :         Algerian National Team Head coach

2015-2016 :         KSC LOKEREN D1 Belgium

2014-2015 :         Tunisian National Team Head coach

2012-2014 :         Club de Brugge
2010-2012 :         Belgium National Team Head coach
2009-2010 :         KV COURTRAI D1 Belgium
2009 :                  AL HILAL RIYAD D1 Saudia Arabia
2007-2009 :         KSC LOKEREN D1 Belgium
2004-2007 :         AA GENT D1 Belgium
2003-2004 :         EXCELSIOR MOUSCRON D1 Belgium
2003 :                  ALGERIA NATIONAL TEAM HEAD COACH
2001-2002 :         RODA JC Eerste Divisie Holland
1999-2001 :         KSC LOKEREN D1 Belgium
1997-1999 :         BELGIUM NATIONAL TEAM HEAD COACH

As Head coach career
1995-1997 :         EXCELSIOR MOUSCRON DI Belgium
1993-1995 :         RSC CHARLEROI DI Belgium
1992-1993 :         TRABZONSPOR DI Turkey
1991-1992 :         F.C MALINES DI Belgium
1989-1991 :         F.C BRUGES DI Belgium
1988-1989 :         KV COURTRAI DI Belgium
1987-1988 :         RSC ANDERLECHT DI Belgium
1984-1987 :         CERCLES DE BRUGES DI Belgium
Palmares
 1984 – 1985 : Winner Belgian Cup (Beveren - CERCLE BRUGGE)
 1985 - 1986 : Finalist Belgian Cup (Cub Brugge - CERCLE BRUGGE)
 1986 - 1987 : ½ Finalist Belgian Cup (CERCLE BRUGGE - F.C. Liège)
 1987 - 1988 : Winner SuperCup (R.S.C. ANDERLECHT - K.V. Mechelen)
 1989 - 1990 : Champion of Belgium (Club Brugge)
 1990 – 1991 : Winner SuperCup (CLUB BRUGGE - F.C. Liège)
 Winner Belgian Cup (CLUB BRUGGE - K.V. Mechelen)
 1991 – 1992 : Qualification UEFA CupFinalist Belgian Cup (K.V. Mechelen-Antwerp
 1992 - 1993 : Qualification UEFA CUP: Third place
 Winner SuperCup Turkey (Fenerbaçe - TRABZONSPOR)
 1993 - 1994 : Cercle Brugge November : 17th place
 June : 10th place
 1996 : Promotion from second to first division (R. E.Mouscron )
 January 1997 : Qualification for the WORLD CUP '98 in France
 June 1999 : Winner of the KIRIN CUP (Japan - South Korea)

As football player
350 games in DI
40 European games
5 x Champion of Belgium with F.C Bruges
2 x Winner of the Belgium Cup
2 x Finalist of the Belgium Cup
Champion’s League 1977-1978
1/4 Finalist Real Madrid – F.C Bruges ( 0-0 & 0-2 )
½ Finalist Juventus – F.C Bruges ( 1-0 & 0-2 )
Final in Wembley : Liverpool – F.C Bruges 1-0
UEFA Cup 1975-1976
Final : Liverpool – F.C Bruges 3-2
UEFA Cup 1976-1977
Final : F.C Bruges – Monchengladbach 2-3
Belgium National team
16 full caps – 3 goals