Franky Vercauteren

Franky Vercauteren

Personal data

Name : Vercauteren Frank

Surname : Franky

Date of birth : 28.10.1956(60)

Place of birth : Belgium

Nationality : Belgian

Languages : English, Deutch, French

As a Coach

2005-2006 : RSC Anderlecht, Belgian Championship

2006-2007 : RSC anderlecht, Belgian Super Cup Winner

2009-2009 : Belgium National Team Manager

2010-2011 : KRC Genk, Belgian Pro League Championship

2010-2011 : Belgium Super Cup Winner

Qualification for the UEFA Champions League.

2011-2012 : Al Jazira

2012-2013 : Sporting CP

2014-2016 : Krylia Sovetto Samara (Russian Premier League)

Winner of the Russian National League

Palmares as Coach

2005-2006 : Belgian Championship Winner (RSC Anderlecht)

2006-2007 : Belgian Super Cup Winner (RSC Anderlecht)

2010-2011 : Belgian Pro League Championship

2010-2011 : Belgium Super Cup Winner (KRC Genk)

Qualification for the UEFA Champions League.

2014-2016 : Krylia Sovetto Samara (Russian Premier League)

Winner of the Russian National League 

As Football Player

1975-1987 : RSC Anderlecht (367 matchs – 97 goals)

1987-1990 : Nantes (78 matchs – 19 goals)

1990-1993 : RWDM (50 matchs – 4 goals)

Palmares as Player

495 games in D1

63 x European games with belgian national team

5 x European Titles with RSC Anderlecht

2 x European Cup Winners Cups

1 x UEFA Cup Winners

4 x Belgian Cups Winners

4 x Belgian Championship

2 x Belgian Supercup Supercups with RSC Anderelcht

Career

Vercauteren won the five European titles with Anderlecht (two European Cup Winners Cup one UEFA Cups, one UEFA Cup and two European Supercups). He also won two Belgian Cups, four belgian Championship titles and won the Belgian Supercup twice. In 1987, he joined Nantes in France and came back to Belgium three years later to play with Molenbeeck until 1993. While at Nantes, Vercauteren finished twice the championship with the most assists.

International career

Vercauteren played 63 times with the Belgium National Team. He was part of the squad that finished fourth at the 1986 FIFA World Cup, and also featured in the 1982 Wold Cup 1982 and a UEFA euro in 1984. Though he made his national team debut on 16 November 1977 (a 3–0 defeat to Northem Ireland national footbal team) he was not selected for the Euro 1980, where Belgium finished runner-up to West Germany.