The Belgian born Coach, Luc Eyamael has been appointed as head coach of Tunisian club outfit, Stade Tunisien on a two year contract.
The 61 year old Coach has been without a coaching job since his controversial exit at Tanzania Mainland league giants, Young African in July 2020 following his racist rants.
Calling the Tanzania fans as dogs and referring to them as chanting monkeys during a league game.
This forced the Young African administration to make a quick decision to sack the Belgian Coach on 27th July 2020.
South African Football Association (SAFA) in solidarity with the Young African Football Club and Tanzanian Football Federation vowed never to grant Belgium Coach a working permit in South Africa.
And this was evidenced when Chippa United a DSTV Premier Soccer League Club appointing Luc Eyamael in December 2020 and SAFA denied him working permit and hence contract didn’t materialised.
Eyamael’s main task at Stade Tunisien is to guide the team back to top flight football next following their relegation to second tier league last season.
The club is based in Bardo, Tuni, Tunisian and located alongside Esperance de Tunis and Club Africain.
Eyamael will bring his experience on African football after working for several clubs on the continent which includes, AS Vita, AFC Leopards, Rayon Sport, Al Merrikh, Free State Stars and Polokwane City FC.