Jean-Marc Jaumin is the new coach of Phoenix Brussels

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Phoenix Brussels has found a successor for Ian Hanavan with Jean-Marc Jaumin. The American was fired yesterday after a 1 in 4 in the BNXT League.

Patrick Ceulemans

Brussels has reacted quickly with Jean-Marc Jaumin. The 51-year-old Jaumin will be the successor of Ian Hanavan at the club from the capital. Until 2006, Jaumin was one of the top players in Belgium as a player and guard. He was successfully active at Ostend, Mons, Patras, Real Madrid and Gran Canaria, among others. With Malaga he won the Koraç Cup. He won two national titles in Belgium and the Belgian Cup three times, was voted Belgian Player of the Year three times in the referendum of Het Nieuwsblad and was also successful as a Belgian Lion.

In 2010 he became coach at Ostend and immediately won the Belgian Cup. In the meantime, he was the sporting boss at, among others, the Dutch Den Helder, the Swiss Lugano Tigers and Geneve Lions. He also worked for Okapi Aalstar and until last season with Den Bosch in the Netherlands. In 2017 he won the Swiss Cup with Geneve Lions.

Jean-Marc Jaumin makes his debut as a coach at Brussels on Friday and on the seventh match day of the BNXT League in Hasselt and versus Limburg United. The Limburgers, who previously sent Sacha Massot as coach, count 0 to 6, the club from the capital 1 to 4.


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