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  •   Home > News > Sports > Soccer

    A Dutch football coach is in the rare scenario where he may want his side to lose

    A Dutch football coach is in the rare scenario where he may want his side to lose


    Henk de Jong is the manager of De Graafschap who will play Cambuur on Thursday morning for a spot in Holland's Premier League.

    However de Jong has already agreed to take over as manager of Cambuur next season.

    It means if de Jong's current side De Graafschap win, then he will be coaching in the second division next season.

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