Former Tunisia and Southampton defender, Radhi Jaidi, has been appointed as an assistant coach at Belgian Pro League side Cercle Brugge.
The 45-year-old, who also played for Bolton Wanderers and Birmingham City, signed a contract with the Belgian outfit until the end of the season.
Speaking in a statement on the club’s website, Jaidi hopes his experience helps Brugge achieve its objectives.
Brugge said the Tunisia ex-international will “be specifically involved in setting up individual training programmes for the players.”
He is also expected to “prepare the squad for the training sessions and matches daily.”
Jaidi played for Southampton between 2009 and 2012, where he became assistant coach of the club’s under-21 team before progressing to head coach of the under-23.
In 2019 after his stint at Southampton he moved to the American second division to coach Hartford Athletic.
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