Three weeks after his dismissal at Anderlecht, Felice Mazzù returns to Charleroi to succeed Edward Still

Felice Mazzù wasted no time: three weeks after being fired at Anderlecht, he is the successor to Edward Still as the new coach of Charleroi. Sporting announced that the two parties had reached an agreement.

He will take over the carolo group from November 28 and has signed a permanent contract. It is therefore Frank Defays, who has been acting since the departure of Edward Still, who will coach the Zebras for the meeting in Mechelen this Saturday evening.

Between 2013 and 2019, Felice Mazzù spent six seasons at Charleroi as head coach, with three appearances in the playoffs 1 and a record of 108 wins, 66 shares and 85 losses. He also won the Raymond Trophy Goethals for best coach with the Zebras in 2018.

In 2019, he left Charleroi for Genk but was dismissed after five months in Limburg, for lack of results. Mazzu then bounced back to Union Saint-Gilloise, which he led to the D1B title during the 2020-2021 season and then to a surprising 2nd place behind Club Brugge last season.

Last summer, Mazzu took over from Vincent Kompany in Anderlecht but was dismissed on October 24 when the Mauves were 12th with 16 points out of 42 after 14 days and a Clasico stopped at Standard by the fault of the supporters anderlechtois unhappy while their team was trailing 3-1.


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