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02 Aug 2017
Dilürü open for new challenges
After two years ahead of the Dutch National Team, the coach is ready for international experience
More than 10 years in beach soccer, including club and National Team, and a solid knowledge of the game make for Sillie Dilürü’s laudable service records. The Dutch coach, following two years in charge of the Oranje National Beach Soccer Team, is now looking for a new international challenge.
“I want to be part of a project within a strong, competitive division or with a National team. I am particularly interested in joining a team where team building and the development of individual players is expected; a team where I can spend a period of time correcting, adjusting, changing every part so that every move and interaction fits perfectly”, he explained beachsoccer.com.
After kicking-off his beach soccer career in 2007, in his hometown, Zwolle, he has been gaining experience at different clubs such as HTC and Pelikaan Beach Soccer Zwolle or BS Lansigerland, before taking charge of the Dutch National Team in 2015. He has been backing the sport since he got to know it, being responsible for many initiatives in the Netherlands, and after this decade, he feels the time has come to look for another experience outside the Tulips country.
Having accumulated more than 10.000 hours on the sand, having studied all aspects of the game, Dilürü feels ready to take a new step in his career, either at club or National Team level, and looks really forward to put his knowledge of the game to the test in a top-competitive environment.
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