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Jos Daerden

Jos Daerden
Personal information
Full name Jozef Daerden
Date of birth (1954-11-26) 26 November 1954
Place of birth Tongeren, Belgium
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current team
S. du Pays de Charleroi
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1971-80 K.S.K. Tongeren
1980-84 Standard de Liège 150 (31)
1984-86 Roda JC
1986-90 K. Beerschot V.A.C.
1990-91 Germinal Ekeren
National team
1982-84 Belgium 5 (0)
Teams managed
1992-95 K.S.K. Beveren
1995-96 Lommel S.K.
1996-97 Standard de Liège
1997-98 Lierse S.K.
1999 Lommel S.K.
2000-01 FC Eindhoven
2001-04 K.R.C. Genk (Assistant coach)
2004-05 R.A.E.C. Mons
2005-06 Germinal Beerschot
2006-2007 FC Metalurh Donetsk (Assistant coach)
2007 FC Metalurh Donetsk
2009-2010 Germinal Beerschot
2010-2011 FC Twente (assistant coach)
2011 S. du Pays de Charleroi
2012-2013 Újpest FC
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Jozef 'Jos' Daerden (Dutch pronunciation: ) (born 26 November 1954 in Tongeren) is a Belgian former football player and most recently manager of a Hungarian club Újpest FC.


He formerly played with K.S.K. Tongeren, Standard de Liège,[1] Roda JC, K. Beerschot V.A.C. and Germinal Ekeren.

International career

Daerden played 5 times with the Belgian national team between 1982 and 1984.[2]

Coaching career

He coached K.S.K. Beveren, Lommel S.K., Standard de Liège, Lierse S.K., K.R.C. Genk, R.A.E.C. Mons,[3] Germinal Beerschot and FC Metalurh Donetsk. On 3 September 2009 Germinal Beerschot have hired Daerden to replace Aimé Anthuenis until the end of the season.[4] In June 2010 Daerden moved to Dutch champion FC Twente to become the assistant coach to Michel Preud'homme. On 28 June 2011, he signed a one year deal to become the head coach of newly relegated club S. du Pays de Charleroi [5]


His son is footballer Koen Daerden.[6]


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  4. ^ Officiel : Jos Daerden entraîneur du GB
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External links

  • Jos Daerden at
  • Profile at weltfussball
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