Luc Eymael Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Luc Eymael Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Luc Eymael is a Belgian football manager and a former footballer who currently manages Stade Tunisien.

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Luc Eymael Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 20 September 1959
Birth Day 26 July
Birth Years 1959
Age 62 years old
Birth Place Tongeren, Arrondissement of Tongeren, Limburg, Flemish Region
Birth City Limburg
Birth Country Belgium
Nationality French
Famous As Sports official
Also Known for Sports official
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Occupation Sports official

Famously known by the Family name Luc Eymael, is a great Sports official. He was born on 20 September 1959, in Tongeren, Arrondissement of Tongeren, Limburg, Flemish Region. Limburg is a beautiful and populous city located in Tongeren, Arrondissement of Tongeren, Limburg, Flemish Region Belgium.

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Luc Eymael Net Worth

Luc Eymael has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Sports official. Popularly known as the Sports official of Belgium. He is seen as one of the most successful Sports official of all times. Luc Eymael Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful French Sports official.

Luc entered the career as Sports official In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Luc Eymael’s official Twitter account

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Life Story & Timeline

2020

This January 9, 2020, an hundred photographers were waiting for him at Dar or Salaam Airport. Luc Eymael signs on June 10 in Tanzania to Yanga young Africans. One of the most popular clubs in the country

2019

On 1st of October 2019 Luc Eymael signed at Black Leopards in PSL in South Africa.

2018

On 12 November 2018, the Belgian tactician resigned from his position as the manager of Ea Lla Koto following a second straight loss in the league with a 1-0 defeat at home against SuperSport United F.C.

2017

On 24 August 2017, Eymael joined South African Premier Soccer League club Free State Stars, taking over from Sammy Troughton.In 2018, Eymael guided them to their first cup final in 24 years after they beat Kaizer Chiefs 2-0 in the Nedbank Cup semifinal on 21 April 2018, and then took them to their first title, winning the final 1-0 against Maritzburg United.

2016

Luc Eymael spent eight months working at Polokwane City, he found it struggling and every year lamenting at the bottom halve of the league (precisely between position 16 and 14) fighting relegation battle. The Belgian tactician joined Rise and Shine at the start of the season (2016/2017), helped Polokwane city to end the first half of the campaign in fifth position in the league, the first time the club has reached that high, which made them title hopefuls. He then resigned with rumours citing he is going to join Bloemfontein celtic.

2015

En novembre, il rejoint le club d’Al NASR Salalah, évoluant dans le Sultanat d’Oman, avec un contrat jusqu’à la fin de la saison, le club était mal classé. Luc Eymael par son travail réalisera un bon parcours à la tête des Omanais(10 matches: 7 vitoires 2 nuls 1 defaite) . AL MERREIKH SOUDAN rachète alors le contrat du technicien belge et il y signe fin décembre 2015 . AL MERREIKH vient de faire la demi finale de la Champions League Africaine. Le coach Belge amène finalement le Club à la 2eme position du RANKING Africain donc 2 ème meilleur club du Continent Africain.

On 21 December 2015, he again made a move to North Africa and this time to Sudan where on 23 December 2015, he signed a one-year contract with African giants, Al-Merrikh SC. He began his 2016 Sudan Premier League campaign on 27 January 2016 with a 2–0 win over Merrikh Kosti at the Al-Merrikh Stadium. He helped the Sudanese side qualify for the Second Round of the 2016 CAF Champions League where they narrowly lost on aggregate to Algerian side, ES Sétif. His side was narrowly eliminated on a 2-1 aggregate in the Play-off round of the 2016 CAF Confederation Cup by Moroccan side, Kawkab Marrakech. In all the competitions played by the Sudanese club under the Belgian manager, they managed to win 17 games and played out 3 draws in a total of 22 ties.

2014

On January 2014, he moved to Rwanda where he was appointed as the head coach of Rwanda National Football League club, Rayon Sports F.C.. During his short-spell with the club, his side participated in the 2014 CAF Champions League where they lost on away goals rule to the Republic of the Congo’s, AC Léopards. He was praised for his impressive work in Rwanda as he helped his side secure 34 points out of 39 in the second leg of the 2013–14 Rwanda National Football League. He resigned as the club’s head coach on 30 June 2014, helping his side secure the 2nd position in the 2013–14 Rwanda National Football League.

In July 2014, he moved to Tunisia where he was appointed as the head coach of Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 club, JS Kairouan. He helped his side secure the 8th position in the 2013–14 Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 which was the club’s best ever performance in the top division of the Tunisia in the past ten years.

2013

In April 2013, he moved to Kenya where he signed a short-term contract with Kenyan Premier League club, A.F.C. Leopards. He took charge of the club in April 2013 when the club was struggling at the bottom of the table to avoid relegation to the Kenyan National Super League but by August 2014, the Belgian football manager helped the Nairobi-based club secure the 2nd position in the 2013 Kenyan Premier League, thus helping them qualify for the 2014 CAF Confederation Cup and also helped them win the 2013 FKF President’s Cup.

In September 2013, South African club, Orlando Pirates reached an agreement with the Belgian football manager, but later the deal failed to materialize and as a result.

2012

In June 2012, he moved to Algeria where he was appointed as the head coach of Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 club, MC Oran on a one-year-term contract. Later, in September 2012, due to some financial delays he decided to part company with the Oran-based club.

2011

In May 2011, he moved to another African country and this time to Gabon where on 1 July 2011, he was appointed as the head coach of Gabon Championnat National D1 club, Missile. He helped the Libreville-based club win the 2010–11 Gabon Championnat National D1, which was the first national title won in the history of the club, thus helping them qualify for the 2012 CAF Champions League and also helped his side reach the First Round of the Round of 16 of the 2011 CAF Confederation Cup where they narrowly lost 0–3 on penalties to Algeria’s, JS Kabylie after the tie had ended 3–3 on aggregate. These two particular achievements are the club’s best ever achievements in the respective competitions. In the 2011–12 Gabon Championnat National D1, he had also helped his side secure the 4th position, thus ending his one-year spell with the Gabonese club. He also helped a number of players from his squad earn caps for the Gabon national football team, one of whom later signed a two-year contract with Russian Football Premier League club, FC Rostov.

2010

He first moved out of Belgium as a football manager in 2010 to the African continent and more accurately to the Democratic Republic of the Congo where on 26 August 2010, he was appointed as the head coach of Linafoot club, AS Vita. In his very first season as the head coach of the Kinshasa-based club, he helped them win the 2010 Linafoot finishing at the top just above arch rivals, TP Mazembe and also helped his side win the 2011 Super Coupe du Congo. The Congolese club also reached the Second Round of the 2011 CAF Champions League under the leadership of the Belgian football manager. The Belgian maintained an unbeaten 23-games record with the Kinshasa-based club and later resigned from his position by April 2011.

2002

Luc holds the UEFA Pro Licence, the highest football coaching qualification. He received the UEFA Pro Licence in 2007 and the UEFA A License which he received on 10 September 2002, from the Royal Belgian Football Association. He is also a graduate from the Federal School of football coaching of Union Royale Belge Des Sociétés de Football Association (URBSFA). He also holds the CAF A License which he received from the Tunisian Football Federation on 5 February 2015.

1999

He began his managerial career in 1999 with Lierneux-based Belgian Fifth Division club, RUS Sartoise. In 2003, he was appointed as the head coach of another Belgian Fifth Division club, Weywertz-based, FC Weywertz. In 2004, he moved to Arlon where he signed a three-year contract with Football Club Jeunesse Lorraine Arlonaise with whom he participated in the Belgian Fourth Division and later helped them get promoted to the Belgian Third Division. Later, in 2007, he moved to Spy where he was appointed as the head coach of Belgian Fourth Division club, RFC Spy on a two-year contract. In 2009, he moved to Hamoir where he worked as the head coach of Belgian Third Division club, Royal Racing Club Hamoir and thus ending his eleven-year long-spell in Belgium as a football manager.

1998

In 1998, he moved to Athus where he signed a one-year contract with Belgian Fourth Division club, Royal Sporting Club Athusien. Finally, he ended his career as a footballer in the year 2000, playing for a season with another Belgian Fourth Division club, Royal Football Club Aubel.

1996

Later, in 1996, he signed a one-year contract with UR Namur and helped his side win the 1996–97 Belgian Third Division and hence in promotion to the Belgian Second Division.

1995

He then moved to Hasselt where in 1995, he signed a one-year contract with Belgian Second Division club, K.S.C. Hasselt.

1992

In 1992, he moved to Virton where he signed a long-term contract with Belgian Fourth Division club, R.E. Virton. He first helped his side in promotion to the Belgian Third Division and later in promotion to the Belgian Second Division.

1990

In 1990, he signed a two-year contract with Huy-based, Belgian Third Division club, Royal Football Club Huy.

1985

In 1985, he moved back to Belgium and more accurately to Vaux-sous-Chèvremont where he signed a long-term contract with, along with Belgian Fifth Division club, Racing Club Vaux and in long five-year spell with the club, he helped them in promotion to the Belgian Fourth Division.

1983

He first moved out of Belgium in 1983 to Netherlands where he signed a two-year contract with Heerlen-based, Eerste Divisie club, Sporting Heerlen.

1975

Luc began his professional footballing career in 1975 with the Fléron-based, Royal Star Fléron Football Club with whom he participated in the Belgian Fourth Division and later helped them in promotion to the Belgian Third Division. In 1981, he moved to Ferrières where he signed a one-year contract with Belgian Third Division club, Royale Union Sportive Ferrières.

1959

Luc Eymael (born 20 September 1959) is a Belgian football manager and a former footballer who currently manages Young Africans.

1922

On the 22 th of November Luc Eymael signed a new contract in the premier Egyptian league with Tala el Geish club, and The 1st of June he finished his contract with Tala El Geish . He finished the league at the position number 8 ( best position of the club on the last 7 years ) He managed 20 games he won 8 draw 6 lost 6.