Dean Gorré (50) no longer acts as the national coach of Suriname. The Football Association of Suriname (SVB) reported in a short message on Twitter the departure of the former player from Feyenoord and Ajax, among others.
,,The SVB has taken the decision for ‘motivating reasons’ to dissolve Natio’s technical staff. The SVB expresses its thanks and will now concentrate on setting up a professional league football and a new stadium”, the SVB said.
Gorré returned in the summer of 2018 as national coach of Natio, as the Surinamese team is called. He previously held that position in 2015.
Under Gorré’s leadership, Suriname was eliminated last month in the qualification for the World Cup in 2022. Earlier this month Natio stranded in the group stage of the Gold Cup, the most important tournament of the Concacaf, the football association for North America, Central America and the Caribbean.
Gorré was able to appeal to Dutch footballers of Surinamese descent from the end of 2019. Since then, they have been allowed to play for the Surinamese team without having to give up their Dutch nationality.
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Dean Gorré no longer national coach of Suriname | Sport
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