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Ajax appoints Marcel Keizer as new coach to replace Bosz

18 Juin 2017

Ajax has appointed Marcel Keizer as their new manager, following the exit of Peter Bosz from the team.

The 48-year-old led Jong Ajax to second place in the Eerste Divisie last season, but he has now made a step up to coach the first team, signing a contract until 2019, with the option of a further year.

"It's appropriate for Ajax to look internally for a replacement, in the past many coaches have been appointed from within their own club".

"The conversations we had were really positive and I also feel trust from the club", he told the club's official website.

Keizer added: "This is a great opportunity which I will seize with both hands".

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As well as being a Cambuur player, technical director and coach, he also had spells in charge of Telstar and Emmen before returning to Amsterdam.

Edwin van der Sar, the club's CEO, says they are confident they have the right candidate.

The former defender, who began his playing career with Ajax, knows he won't have much time to get used to his new role, as the club are scheduled to enter the Champions League qualifying rounds in late July. I'm now on holiday but will be proud to put my signature to the new contract soon.

Keizer takes charge of Ajax after they finished second in the Eredivisie and reached the Europa League final, where they were beaten 2-0 by Manchester United.

Ajax appoints Marcel Keizer as new coach to replace Bosz