• Mon. May 20th, 2024

Who is Meet Marc Brys : The new coach of cameroon

Marc Brys, 61, is rumored to have taken over from Rigobert Song as the head coach of The Indomitable lions of Cameroon. The rumors add that he will be working with:

  • Assistant coach: Omam Biyik
  • Assistant coach No. 2: Ashu Bessong
  • Goalkeeper coach: Alioum Boukar
  • Team Manager: Dany Nounkeu
  • Physical Trainer: Christophe Manouvrier
  • Press Team: Germain Noël Essengue

No official statement has been issued by the country’s FA ( FECAFOOT)

Personal Life

Born in Antwerp, Belgium, Marc Brys grew up with a passion for football. His journey from the pitch to the sidelines is a testament to his unwavering dedication and love for the sport.

Career as a Footballer

Brys donned the defender’s jersey during his playing days. His club affiliations include Beerschot, Wilrijk, Merksem, and Willebroek. While his playing career may not have made headlines globally, it laid the foundation for his future endeavors.

Career as a Coach

Brys’s coaching journey began at Belgian club Berchem Sport, which he guided to the championship of the Belgian fourth and third divisions. His tactical acumen and ability to nurture talent caught the attention of Germinal Beerschot, a first-division club. Despite having the smallest budget, Brys led Germinal Beerschot to a remarkable 7th-place finish. Against all odds, he steered the team to victory in the Belgian Cup, a historic achievement for the club. Germinal’s participation in the 2005–06 UEFA Cup added to Brys’s legacy, even though they were eliminated by Olympique de Marseille on penalty kicks. In 2006–07, Brys coached Royal Mouscron-Péruwelz, where he was fired despite finishing in seventh place. He subsequently coached in Holland at FC Eindhoven and Den Bosch. In 2010, Brys signed for two years with KV Mechelen. In his first year, the club attained the highest point total in its history. In 2012, Brys managed Saudi club Al-Faisaly FC (Harmah). He reached the semi-finals of the Crown Prince Cup and became the group winner of the Gulf Cup. In his second season, however, he was fired and took over Club Al-Raed for the last four games of the competition. He managed to keep them in the First League with two wins and two draws.

Managerial Statistics

Throughout his career, Brys has managed various teams, each with its unique challenges. Let’s take a look at his managerial record:

  • Germinal Beerschot (July 2003–September 2005): 87 matches, 29 wins, 22 draws, 36 losses
  • Germinal Beerschot (July 2006–June 2007): 35 matches, 14 wins, 9 draws, 12 losses
  • R.E. Mouscron (July 2007–December 2007): 17 matches, 6 wins, 4 draws, 7 losses
  • And more…

Brys’s win percentage, resilience, and ability to extract the best from his players make him a sought-after coach in the footballing world.


  • Berchem Sport: Belgian Third Division (2001–02)
  • Germinal Beerschot: Belgian Cup (2004–05)
  • Individual: Raymond Goethals Award (2020)


Marc Brys’s journey from player to coach exemplifies passion, determination, and a relentless pursuit of excellence. As he awaits his next challenge, football enthusiasts worldwide eagerly anticipate witnessing his magic unfold once again. Remember the name: Marc Brys. A football maestro who continues to inspire generations.


Mbiydze is a web and graphic designer, digital marketer, and founder of a group of companies including CHEETAH CAMEROON, MBIYDZELA DIGITAL and PULSEBEAT ENTERTAINMENT  He is an ambitious entrepreneur with experience in various fields.
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