Jean-Pierre Vande Velde

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Jean-Pierre Vande Velde
Personal information
Date of birth (1955-09-10) 10 September 1955 (age 59)
Place of birth Belgium
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1968-1975 Anderlecht
1975-1977 Union SG
1977-1983 Ninove
1983-1986 Lombeek
1986-1987 Vorst
Teams managed
1983-1986 Lombeek
1986-1987 Vorst
1987-1990 Tienen
1990-1992 Anderlecht (youth)
1992 Eendracht Aalst
1993-1995 Tienen
1995-1997 Standaard Wetteren
1997-1998 Standard Liège (assistant)
1998-1999 Strombeek
1999-2002 ZD Oud-Heverlee
2002-2004 OH Leuven
2004-2005 Denderleeuw EH
2005 Tienen
2005-2007 Dender EH
2008 Sint-Niklaas
2008-2009 Oostende
2009-2010 OH Leuven
2010-2012 VW Hamme
2012-2013 Dender EH
2013 Union SG
2014- Temse
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Jean-Pierre Vande Velde (born 10 September 1955 in Belgium) is a former Belgian footballer, currently managing Temse in the Belgian Third Division [1] after being fired from Union SG. [2]

Vande Velde has a managerial career of 30 years, including spells at Belgian giants Anderlecht (as youth trainer) and Standard Liège (as assistant). His major success was guiding Dender EH from the Belgian Third Division into the Belgian Pro League between 2005 and 2007. Other clubs include Oostende and OH Leuven. [3]