FC Cincinnati’s unveiling of former Netherlands participant and longtime coach Jaap Stam as its new supervisor didn’t go easily.
The MLS workforce introduced Stam as its supervisor on Thursday afternoon with a customary graphic saying Stam’s arrival. There was one downside with that graphic, nonetheless. The person pictured was not Stam. The person is Ajax youth coach Tinus van Teunenbroek.
The mixup could be simply defined, nonetheless. Stam continues to be in Europe and has not arrived in america to formally be part of the workforce and meet the employees in accordance with the workforce’s launch saying his rent. His introductory information convention on Friday will likely be by way of Zoom.
And whoever thought they had been including an image of Stam to the graphic picked the photograph from Getty Photos. The 2013 image of van Teunenbroek in a recreation between Ajax and Heracles Almelo identifies him as Jaap Stam. Right here’s the unique photograph and caption under.
The workforce was additionally in a position to deal with the error nicely. After deleting the unique tweet saying Stam, it despatched out one other one with a brand new graphic with a photograph of the right particular person.
Stam, 47, involves FC Cincinnati after a brief stint because the supervisor at Dutch membership Feyenoord. Stam was introduced because the workforce’s supervisor in March of 2019 however resigned in October after a 4-0 loss to Ajax. He was employed because the substitute for Ron Jans, who resigned in February after he was accused of utilizing a racial slur.
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Nick Bromberg is a author for Yahoo Sports activities.
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