Martin Jol from Hamburg to Ajax for 3 years contract:
Martin Jol the Dutch gaffer sign three years contract with Ajax to replace Marco van Basten who quit the post after a disappointing season with Ajax lead them third only in the Dutch Erdivisie to qualify to Europa League (replacing Uefa Cup). the Tony Soprano look like man left German team Hamburg after only one year (his contract runs until 2010) with them coaching them in 53 games plus guiding them to Uefa Cup semi-finals and fifth in the Bundesliga.
Ajax is offering me a bright chance, with long-term perspective. I had a great time working for Hamburg, which is a really big club, but after years working abroad I look forward to return to the Netherlands
Jol words after joining Ajax
Martin Jol also coached Tottenham from 2004 to 2007 and was popular among Tottenham supporters but sacked after a string of bad results in 2007-08 and replaced with Juande Ramos at the London club, RKC Waalwijk for six years, and Roda JC Kerkrade. While his playing career he played for Twente, Bayern Munich, Coventry, and WestBrom.
Antoine Kombouare from Valenciennes to Paris Saint German (PSG):
The former PSG defender will be back to his old team as manager replacing Paul Le Guen (his contract ends this season) after agreeing on three years contract. Kombouare guide Valenciennes to 11 place in the French Ligue 1 with one game remain to end the season, he took Valenciennes job since 2005. Currently PSG fifth and expected to play in Europa League next year if they make sure to finish fifth or sixth in the standings of Ligue 1. Kombouare played 5 seasons with PSG (1990-1995) also coached their reserves between 1999-2003 so he is familiar with PSG tense atmosphere which made life so hard on several former coach at the Parisian club.