McClaren back on Twente radar
Wednesday 04 January 2012
FC Twente have insisted Steve McClaren is not certain to return to the club after they sacked head coach Co Adriaanse yesterday.
The 64-year-old Adriaanse, who took charge last summer, leaves on the back of three defeats at the end of 2011, in the Europa League, Eredivisie and Dutch Cup.
Former England boss McClaren won the Eredivisie title with Twente in 2010 but is only one of three names being considered by the club, alongside the former Feyenoord, Hungary and FC Utrecht coach Erwin Koeman.
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