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Robert Procureur

Robert Procureur
Personal information
Date of birth (1959-10-17) 17 October 1959
Place of birth Brussels, Belgium
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Club information
Current team
BEC Tero Sasana
Teams managed
Years Team
2001-present Académie JMG Thailand
2006-2011 Muang Thong United (founder and sport director)
2009-present Yadanabon FC (Technical Director)
2012-present BEC Tero Sasana (General Manager)

Robert Procureur (born 17 October 1959 in Brussels) is a Belgian football manager who is currently employed at BEC Tero Sasana F.C. as a general manager in Thailand[1] and is the Technical Director of Myanmar National League team Yadanabon FC.

Coaching career

Four years ago Procureur saw his opportunity to break into Thailand's top football league with a team he has assembled through the academy and his many contacts in Thailand . Amazingly in their first season as Muang Thong United they won Division 2 and were duly promoted . The same success came in their second season, winning the Division 1 which put them into the Thai Premier League in 2009.

Even more astonishingly for such a young club, Procureur's squad has performed spectacularly throughout the season and won the Thai premier league two time in a row (2009 and 2010) .After this new performance he will be certainly the only manager anywhere in the world to have achieved this feat in just four years .As both team manager and joint owner of the team, his hard work has been rewarded in sensational fashion.

He works alongside of his coaching job with Muang Thong United as Technical Director of Yadanabon FC and reach the same performance in Myanmar (champion 2009, 2010 and winner of the AFC president cup) and president of the Académie Jean-Marc Guillou Thailand.[2][3]


  • CHAMPION OF THAILAND 2009 (Thai Premier League)
  • CHAMPION OF MYANMAR 2009 (MNL Premier League)
  • CHAMPION OF MYANMAR 2010 (MNL Premier League)
  • CHAMPION OF THAILAND 2010 (Thai Premier League)
  • AFC PRESIDENT WINNER 2010 (Yadanarbon)


  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^
  3. ^ Académie de football Jean-marc Guillou : un pari sur l'avenir
  1. Why is the Thai Premier League proving such a hit with fans?
  3. Robert Procureur try to sign Robert Pires
  4. Myanmar Times
  5. 8.Sport Magazine.BE
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