Telegraph: Van Gaal has Oranje staff around and signs for a year and a half

The bullet is through the church: Louis van Gaal becomes a national coach of the Dutch team for the third time, reports De Cceit Wednesday evening. According to the morning newspaper, an agreement has been reached by now.
This agreement has been coming for a long time, but Van Gaal and the KNVB have now agreed on the latest details. The technical staff was a stumbling block for some time, but according to De Cceit, Danny Blind, Henk Fraser and goalkeeper trainer Frans Hoek become Van Gaals assistants. This foursome replaces Frank de Boer and his assistants Ruud van Nistelrooy, Dwight Lodeweges and Patrick Lodewijks.
Van Gaal is allowed to live in Portugal, signs a contract for a year and a half and will have to lead the Orange to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. If that succeeds, that tournament is likely to be its last trick. Fraser, who continues to train Sparta for the time being, needs to be prepared for follow-up in the meantime, De Cceit reports.
Van Gaal was a national coach twice before, with varying success. During his first term of office, he failed to lead the Orange to the 2002 World Cup, but he revanched himself twelve years later with a bronze medal at the World Cup in Brazil. Van Gaal left Manchester United in 2016 and has been out of a club since then, but had not finally stopped his trainer career.