The 44-year-old Belgian coach has had an extensive coaching career, known for developing youth footballers. After almost 10 years as a youth coach with KAA Gent and FC Destelbergen, he started his senior managerial career with second division KSV Sottegem in 2010. After spending three years in charge and achieving two promotions of Belgian Fourth Division A club K.F.C. Eendracht Zele, Fraeye had a short stint as an assistant to Head Coach José Riga at Charlton Athletic. By his own account, he then continued to work for Charlton’s owner, Roland Duchâtelet as Sport Director for AD Alcorcón. In October 2015, he was announced as head coach at Charlton, quitting the job he then held at Belgian third division club, VW Hamme.