Former Manchester United coach returns to management for the first time since 2016
Former Manchester United football club of England manager, Louis Van Gaal has earlier today been appointed as the new head coach of Netherlands national team with all agreement completed and all official statement confirmed.
This was officially released by the Netherlands as they confirmed the 69 years old iconic manager as their new national coach.
Louis Van Gaal latest appointment to be in charge of the Netherlands national team ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup makes it his third stints for the OnsOranje (2000-2002, 2012-2014 and now 2021).
He has now become the 4th manager in history to manage the OnsOranje in three or more different era.
Only four managers have had 3+ stints as national team head coach of Netherlands:
Louis Van Gaal.
Louis Van Gaal’s record as Netherlands manager:
Louis Van Gaal with this latest development will now be taking over from Frank de Boer as his first managerial role since May 2016 when he left Manchester United.
He will now be hoping to rebuild the team making use of his vast experience gathered thus far since his managerial career which kick-started way back in 1991 having managed top clubs across Europe like Ajax Amsterdam, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Manchester United among others.
Congratulations to the iconic gaffer and wishing him success ahead in his new role as Netherlands manager.