Alfred Schreuder appointed as assistant coach

Alfred Schreuder appointed as assistant coach

Ajax and TSG 1899 Hoffenheim have reached an agreement for Alfred Schreuder’s transfer to Ajax.  Schreuder and Ajax have agreed on the top lines.  The coach will soon sign a 2,5 year contract, until June 30, 2020.  He will be appointed as head coach Erik ten Hag’s assistant coach.

Schreuder (Barneveld, November 2, 1972) played for Feyenoord, RKC, NAC, FC Twente and Vitesse between 1991 and 2009.  During this time, the former midfielder won the championship once in both the Eredivisie and the First Division. He also won the Johan Cruijff Shield and the KNVB Cup.  Schreuder put an end to his playing career in January 2009, and became Vitesse’s assistant coach under Theo Bos.  After six months, he returned to FC Twente.

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In his first year as Steve McClaren’s assistant, Twente won the Johan Cruijff Shield and the national championship.  In 2011, as the right hand of Michel Preud’homme, he won two prizes with Twente once again: the Johan Cruijff Shield and the KNVB Cup.  In 2014-2015, the Barneveld native was the head coach in the Grolsch Veste.  Since 2015, the former player has been assistant coach with the German team TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, in the Bundesliga.

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