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Marco van Basten Biography

Full name Marcel (Marco) Van Basten
Birthday October 31, 1964
birthplace Utrecht, Netherlands
Height 188
All clubs of
 Current club Retired
Post Striker
Youth clubs
1981-1982 Ajax Amsterdam
Professional clubs
years Club information Play ( flowers )
Amsterdam Ajax
133 (128)
147 (90)
National team
1983-1992  Netherlands 58 (24)
Coaching period
Ajax Amsterdam


Marcel (Marco) Van Basten (Dutch: Marcel (von Martens) van Basten) Player former coach of the National Football Netherlands.
From 1981 to 1987, for the football match Ajax Amsterdam and then to the Milan trip due to injury At its peak, the team was forced to retire from football.
He played a total of 280 clubs and scored 218 goals. Van Basten also scored 58 goals for the Dutch national team and scored 24 goals for the team .

After retirement coaching career began at first as head coach of the Dutch national leadership of the team in the World Cup Germany 2006 and the Cup Europe 2008 was the then your work with the coaching team football Ajax Amsterdam continues Gave
It should be noted that during his time as a player, he was one of the greatest players of his time and won three times the European balloon, and also in the second round of the world’s best player selected as the world’s highest player of the year. Became He played at Einkevich until he joined Ajax in 1982. He was his first appearance in the teamIn April 1982, he experienced a 5-0 victory against Nijmegen, who scored his first goal for a red-and-white finish. In the game, he entered the pitch instead of the Dutch football legend, Johan Cruyff. In the 1983/83 season, he was in the wings of Wim Keef, who went to Italy’s A Series in the following season at the Pizza Caccio Club .

Van Basten won the Dutch Football League goal in 1984, 1985, 1986 and 1987 , becoming one of the top goalscores of the 80’s. The 188-cm striker in 1986, also scored the goalscorer in Europe. In that season, he scored 37 goals in 26 games. In 1987, in the final Cup Winners’ CupClub of Europe against Aliyev. E Leipzig scored his team- winning goal .


After gaining the honor of being A. E Milan joined, a team in which, along with his compatriots, the Gulf of Rome and Frank Rijkaard, formed the best European football triangle. Milan Van Basten in 1989 and 1990 champion clubs of Europe. Almost at the end of his career, due to a serious injury in the ankle, was forced to rest. The last official game for Milan in the final of the Cup of clubs in Europe against Olympique Marseille on May 26, 1993 did. Immediately afterwards, due to the same injury, he was again forced to rest and not play, but despite much work, he could no longer continue his activity , and eventually retired in 1995.

National team :

Van Basten between September 1983 and October 1992, 58 jersey Team Netherlands national to tons and 24 goals into the opponents goal, the team said. With this team in the 1988 UEFA Champions League Europe rose by 5 goals scored Mr put the competition. In the final match against the Soviet national team , he scored the most beautiful goal throughout the history of football. He snatched the ball from a perfectly closed angle, alongside the cross-country line, over the head of Reinath Dassayev, one of the best goalkeepers of that time in the world to sew the Soviet gates. Titles and achievements:

As a player in the national team of the European Championship: 1988

As the players club to win the Cup Winners’ Cup Europe 1987 championship club in the Netherlands: 1982, 1983, 1985 Cup Mstl: 1983, 1986, 1987 Cup-winning club in Europe: 1989, 1990 Cup Club World : 1989, 1990 Championship in the Super European Championship: 1989, 1990 Championship in Italian clubs : 1988, 1992, 1993 Championship in the Super Cup of Italy: 1988, 1992, 1993

Personal honors :

Mr. Rose Club in the Netherlands: 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 Man of the Year Football Netherlands: 1985 won the Golden Boot UEFA as the best flowers woman Europe 1986’s goals and the best player UEFA Europe: 1988 Man of the Year Football Europe: 1988, 1989, 1992 Mr. flowers series a Italy: 1990, 1992 man-years of world soccer’s 1992 man of the year Football selection soccer Word: 1988, 1992

Activity as coach

Van Basten began coaching in the Ajax Youth Team in Amsterdam in the 2003/04 season.

Netherlands national team

From the date of 29 July 2004, the coach of the senior national the Netherlands. His aide was also a fan of Ahnax, who also worked together on Ajax.

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