List of Dutch Premier League managers- Premiership club bosses from the Netherlands

By Soccer Blog | Oct 23, 2017

With Ronald Koeman being sacked earlier today (October 23, 2017), the Premier League will have no Dutch manager in the 2017/18 season after originally starting the season with two- Koeman’s compatriot Frank de Boer was shown the door by Crystal Palace after just 77 days in charge, making him the manager with the fewest Premier League games managed before being sacked.

Koeman guided Everton to 7th place in the 2016/17 season and spent 150 million pounds this summer in reinforcements, but the Toffees board lost patience following their 5-2 home loss to Arsenal over the weekend- one that was the Gunners’ first league win on the road this season, and one that saw Everton drop into the relegation zone.

Since the Premiership as we know it began in the 1992/93 season, eight managers from Holland have taken charge. Here are their names and the clubs they managed

List of Dutch managers in the Premier League

1.) Ruud Gullit (Chelsea and Newcastle)
2.) Martin Jol (Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham)
3.) Guus Hiddink (Chelsea)
4.) Rene Meulensteen (Fulham)
5.) Louis van Gaal (Manchester United)
6.) Ronald Koeman (Southampton and Everton)
7.) Dick Advocaat (Sunderland)
8.) Frank de Boer (Crystal Palace)

Sacked Dutch Premier League Managers

Koeman De Boer Sacked

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