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Jaap Stam
Jaap Stam
Personal information
Full name Jakob Stam
Date of birth 17 July 1972 (1972-07-17) (age 47)
Place of birth    Overijssel, Netherlands Netherlands
Height 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)
Playing position Centre-back
Club information
Current club Netherlands PEC Zwolle (Manager)
Youth clubs
1988–1992 Netherlands DOS Kampen
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
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National team
1996–2004 Netherlands 067 00(3)
Teams managed
England

Jakob "Jaap" Stam (born 17 July 1972) is a Dutch football manager and former player who is currently the manager of PEC Zwolle.

Born in Kampen, he played for several European clubs including PSV Eindhoven, Manchester United, Lazio, Milan and Ajax before retiring in October 2007. As well as club trophies, he won several personal awards, including being voted the best defender in the 1998–99 and 1999–2000 UEFA Champions League. He was known for possessing "a rare combination of speed, strength and ball-playing ability", as well as an excellent positional sense.

Stam played 67 international matches for the Netherlands, scoring three goals. He was in their squads for three UEFA European Championships and the 1998 FIFA World Cup.

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Netherlands – UEFA Euro 1996

1. Van der Sar 2. Reiziger 3. Blind 4. Seedorf 5. Stam 6. R. de Boer 7. Taument 8. Davids 9. Kluivert 10. Bergkamp 11. Hoekstra 12. Winter 13. Numan 14. Richard Witschge 15. Bogarde 16. De Goey 17. Cruyff 18. De Kock 19. Mulder 20. Cocu 21. Hesp 22. Veldman

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Netherlands – 1998 FIFA World Cup

1. van der Sar 2. Reiziger 3. Stam 4. F. de Boer 5. Numan 6. Jonk 7. R. de Boer 8. Bergkamp 9. Kluivert 10. Seedorf 11. Cocu 12. Zenden 13. Ooijer 14. Overmars 15. Bogarde 16. Davids 17. van Hooijdonk 18. de Goey 19. van Bronckhorst 20. Winter 21. Hasselbaink 22. Hesp

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Netherlands – UEFA Euro 2000

1. van der Sar 2. Reiziger 3. Stam 4. F. de Boer 5. Zenden 6. Seedorf 7. Cocu 8. Davids 9. Kluivert 10. Bergkamp 11. Overmars 12. van Bronckhorst 13. Konterman 14. van Vossen 15. Bosvelt 16. R. de Boer 17. van Hooijdonk 18. de Goey 19. Numan 20. Winter 21. Makaay 22. Westerveld

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Netherlands – UEFA Euro 2004

1. van der Sar 2. Reiziger 3. Stam 4. Bouma 5. van Bronckhorst 6. Cocu 7. van der Meyde 8. Davids 9. Kluivert 10. van Nistelrooy 11. van der Vaart 12. Makaay 13. Westerveld 14. Sneijder 15. F. de Boer 16. Overmars 17. van Hooijdonk 18. Heitinga 19. Robben 20. Seedorf 21. Bosvelt 22. Zenden 23. Waterreus

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