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John van den Brom
John van den Brom
Personal information
Date of birth 4 October 1966 (1966-10-04) (age 53)
Place of birth    Amersfoort, Netherlands Netherlands
Playing position Midfielder (retired)
Club information
Current club Netherlands AZ (manager)
Youth clubs
Netherlands APWC
Netherlands AFC Quick 1890
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1986–1993
1993–1995
1995–1996
1996–2001
2002–2003
Netherlands Vitesse
Netherlands Ajax
Flag of Turkey Istanbulspor
Netherlands Vitesse
Netherlands De Graafschap
225 0(80)
044 00(7)
022 00(3)
099 0(13)
042 00(4)   
National team
1990–1993 Netherlands Netherlands 002 00(1)
Teams managed
2003–2004
2004–2007
2007–2010
2010–2011
2011–2012
2012–2013
2014-
Netherlands Bennekom
Netherlands Jong Ajax
Netherlands AGOVV Apeldoorn
Netherlands ADO Den Haag
Netherlands Vitesse
Netherlands Anderlecht
Netherlands AZ Alkmaar

John van den Brom (born 4 October 1966) is a former professional footballer and a current football coach.

Van den Brom started his career at the amateurs of APWC in Amersfoort before signing as a professional footballer with Vitesse Arnhem, making his debut against FC Eindhoven.

After seven seasons for Vitesse, playing 225 games and scoring 80 goals, he made the move to Ajax Amsterdam, where he played for two seasons before moving abroad with Turkish side Istanbulspor

He returned to Arnhem after one season, and spent another five seasons there before signing for De Graafschap for his last season, retiring from playing in 2002/03.

Internationally, Van den Brom made two appearances for the Dutch national team in two routs: the 8–0 and 6–0 wins against Malta and San Marino, respectively, scoring once.

After his playing career he became head scout of De Graafschap and head coach of amateur side Bennekom, before becoming coach of the second team at Ajax, on 29 April 2004. From 2007 to 2010 he served as head coach of small Eerste Divisie club AGOVV Apeldoorn with impressive results, also winning a place in the promotion playoffs in his last season in charge. On May 2010 he was announced as new head coach of Eredivisie club ADO Den Haag.

AZ
AZ Alkmaar squad - 2020–21

1 Rochet · 2 Johansson · 3 Van Eijden · 4 Vlaar · 5 Haps · 6 Rienstra · 7 Jahanbakhsh · 8 Van Overeem · 9 Weghorst · 11 Tanković · 12 Hatzidiakos · 14 Van der Linden · 15 Til · 16 Coutinho · 18 Bel Hassani · 19 Dos Santos · 20 Seuntjens · 21 Mühren · 22 Ouwejan · 23 Luckassen · 24 Brežančić · 25 Olij · 26 Helmer · 27 Friday · 28 Garcia · 29 Lewis · 30 S. Wuytens ·

  • Manager: Netherlands John van den Brom
    AZ
Current Eredivisie managers

Advocaat (Feyenoord) · Buijs (Groningen) · Fraser (Sparta Rotterdam) · Gonzalo (Twente) · Grim (RKC Waalwijk) · Groenendijk (ADO Den Haag) · Jansen (Heerenveen) · Koster (Willem II) · Lukkien (Emmen) · Maaskant (VVV-Venlo) · Slot (AZ) · Slutsky (Vitesse) · Stegeman (PEC Zwolle) · Ten Hag (Ajax) · Ultee (Fortuna Sittard) · Van Bommel (PSV Eindhoven) · Van den Brom (Utrecht) · Wormuth (Heracles Almelo)

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