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|Full name||Wilhelmus Jacobus Koevermans|
|Date of birth||June 28, 1960|
|Place of birth||Vlaardingen, Netherlands|
|1990–1993||FC Groningen (Assistant manager)|
|2002–2008||Netherlands (Youth coach)|
|2008–2012||Ireland (High Performance Director)|
|2010||Republic of Ireland U21 (Temporary)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Wilhelmus ("Wim") Jacobus Koevermans (born June 28, 1960 in Vlaardingen, South Holland) was the head coach of the Indian National Football Team from 2012 to 2014 and a former football central defender from The Netherlands, who earned one cap for the Netherlands national football team. He was a member of the Dutch team that won the European title at the 1988 European Football Championship in West Germany, although he didn't play under manager Rinus Michels.
Koevermans played for Fortuna Vlaardingen, FC Vlaardingen, Fortuna Sittard, and FC Groningen. He ended his professional career in 1990. After that he became a football manager, who worked for clubs like NEC Nijmegen, RBC Roosendaal and MVV Maastricht. He was the International High Performance Director of the FAI until he was appointed the coach of India. He resumed his office as the Chief Coach of Indian football team on 1 July 2012. He left the post in October 2014 after India's loss against Palestine.
- "Wim Koevermans" (in Dutch). Voetbal International. Retrieved 2009-09-01.
- "Wim Koevermans appointed new India coach". Chris Punnakkattu Daniel. Retrieved 2012-06-15.
- "Wimp Koevermans announced as the new coach of Indian football team". Live Indian Football. Retrieved 2012-06-15.
- Prasad, Vishnu (2014-11-07). "Heartbreak for Wim". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 16 January 2015.
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