Erik ten Hag
ten Hag coaching Utrecht in 2017
|Date of birth||2 February 1970|
|Place of birth||Haaksbergen, Netherlands|
|AFC Ajax (manager)|
|2006–2009||FC Twente (assistant)|
|2009–2012||PSV Eindhoven (assistant)|
|2012–2013||Go Ahead Eagles|
|2013–2015||Bayern Munich II|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
As a player, he notably had three stints with FC Twente.
Ten Hag then became the Sporting Director and head coach of FC Utrecht in summer 2015, where he led the club to the fifth placed during his first season. The club also won the KNVB Cup during the same season. In the 2016–2017 season, he improved Utrecht's final position to fourth, booking a place in the Europa League qualifiers.
- As of 6 May 2017
|Go Ahead Eagles||1 July 2012||6 June 2013||39||18||11||10||82||57||+25||46.15|
|Bayern Munich II||6 June 2013||22 May 2015||72||48||10||14||156||63||+93||66.67|
|Utrecht||23 May 2015||27 December 2017||109||55||24||30||199||151||+48||50.46|
|Ajax||28 December 2017||Present||16||12||2||2||35||16||+19||75.00|
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