|Full name||Michel Boerebach|
|Date of birth||27 September 1963|
|Place of birth||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|Go Ahead Eagles (ass. coach)|
|1982–1987||Go Ahead Eagles||129||(22)|
|1989–1991||Go Ahead Eagles||26||(2)|
|Go Ahead Eagles (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Michel Boerebach (born September 27, 1963 in Amsterdam, North Holland) is a retired football midfielder from the Netherlands, who is the current assistant-coach of Dutch club where he started his professional career, Go Ahead Eagles.
A talented midfielder with Go Ahead Eagels, Boerebach left the club after 5 years for Roda JC and had an unsuccessful spell at PSV Eindhoven. Dutch manager Theo Vonk took him to La Liga side Real Burgos in 1992 , only for him to leave the club after relegation. He returned to Holland to play for FC Twente and a second spell at Go Ahead Eagles. He then played amateur football for DOVO and retired in 1999.
After retiring as a player, Boerebach coached the reserves team at De Graafschap and became assistant manager at Go Ahead Eagles. In February 2016 he was allowed by the Dutch FA to act as caretaker manager of their senior side for a month alongside Harry Decheiver, after Dennis Demmers was sacked.
On 22 July 2003, Boerebach lost both his sons Lesley and Sven in a car accident near Dronten, his then wife Dora survived the crash. A youth football tournament was named in honour of Lesley and a children's farm in honour of Sven. Boerebach later wrote a book about their death, Nooit meer zaterdag (Never again Saturday).
- Michel Boerebach - NRC (Dutch)
- Boerebach rond met FC Twente - NRC (Dutch)
- Boerebach eindelijk weer kampioen - Trouw (Dutch)
- Boerebach naar De Graafschap - Voetbal International (Dutch)
- Decheiver en Boerebach mogen Go Ahead tot 7 maart leiden - Voetbal International (Dutch)
- 'Ik weet dat het nooit meer leuk wordt' - Trouw (Dutch)
- Indrukwekkende opening Lesley Boerebach Talententoernooi - Omroep Flevoland (Dutch)
- Twee broertjes Boerebach, verenigd in de dood. Hoe overleef je zulk verlies? - AD (Dutch)
- 'Je hebt genoeg gehuild' - NU (Dutch)
- (Dutch) Profile
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