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|Full name||Robert René Alberts|
|Date of birth||14 November 1954|
|Place of birth||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|1975||→ Vancouver Whitecaps||9||(2)|
|2002–2004||South Korea U-17|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Alberts started his coaching career in Sweden, then moved to Malaysia where he won the league and Malaysia Cup titles with Kedah FA in 1993. He also has coached in Singapore with Tanjong Pagar and Home United, winning the S.League title with Home United in 1999. Later he coached the youth teams of South Korea and Malaysia.
Alberts took over as manager and head coach of Sarawak FA for the second time in 2011. He had managed the team before in 2008–2009 before going to Indonesia. He held the post until his contract with Sarawak was mutually terminated in 2015, due to poor performances of the team in 2015 Malaysia Super League. During his stay in Sarawak, the team won the Premier League in 2013 and were runners-up in 2011, on both times winning promotion to the Super League. Sarawak also reached the semi-finals of Malaysia Cup in 2013 with Alberts at the helm.
- Winner (1):1993
- Winner (1):1993
Home United FC
- Winner (1):1999
- Winner (1): 2009-10
- Runners up (1): 2010
- Winner (1):2013
- Runners up (1):2011
- Voted Best Coach Singapore and Malaysia
- Best Coach In Torabika Soccer Championship 2016 Indonesia
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- "Dutchman Robert Alberts quits as Sarawak coach in MSL". ESPNFC.com. Retrieved 6 August 2015.
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