Wim Rijsbergen in 1978
|Full name||Wilhelmus Gerardus Rijsbergen|
|Date of birth||18 January 1952|
|Place of birth||Leiden, Netherlands|
|Height||1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|1971–1978||Feijenoord / Feyenoord||173||(1)|
|1979–1983||New York Cosmos||86||(2)|
|1986–1988||Ajax Amsterdam (youth coach)|
|1988–1989||DS'79 (youth coach)|
|1998–1999||Universidad Católica (youth coach)|
|2003–2004||Club América (assistant)|
|2005–2006||Trinidad and Tobago (assistant)|
|2006–2007||Trinidad and Tobago|
|2012–2013||Indonesia (technical director)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Wilhelmus "Wim" Gerardus Rijsbergen (Dutch pronunciation: [ʋɪlˈɦɛlmɵs (ˈʋɪm) ɣeːˈrɑrdɵs ˈrɛizbɛrɣə(n)]; born 18 January 1952 in Leiden, South Holland) is a football manager and former defender from the Netherlands.
Playing for Feyenoord Rotterdam, Rijsbergen was part of the Netherlands national football team which finished second in both the 1974 and 1978 World Cups. He later played in the North American Soccer League, for the New York Cosmos. Rijsbergen began his professional career at PEC Zwolle, and ended it in 1986 at FC Utrecht.
Rijsbergen, an assistant to Leo Beenhakker at the 2006 World Cup in Germany, assumed control of the Trinidad and Tobago national team in his own right following the World Cup. As of December 2007, he was suspended by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation for six (6) months, through 4 June 2007 and replaced.
Statistics as a manager
|Indonesia||July 2011||January 2012||11||2||3||6||18.18|
As a player
As a manager
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