13 Facts About Andries Jonker


Andries Jonker is the Netherlands women's national football team manager and former player.

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Andries Jonker began his career managing at side DRC Amsterdam II in 1988.

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Andries Jonker eventually held on to this role for seven years altogether.

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In July 2004, Andries Jonker was appointed as the manager of club MVV Maastricht.

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Andries Jonker stayed on as manager of the club for another season only to leave the side in February 2009.

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Andries Jonker then joined Bayern Munich as an assistant to Louis van Gaal in July 2009.

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Wherein this role, Andries Jonker won with Bayern the double of the Bundesliga and the DFB-Pokal of 2010.

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Andries Jonker then took over the side in April 2011 on an interim basis until the end of that season.

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Andries Jonker joined up with VfL Wolfsburg soon afterward, thus staying in the Bundesliga.

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Andries Jonker again linked up with Wolfsburg so as to be appointed as the club's new first-team manager in February 2017.

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Exactly seven years after his first appointment as assistant coach at VfL Wolfsburg, Andries Jonker signed a two-year contract with Eerste Divisie club SC Telstar.

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At the club from Velsen-Zuid, Andries Jonker was appointed as head coach and technical director, succeeding Mike Snoei and Piet Buter who left for De Graafschap.

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On 24 August 2022, Andries Jonker was appointed as the new Netherlands women's national team boss replacing Mark Parsons who was sacked after the team's poor performance at Euro 2022.

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