Ronald Coman started his coaching career as an assistant in the Netherlands national team. The former Dutch defensive midfielder took over as the head coach of the Netherlands national team in 2016 after visiting various clubs.
From there he went to do his 'dream job' - the coach of Barcelona. But the Catalan club could not succeed. Unemployed after sitting. But Qatar will not have time to sit still after the World Cup, he will return as the coach of the Netherlands national team at the end of the World Cup.
The Dutch Football Association (KNVB) said in a statement today that Koman would take over as coach after the World Cup in Qatar. Current coach Louis van Gaal will step down as Dutch coach at the end of the 2022 World Cup.
He was replaced by Frank de Boye as coach in August last year. Gall himself said last Sunday that he was suffering from bladder cancer.
The Dutch Football Association tweeted the news of Coman's return, "Happy return, Ronald Coman. 2023–2026. '
According to the Dutch Football Association's website, Koman will be coaching the Netherlands for a second term from 1 January 2023 to the 2026 World Cup. The Dutch have reached the final of Euro 2020 holding his hand. Also in the final of the League of Nations.
The 59-year-old former footballer left the Dutch in August 2020 to take charge of Bar. But he was sacked last October due to poor performance.
"I'm looking forward to the new adventure," Koman told the Dutch Football Association's website. About a year and a half ago, the Dutch national team did not leave the responsibility due to any dissatisfaction. The results were good, and the relationship with the players was also good. We will follow this path. "
Dick Advocate stepped down as Dutch coach after failing to lift the Netherlands to the 2018 World Cup. Koman replaced Advocate in February of that year.
"We are delighted to have Ronald back next year," said Dutch football director Marianne von Leuven Koman. We were satisfied with his work and results when he was the coach in the previous term. '