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Louis van Gaal – Netherlands

Louis van Gaal came out of football retirement to become the coach of the Netherlands for the third time in his career!

And Holland has already bowed to Van Gaal. The man who took them to the World Cup in Brazil and won a silver medal there, also showed during the previous qualifications that he is ready to do new miracles. No matter that he is in the autumn of his career. Holland is once again playing football in its natural mode of talent, speed and creative solutions. The Dutch sent a very authoritative message to their future rivals at the World Cup in Qatar

First, he insisted on firing the entire previous professional staff and bringing in his associates. Dani Blind, Frans Hook and Fenk Fraser will help him in the national team. He even fired the goalkeeper coach, and the Dutch FA will have to pay compensation to all those people.

Van Gaal is the biggest coaching name in Dutch football in the last 30 years. He was the creator of the famous Ajax generation that conquered Europe in 1995 and took the Champions League trophy against Milan. He discovered Edwin van Der Sar and introduced him to professional football. He launched the then-kids Mark Overmars, Edgar Davids, Clarence Seedorf, Patrik Kluivert, Michael Reiziger, Winston Bogarde... Before them, he affirmed the De Boer brothers, and Denis Bergkamp also “exploded” with him a little earlier.

After Ajax, he worked for three years in Barcelona, with which he won two titles in Spain and some other cup trophies. He discovered the talented midfielder Xavi and gave him a chance to play for Barcelona, as well as the then not very talented defender Carles Puyol. Then, in 2000, he took over the Dutch national team and experienced a disaster. In the World Cup qualifiers in Japan and South Korea, the Dutch were behind the Portuguese and the Irish. And without placement at the WC.

He returned to Barcelona, who chased him away after half a year. But even in that short time, he introduced a young man named Andres Iniesta into the professional world of football. After that, he was the director of Ajax for a short time and many thought that his career was over. But he rose from the ashes on the bench of the tiny AZ Alkmaar with whom, after four years of work, he won the sensational title of Dutch champion in 2009 and launched some young players like Moussa Dembele and Graziano Pele. The feat in Alkmaar brought him a transfer to the bench of the great Bayern. In Bavaria, he brought back the talented Toni Kroos from his loan and promoted him to the team's playmaker, he discovered the young striker Thomas Müller and gave him a chance, and the 17-year-old Austrian David Alaba made his debut with him.

Then he again took over the Netherlands, which was followed by a catastrophic EP in which it did not win a single point in the group. Van Gaal reset the team and in two years led it to a sensational semi-final at the World Cup in Brazil, where it was eliminated by Argentina on penalties.

After the World Cup, he went to Manchester United, with whom he had no success except winning the FA Cup.

When he retired four years ago, it seemed that an end was put to a colorful career. But Holland needs Van Gaal at the moment, and he clearly needs football. The contract with Van Gaal was signed until the end of the World Cup this year.