Ajax Amsterdam: Schreuder becomes the successor of ten HAG

The former Hoffenheim Bundesliga coach Alfred Schreuder returns as head coach to the newly elected Dutch champion Ajax Amsterdam. This was announced by the top club on Thursday.

The 49-year-old comes from Belgium Club and replaces Erik Ten Hag, who migrated to Manchester United, was a assistant trainer under the Schreuder at Ajax from 2018.

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“Being a head coach at Ajax is an honor and a great opportunity that I could not reject,” said Schreuder, who had switched to TSG Hoffenheim in summer 2019.

However, the Dutch left the Kraichgauer again shortly before the end of the 2019/20 season. Before moving to Bruges in January, he assisted Ronald Koeman at FC Barcelona.

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