A glittering playing career saw Ronald Koeman ply his trade at the highest level, but he's now an experienced manager and currently oversees duties in charge of the Netherlands national team, following his appointment in February 2018.
A three-times Eredivisie winner as a manager in his native Netherlands, Koeman has masterminded league success at both Ajax and PSV Eidnhoven, while he's also tasted victory in the 2007-08 Copa Del Rey in Spain with Valencia Football Club.
The dual Dutch Footballer of the Year arrived in England in 2014, taking charge of a Southampton with whom he led to back-to-back record breaking finishes - 7th, then 6th. However, he controversially opted to move up to the blue half of Merseyside in the summer of 2016.
|Everton||57||23||14||20||40.4||14 Jun 2016 - 23 Oct 2017|
|Southampton||91||44||17||30||48.4||16 Jun 2014 - 13 Jun 2016|
|Feyenoord||114||65||22||27||57||21 Jul 2011 - 31 May 2014|
|AZ Alkmaar||24||11||4||9||45.8||18 May 2009 - 05 Dec 2009|
|Valencia||34||11||9||14||32.4||05 Nov 2007 - 21 Apr 2008|
|PSV Eindhoven||63||39||11||13||61.9||01 Jul 2006 - 31 Oct 2007|
|Benfica||49||27||11||11||55.1||08 Jun 2005 - 08 May 2006|
|Ajax||151||94||30||27||62.3||03 Dec 2001 - 25 Feb 2005|
|Vitesse Arnhem||79||40||23||16||50.6||01 Jan 2000 - 02 Dec 2001|