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Rinus Michels Award

The Rinus Michels Award is an annual prize in Dutch football. It is supported by the official football coaches union ("Coaches Betaald Voetbal"). The award is named after Rinus Michels, who was named coach of the century by FIFA in 1999.[1]


  • Manager of the year in professional football.
  • Manager of the year in amateur football.
  • Youth academies of the year in professional football.
  • Youth academies of the year in amateur football.
  • Overall oeuvre prize.

Winners professional manager of the year

Season Best Coach Club Sources
2003–04 Netherlands Co Adriaanse AZ [2]
2004–05 Netherlands Guus Hiddink PSV Eindhoven [3]
2005–06 Netherlands Guus Hiddink PSV Eindhoven
2006–07 Netherlands Louis van Gaal AZ [4]
2007–08 Netherlands Fred Rutten Twente [5]
2008–09 Netherlands Louis van Gaal AZ [6]
2009–10 England Steve McClaren Twente [7]
2010–11 Belgium Michel Preud'homme Twente
2011–12 Netherlands Ronald Koeman Feyenoord
2012–13 Netherlands Frank de Boer Ajax

Winners oeuvre prize

The following managers have been awarded the oeuvre prize for their contributions spanning their entire career:


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