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Johannes Nicolaas "John" van 't Schip (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈdʒɔn vɑn‿ət ˈsxɪp]; born 30 December 1963) is a Dutch Canadian and former Dutch international footballer, who played as a winger. He is the current manager of Eredivisie
Eredivisie
side PEC Zwolle
PEC Zwolle
in the Netherlands.

Contents

1 Early life 2 Club career 3 International career 4 Coaching career

4.1 Melbourne Heart 4.2 Guadalajara 4.3 Return to Melbourne City

5 Personal life 6 Coaching record 7 Honours

7.1 Player

7.1.1 Club 7.1.2 International

7.2 Manager

8 References 9 External links

Early life[edit] Van 't Schip was born in Fort St. John, British Columbia, and was raised in Powell River, British Columbia, where he grew up playing youth football in the small community before his family moved back to the Netherlands
Netherlands
in 1972. Club career[edit] Van 't Schip began his career in the Ajax youth academy. Debuting for the first team in December 1981, he would spend the next 11 seasons with the club. During this period he became league champion in 1982, 1983, 1985, and 1990, and cup champion in 1983, 1986 and 1987. He also helped Ajax win the 1987 European Cup Winners' Cup and the 1992 UEFA Cup. After Ajax's UEFA Cup victory, he was bought by Italian team Genoa, where he played four seasons before finishing his career. He helped the club to lift the 1996 Anglo-Italian Cup. International career[edit] On the international level, Van 't Schip, a member of the Dutch squad at the 1983 FIFA World Youth Championship, was capped 41 times and scored two goals for the Dutch national team. His debut came against Scotland in April 1986, and his final match was a Euro qualifying match against Belarus in June 1995. Van 't Schip featured in the Euro 1988, 1990 FIFA World Cup
1990 FIFA World Cup
and Euro 1992 tournaments. Coaching career[edit] After retiring, Van 't Schip became a youth coach for Ajax and manager for FC Twente. From August 2004 he assisted Marco van Basten
Marco van Basten
in coaching the Dutch national team, until Van Basten left the position of head coach following Euro 2008. Van 't Schip followed Van Basten to Ajax, becoming assistant coach with Rob Witschge, for the 2008–09 season.[2] On 6 May 2009, after Marco van Basten's resignation, he was named as the interim head coach of Ajax and coached the club till the end of the season. Melbourne Heart[edit] He was signed by Australian A-League club Melbourne Heart
Melbourne Heart
on 12 October 2009, to be their inaugural coach for the 2010–11 season.[3] On 1 February 2012, Van 't Schip announced that he would be leaving the Melbourne Heart
Melbourne Heart
at the end of the 2011–12 season, citing personal reasons for his decision.[4] Van't Schip took Heart to their first finals appearance in their second season.[5] Van 't Schip had a major role in the development of Melbourne Heart.[6] Guadalajara[edit] On April 2012, Guadalajara announced, through its Twitter account, that Van 't Schip would be the new coach of the club. Van 't Schip was recommended by his fellow countryman Johan Cruyff, who was working at that moment in a project with the club. Van 't Schip's first competitive game was against Toluca, in which the Chivas lost 2–1.[7] Van 't Schip was relieved of his duties as coach of Chivas a few days before the start of the Clausura 2013 Season. He was replaced by former Chivas coach Benjamin Galindo. Return to Melbourne City[edit] On 30 December 2013, following 17 winless games by Melbourne Heart
Melbourne Heart
and the early termination of John Aloisi's contract, Melbourne Heart appointed Van 't Schip as the coach until the end of the season.[8] On 19 March 2014, after 11 matches coaching the club, including a seven-match unbeaten run, Van 't Schip signed a three-year contract with the club (who would be renamed Melbourne City FC
Melbourne City FC
in June 2014), through to the end of the 2016–17 season.[9] On 3 January 2017, Van 't Schip resigned as Melbourne City manager to return to the Netherlands
Netherlands
to help care for his terminally-ill father.[10] Personal life[edit] In addition to his native Dutch, Van 't Schip can also speak English and Spanish.[11][12] Coaching record[edit]

As of 17 May 2017

Team From To Record

G W D L Win %

Twente July 2001 June 2002 7001340000000000000♠34 7001100000000000000♠10 7001120000000000000♠12 7001120000000000000♠12 07001294100000000000♠29.41

Ajax (interim) May 2009 May 2009 7000100000000000000♠1 7000100000000000000♠1 5000000000000000000♠0 5000000000000000000♠0 7002100000000000000♠100.00

Melbourne Heart October 2009 April 2012 7001580000000000000♠58 7001170000000000000♠17 7001210000000000000♠21 7001200000000000000♠20 07001293100000000000♠29.31

Guadalajara April 2012 November 2012 7001190000000000000♠19 7000700000000000000♠7 7000600000000000000♠6 7000600000000000000♠6 07001368400000000000♠36.84

Melbourne Heart
Melbourne Heart
/ Melbourne City January 2014 January 2017 7001980000000000000♠98 7001430000000000000♠43 7001220000000000000♠22 7001330000000000000♠33 07001438800000000000♠43.88

Total 7002210000000000000♠210 7001780000000000000♠78 7001610000000000000♠61 7001710000000000000♠71 07001371400000000000♠37.14

1.^ Includes League, Liguilla, Copa MX and CONCACAF Champions League.

Honours[edit] Player[edit] Club[edit]

Ajax

Eredivisie: 1981–82, 1982–83, 1984–85, 1989–90 KNVB Cup: 1982–83, 1985–86, 1986–87 European Cup Winners' Cup: 1986–87 UEFA Cup: 1991–92

Genoa

Anglo-Italian Cup: 1995–96

International[edit]

Netherlands

UEFA European Championship: 1988

Manager[edit]

Melbourne City FC

FFA Cup: 2016

References[edit]

^ the team was known as Melbourne Heart
Melbourne Heart
prior to 2014 ^ Marco van Basten
Marco van Basten
new coach Ajax Archived 1 March 2008 at the Wayback Machine.. ajax.nl (22 February 2008) ^ Grant, Robert. (12 October 2009) Foxsports – Heart get their Dutchman. Foxsports.com.au. Retrieved on 4 January 2013. ^ Gatt, Ray (1 February 2012). "The Australian – Melbourne Heart coach John van't Schip to quit A-League club". The Australian.  ^ Proud Heart coach John van't Schip sails into sunset. Herald Sun (2 April 2012) ^ "Van 't Schip leaves legacy of youth". The Age. 28 April 2012.  ^ Van't Schip, nuevo técnico de Chivas RÉCORD Archived 23 April 2012 at the Wayback Machine.. Record.com.mx (21 April 2012). Retrieved on 4 January 2013. ^ " Melbourne Heart
Melbourne Heart
FC appoint John van't Schip as Head Coach". Football Federation Australia. 30 December 2013.  ^ "John van't Schip Reappointed Head Coach". Football Federation Australia. 19 March 2014.  ^ "John van't Schip resigns as Melbourne City coach". The World Game. Special
Special
Broadcasting Service. Retrieved 3 January 2017.  ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qW7nRsoxOCE ^ http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-sport/villas-nofuss-aleague-arrival-20141006-3hdhi.html

External links[edit]

knvb.nl (in Dutch) ajax.nl (in Dutch) John van 't Schip
John van 't Schip
at Wereld van Oranje (in Dutch) John van 't Schip
John van 't Schip
at National-Football-Teams.com

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PEC Zwolle
PEC Zwolle
– current squad

1 Boer 2 Van Polen (c) 3 Freire 4 Marcellis 5 Koppers 6 Saymak 7 Mokhtar 8 Marinus 9 Parzyszek 10 Nijland 11 Ondaan 13 Sandler 14 Israelsson 16 Van der Hart 19 Dekker 20 Ehizibue 21 Namli 23 Bakker 24 Ligeon 28 Benschop 29 Van Looy 30 R. Thomas 34 Van Wijnen 40 Hauptmeijer 45 Bruintjes Manager: Van 't Schip

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Eredivisie
Eredivisie
managers

Van den Brom (AZ) Van Bronckhorst (Feyenoord) Cocu (PSV) Faber (FC Groningen) Fraser (Vitesse) Van der Gaag (Excelsior) Groenendijk (ADO Den Haag) Hake (FC Twente) Ten Hag (Ajax) De Jong (FC Utrecht) Van de Looi (Willem II) Molenaar (Roda JC) Pastoor (Sparta) Van 't Schip (PEC Zwolle) Stegeman (Heracles Almelo) Steijn (VVV) Streppel (SC Heerenveen) Vreven (NAC)

Netherlands
Netherlands
squads

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Netherlands
Netherlands
squad – UEFA Euro 1988
UEFA Euro 1988
winners (1st title)

1 Van Breukelen 2 Van Tiggelen 3 Troost 4 R. Koeman 5 Winter 6 Van Aerle 7 Vanenburg 8 Mühren 9 Bosman 10 Gullit (c) 11 Van 't Schip 12 Van Basten 13 E. Koeman 14 Kieft 15 Koevermans 16 Hiele 17 Rijkaard 18 Suvrijn 19 Krüzen 20 Wouters Coach: Michels

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Netherlands
Netherlands
squad – 1990 FIFA World Cup

1 Van Breukelen 2 Van Aerle 3 Rijkaard 4 R. Koeman 5 Van Tiggelen 6 Wouters 7 E. Koeman 8 Vanenburg 9 Van Basten 10 Gullit (c) 11 Witschge 12 Kieft 13 Rutjes 14 Van 't Schip 15 Roy 16 Hiele 17 Gillhaus 18 Fraser 19 Van Loen 20 Winter 21 Blind 22 Menzo Coach: Beenhakker

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Netherlands
Netherlands
squad – UEFA Euro 1992
UEFA Euro 1992
semi-finalists

1 Van Breukelen 2 Van Aerle 3 Van Tiggelen 4 Koeman 5 Blind 6 Wouters 7 Bergkamp 8 Rijkaard 9 Van Basten 10 Gullit (c) 11 Van 't Schip 12 Kieft 13 Menzo 14 Witschge 15 Winter 16 Bosz 17 De Boer 18 Jonk 19 Viscaal 20 Roy Coach: Michels

John van 't Schip
John van 't Schip
managerial positions

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FC Twente
FC Twente
– managers

Donnenfeld (1965–66) Rijvers (1966–72) Kohn (1972–79) Hollink (1979–81) Groener (1981–82) Kohn (1982–83) Korbach (1983–86) Rijvers (1986–87) Vonk (1987–92) Baan (1992–94) Ten Donkelaar (1994–95) Rutten (1995–96) Meyer (1996–99) Rutten (1999–2001) Van 't Schip (2001–02) Vandereycken (2002–04) Coolen (2004–06) Van Staa (2006) Rutten (2006–08) McClaren (2008–10) Preud'homme (2010–11) Adriaanse (2011–12) McClaren (2012–13) Jansen (2013–14) Schreuder (2014–15) Hake (2015–17) Verbeek (2017–)

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Jong Ajax
Jong Ajax
– managers

Olde Riekerink (1999–2002) Van 't Schip (2002–04) Van Basten (2003–04) Van den Brom (2004–07) Winter (2007–08) Koster (2008–09) Huistra (2009) Grim (2009–10) Roy & Van der Dussen (2010) Vink (2011–13) Groenendijk (2013–14) Ulderink (2014–16) Keizer (2016–17) Reiziger (2017–)

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AFC Ajax
AFC Ajax
– managers

Kirwan (1910–15) Reynolds (1915–25) Rose (1925–26) Castle (1927–28) Reynolds (1928–40) Halpern (1940–41) Volkers (1941–42) Van Kol (1942–45) Reynolds (1945–47) Smith (1947–48) Crook (1948–50) Thomson (1950–53) Crook (1953–54) Humenberger (1954–59) Buckingham (1959–61) Spurgeon (1961–62) Gruber (1962–63) Rowley (1963–64) Buckingham (1964–65) Michels (1965–71) Kovács (1971–73) Knobel (1973–74) Haarms (a.i.) (1974) Kraay (1974–75) Michels (1975–76) Ivić (1976–78) Brom (1978–79) Beenhakker (1979–81) De Mos (1981) Linder (1981–82) De Mos (1982–85) Kohn, Bruins Slot & Van der Hart (1985) Cruijff (1985–88) Kohn (1988) Linder (1988) Kohn, Haarms & Hulshoff (1988–89) Beenhakker (1989–91) Van Gaal (1991–97) Olsen (1997–98) Wouters (1998–2000) Westerhof (2000) Adriaanse (2000–01) Koeman (2001–05) Blind (2005–06) Ten Cate (2006–07) Koster (2007–08) Van Basten (2008–09) Van 't Schip (a.i.) (2009) Jol (2009–10) De Boer (2010–16) Bosz (2016–17) Keizer (2017) Reiziger (a.i.) (2017) Ten Hag (2018–)

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Melbourne Heart
Melbourne Heart
FC – Head coaches

Van 't Schip (2009–12) Aloisi (2012–13) Van 't Schip (2013–14)

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Club Deportivo Guadalajara
Club Deportivo Guadalajara
– managers

Prieto (1943) Tamayo (1943–45) Ávila (1945) Fernández Troncoso (1946) Orth (1946–49) Prieto (1949–50) Reaside (1950–51) Casullo (1951–55) J. de la Torre (1956) Ross (1956–57) Fekete (1957–60) J. de la Torre (1960–70) Ponce (1970) J. de la Torre (1970–73) He. Hernández (1973) Ormeño (1973) Hernández (1973) Ponce (1973–74) Rial (1975) Troche (1975–76) Ponce (1976–77) Mercado (1978–79) Miloc (1979–80) Mercado (1980–82) Ponce (1982) Guerra (1982–89) La Volpe (1989) Bracamontes (1989–90) Fekete (1990) López (1990–91) Bracamontes (1991–93) Madero (1993) Guerra (1993–95) Ardiles (1995–96) Beenhakker (1996) Ferretti (1996–2000) Hu. Hernández (2000) Bracamontes (2000–01) Dávalos (2001) Ruggeri (2001–02) Guzmán (2002) E. de la Torre (2003) Westerhof (2003–04) Galindo (2004–05) Ortegac (2005) Azkargorta (2005–06) Westerhof (2006) J. M. de la Torre (2006–07) Flores (2007–09) Arellano (2009) Ramírez (2009) Arias (2009) Real (2009–11) Quirarte (2011–12) Ambríz (2012) Coyotec (2012) Van 't Schip (2012–13) Galindo (2013) Ortegac (2013) Real (2014) La Volpe (2014) Bustos (2014) J. M. de la Torre (2014–15) Almeyda (2015–)

(c) = caretaker manager

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Melbourne City FC
Melbourne City FC
– Head coaches

Van 't Schip (2014–17) Valkanis (2017) Joyce (2017–)

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PEC Zwolle
PEC Zwolle
– managers

Van Asten (1955–57) De Roos & Vogelzang (1957–58) Her. Spijkerman (1958–59) De Roos (1959–61) Her. Spijkerman (1961–63) Sluyk (1963–65) Blokland (1965–66) Van Asten (1966–68) Brandes (1968–69) Van de Meent (1969–70) Zalai (1970–73) Keßler (1973–74) Donnenfeld & Verhaert (1974–75) Alleman (1975–77) Korbach (1977–82) Paauwe (a.i.) (1982) Israël (a.i.) (1982) Brom (1982–84) Adriaanse (1984–88) Hendriks (a.i.) (1988) Laseroms (1988–89) De Jong (1989–92) Hendriks (1992–95) Schrijvers (1995–96) Everse (1996–98) Lodeweges (1999–2001) Krabbe (2001–02) Boeve (2002–03) Nijkamp (a.i.) (2003) Hen. Spijkerman (2003–06) Sinkgraven (a.i.) (2006) Everse (2006–09) Boekweg (a.i.) (2009) Roelofsen (a.i.) (2009) Everse (2009) Boekweg & Stam (dual a.i.) (2009) Langeler (2010–13) Jans (2013–17) Van 't Schip

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