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Marinus "Rinus" David Israël (born 19 March 1942[2] in Amsterdam) is a former Dutch football player, manager and currently scout. Nicknamed "Iron Rinus" he formed a solid defence line at Feyenoord
Feyenoord
with Theo Laseroms.

Contents

1 Club career 2 International career 3 Honours

3.1 Player

3.1.1 Club 3.1.2 Individual

3.2 Manager

4 References

Club career[edit] During his career he played for DWS (1962–66), Feyenoord
Feyenoord
Rotterdam (1966–74), Excelsior Rotterdam
Excelsior Rotterdam
(1974–75) and PEC Zwolle (1975–82). Israël achieved his greatest success at club level with Feyenoord, where he won three Eredivisie
Eredivisie
titles, a KNVB Cup, a European Cup and a UEFA Cup. He scored one of the two Rotterdam goals in the 1970 European Cup final against Celtic F.C. International career[edit] He also played 47 matches and scored 3 goals for the Netherlands national football team from 1964 to 1974, and he played three matches for Holland in the 1974 FIFA World Cup, including the Second round victories against Brazil and Argentina.[2] Honours[edit] Player[edit] Club[edit]

Eredivisie
Eredivisie
(4):

1963–64, 1968–69, 1970–71, 1973–74

KNVB Cup
KNVB Cup
(1):

1968–69

European Cup (1):

1969–70

Intercontinental Cup (1):

1970

UEFA Cup
UEFA Cup
(1):

1973–74

Individual[edit]

Dutch Footballer of the Year (2):

1970,[3] 1975[4]

Manager[edit]

Liga I
Liga I
(1):

1991–92

UAE League
UAE League
(1):

2001

Eerste Divisie
Eerste Divisie
(1):

2002–03

References[edit]

^ "Rinus Israel - International Appearances". The Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation.  ^ a b FIFA profile ^ "Limburgsch dagblad". Retrieved 6 April 2015.  ^ "Limburgsch dagblad". Retrieved 6 April 2015. 

Rinus Israël
Rinus Israël
international tournaments

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Netherlands
Netherlands
squad – 1974 FIFA World Cup
1974 FIFA World Cup
runners-up

1 Geels 2 Haan 3 Van Hanegem 4 Van Ierssel 5 Israël 6 Jansen 7 De Jong 8 Jongbloed 9 Keizer 10 R. van de Kerkhof 11 W. van de Kerkhof 12 Krol 13 Neeskens 14 Cruijff (c) 15 Rensenbrink 16 Rep 17 Rijsbergen 18 Schrijvers 19 Strik 20 Suurbier 21 Treijtel 22 Vos Coach: Michels

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Ghana
Ghana
squad – 1998 African Cup of Nations

1 Kingson 2 Edusei 3 Owusu-Ansah 4 S. Kuffour 5 E. Addo 6 Gargo 7 Allotey 8 Nyarko 9 Tetteh 10 Abedi Pele 11 Akonnor 12 Ofori-Quaye 13 E. Kuffour 14 Agyeman-Duah 15 Johnson 16 S. Addo 17 Aboagye 18 Kumah 19 Bastios 20 Ackon 21 Moses 22 Mantey Coach: Israël

Rinus Israël
Rinus Israël
managerial positions

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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 (2017–)

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FC Den Bosch
FC Den Bosch
– managers

Tap (1965–70) Remmers (1970–74) De Ruiter (1974–76) Zonderland (1976–78) Gosens (1979–80) Zonderland (1980) Zonderland & Verèl (1980–81) Verèl (1981–84) Israël (1984–86) De Jong (1986–89) Israël (1989–90) Van der Pluijm (1990–95) Dekker (1995–96) Zwamborn (1996–98) Koopman (1998–2000) Wotte (2000) Wetzel & Van Grinsven (a.i.) (2000) Vloet & Van Grinsven (a.i.) (2000) Poortvliet (2000–01) Vloet (2001–02) Kruys (2002–04) Wisman (2004–05) Van Grinsven, Van der Hoorn & Van der Horst (a.i.) (2005) Bos (2005–09) Van Grinsven, Van der Hoorn & Scholten (a.i.) (2009) Brys (2009–10) Groenendijk (2010–12) Poortvliet (2012–13) Kaiser (2013–15) Van Eck (2015–16) Vloet (2016–17) Boessen (2017–)

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Feyenoord
Feyenoord
– managers

Julian (1921–22) Waites (1924–25) Geneugelijk (a.i.) (1925–26) Hall (1926–29) Lamb (1929–30) Kruys (a.i.) (1930–31) Donaghy (1931–35) Kohn (1935–36) Molnár (1936–37) Kohn (1937–39) Hall (1939–40) Koelman (1940–41) Kaufman (a.i.) (1940) Huizenaar (1940–41) Van Dijke (1941–42) Pijl (1942–46) Koonings (1946–50) Topping (1950–51) Kohn (1951–55) De Wolf (a.i.) (1955–56) Van der Leck (1956–58) De Wolf (a.i.) (1958–59) Sobotka (1959–61) Fuchs (1961–63) Höfling (1963–64) Kment (1964–67) Peeters (1967–69) Happel (1969–73) Zonderland (a.i.) (1973) Coerver (1973–75) Brzeżańczyk (1975–76) Zonderland (a.i.) (1976) Boškov (1976–78) Ježek (1978–80) Westerhofa (1980) Ježek (1980–82) Kraay (1982–83) Fafié (a.i.) (1983) Libregts (1983–84) Fafié (1984–86) Israël (1986–88) Jacobs (1988–89) P. Verbeek & Bengtsson (1989–91) Jansen (a.i.) (1991) Dorjee (1991–92) Jansen (a.i.) (1992) Van Hanegem (1992–95) Meijer (a.i.) (1995) Haan (1995–97) Meijer & Metgod (dual a.i.) (1997) Beenhakker (1997–2000) Van Stee (a.i.) (2000) Van Marwijk (2000–04) Gullit (2004–05) E. Koeman (2005–07) Beenhakker (a.i.) (2007) Van Marwijk (2007–08) G. Verbeek (2008–09) Vlemmings (a.i.) (2009) Been (2009–11) R. Koeman (2011–14) Rutten (2014–15) Van Bronckhorst (2015–)

(a) = acting in regular manager's absence

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PAOK FC
PAOK FC
– managers

Andreadis (1926–31) Gassner (1931–32) Armasis (1932–33) Sankionis (1933–34) Papadopoulos (1945–46) Armasis (1946–47) Aggelakis (1947–48) Deligiorgis (1948–49) Pangalos (1949–50) Swecik (1950–52) Pangalos (1952–53) Swecik (1953–54) Pangalos (1954–55) Hoffman (1955–56) Polti (1956–57) Vikelidis (1957) Pfeiffer (1957) Zogas (1957–58) Minardos (1958–59) Mihajlović (1959–61) Durspekt (1961–63) Babolcsay (1963–65) Kos (1965–66) Papadakisc (1966) Pangalos (1966–67) Kalogiannis (1967–68) Powell (1968) Janevski (1968–69) Csaknády (1969–70) Horvat (1970–71) Hasiotisc (1971) Shannon (1971–74) Progiosc (1974) Lóránt (1974–76) Stanković (1976–77) Bingham (1977) Kalogiannis (1977–78) Petropoulos (1978) Piechaczek (1978–80) Lóránt (1980–81) Fountoukidisc (1981) Höher (1981–83) Csernai (1983–84) Skocik (1984–86) Bellis (1986) Libregts (1986–87) Bellis (1987–88) Israël (1988–89) Alefantos (1989) Sarafis (1989) Jacobs (1989–90) Terzanidis (1990–91) Blažević (1991–92) Gounaris (1992) Petrović (1992–93) Zalikasc (1993) Blokhin (1993–94) Sarafisc (1994) Haan (1994–95) Sarafisc (1995) Kokotović (1995–96) Bellis (1996) Bengtsson (1996) Archontidis (1996–97) Anastasiadis (1997–98) Blokhin (1998) Anastasiadis (1998–99) Haan (1999) Sarafisc (1999) Bajević (2000–02) Anastasiadis (2002–04) Fringer (2004–05) Karageorgiou (2005) Kostikos (2005–06) Dumitrescu (2006) Vukotić (2006–07) Paraschos (2007) Santos (2007–09) Beretta (2010) Dermitzakis (2010) Chavos (2010–11) Bölöni (2011–12) Donis (2012–13) Georgiadis (2013) Stevens (2013–14) Georgiadis (2014) Anastasiadis (2014–15) Georgiadis (2015) Tudor (2015–16) Ivić (2016–17) Stanojević (2017) R. Lucescu (2017–)

(c) = caretaker manager

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Ghana national football team
Ghana national football team
– managers

Ainsley (1958–59) Sjolberg (1959–62) Ember (1962) Gyamfi (1963–65) Parreira (1967) Marotzke (1968–70) Koufie (1970–73) Nicolae (1973–74) Weigang (1974–75) Sampaio (1977–78) Osam-Duodu (1978–81) Gyamfi (1982–83) Afranie (1984) Addo (1984) Gutendorf (1986–87) Osam-Duodu (1988–89) Ziese (1990–92) Pfister (1992–93) Osam-Duodu (1993) Larsen (1993–94) Affrey-Fynn (1994) Gavrilă (1995) Kurtz (1996) Arday (1996–97) Israël (1997–98) Dossena (1998–2000) Osam-Duodu (2000) Attuquayefio (2001) Osam-Duodu (2001–02) Živadinović (2002) Afranie (2002–03) Ziese (2003) Zumdickc (2003) Barreto (2003–04) Arday (2004) Dujković (2004–06) Le Roy (2006–08) Tettehc (2008) Rajevac (2008–10) Appiah (2010–11) Stevanović (2011–12) Appiah (2012–14) Konaduc (2014) Grant (2014–17) Konaduc (2017) Appiah (2017–)

(c) = caretaker manager

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Al Jazira – managers

J. Pereira (1986) Kiselyov (1989–93) Kiselyov (1994–95) Dekker (1995) Mušović (1997–98) Israël (1998–99) Schoenmaker (1999–2001) Versleijen (2001–03) Wetzel (2004) Vergoossen (2004–05) Versleijen (2006–07) Bölöni (2007–08) Braga (2008–11) Vercauteren (2011–12) Caio Jr. (2012) Bonamigo (2012–13) Milla (2013) Zenga (2013–14) Gerets (2014–15) Braga (2015–16) Ten Cate (2016–)

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Al Shabab Dubai – managers

Rifaat Rajab (1974–79) Danilo Alves (1979–82) Murtosa (1983) Mackay (1983–84) Le Roy (1985) Falopa (1985–86) Paquetá (1988–89) Bchinnk (1989–90) Khalaf Kareem (1991) Mahjoub (1992) Balaci (1994–96) Bchinnk (1998) Abdullah Al Marri (1998) Israël (1999–2000) Radolský (2000–01) Saâdane (2002) Sichitiu (2002–03) Hassan Ali (2003) Hollmann (2003–04) Hadžiabdić (2004–06) Weber (2006) Balaci (2006–07) Cerezo (2008–09) Abdul Qader (2009) Bonamigo (2009–12) Paquetá (2012–14) Caio Jr. (2014–16) Rutten (2016–)

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ADO Den Haag
ADO Den Haag
– managers

Donaghy (1928–32) Höss (1932–36) W. Tap (1936–46) B. Tap (1946–52) Fuchs (1952–53) Groves (1953) Van Wijhe (1953–54) Gutkas (1954–55) Donnenfeldc (1955) Loof (1955–62) Happel (1962–69) Loofc (1969) Ježek (1969–72) Teunissen (1972–74) Boškov (1974–76) Malatinský (1976–78) De Visser (1978–80) Kraay (1980–81) Van der Hart (1981–83) Baan (1983–86) Van de Meent (1986–88) De Zoetec (1988) Adriaanse (1988–92) Wottec (1992) De Ruiter (1992–94) Schoenmaker (1994–95) Verlangen (1995–96) Meppelinkc (1996) Wotte (1996–98) Hoekstra (1998–99) Meppelink (1999–2000) Brard (2000–01) De Zoetec (2001) Israël (2001–03) Schoenmakerc (2003–04) Adelaar (2004–06) Schoenmakerc (2006–07) Vloet (2007–08) Wetzel (2008–09) Atteveld (2009–10) Steijnc (2010) Van den Brom (2010–11) Steijn (2011–14) Fraser (2014–16) Petrović (2016–17) Groenendijk (2017–)

(c) =

.