Alfred Schreuder

1972 - Today

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Alfred Schreuder (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɑlfrət ˈsxrøːdər]; born 2 November 1972) is a Dutch football manager and current FC Barcelona assistant manager, having previously managed TSG 1899 Hoffenhei. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Alfred Schreuder has received more than 173,775 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Alfred Schreuder is the 245th most popular coach, the 761st most popular biography from Netherlands and the 19th most popular Dutch Coach.

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  • 170k

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  • 54.51

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 16

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.54

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.52

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among coaches, Alfred Schreuder ranks 245 out of 329Before him are Kent Nielsen, Marco Rose, Steve McClaren, Michael Skibbe, Valmir Louruz, and Roland Nilsson. After him are Igor Shalimov, Júlio César Leal, Massimo Ficcadenti, Valero Rivera López, Bill Belichick, and Sergei Semak.

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Among people born in 1972, Alfred Schreuder ranks 271Before him are Carlos Ponce, Claudia Black, Mia Hamm, China Miéville, Hera Björk, and Taylor Hawkins. After him are Masakazu Morita, Pierre Amine Gemayel, Rory Cochrane, Manny Ramirez, Anders Thomas Jensen, and Luca Turilli.

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In Netherlands

Among people born in Netherlands, Alfred Schreuder ranks 761 out of 1,209Before him are Robert Westerholt (1975), Pete Hoekstra (1953), Harry Steevens (1945), Bas Dost (1989), Don Diablo (1980), and Edsilia Rombley (1978). After him are Paul Bosvelt (1970), Dick Quax (1948), Arthur Numan (1969), Pieter Huistra (1967), Tom Six (1973), and Sylvie Meis (1978).

Among COACHES In Netherlands

Among coaches born in Netherlands, Alfred Schreuder ranks 19Before him are Pim Verbeek (1956), Wim Rijsbergen (1952), Martin Jol (1956), Sef Vergoossen (1947), Adrie Koster (1954), and Jos Luhukay (1963).