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Assistant manager

Remy Reynierse

First team

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Biography

Date of birth

18/06/1961

Signed

05/01/2018

Country

Netherlands

Remy Reynierse was appointed as assistant manager at Sheffield Wednesday following the arrival of manager Jos Luhukay in January 2018.

The 56-year-old began his playing career with Eerste Divisie club EVV Eindhoven in 1979.

He moved to fellow Eerste Divisie side FC VVV in 1984 and helped the club achieve promotion to the Eredivisie in 1984/85.

Reynierse retired from professional football in 1990, having made 188 league appearances for VVV and 312 in total.

After his retirement, he became head of the VVV academy and in 1994 was promoted to head coach of the club.

In 1998, he moved to PSV Eindhoven to fulfill the head of academy role, which he did for three years.

In 2001, Reynierse signed with the Royal Dutch Football Association, where he would become the manager of several national youth teams. In 2004, he coached the Netherlands women's national football team on an interim basis for a total of four games.

As assistant of Netherlands national under-21 football team head coach Foppe de Haan, Reynierse helped Jong Oranje to win the 2006 and 2007 UEFA European Under-21 Championships and to reach the quarter-finals at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

Reynierse also worked as youth scout and as developer of the youth academies of Dutch professional football clubs.

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