ZEIST, the netherlands – Edgar Davids goes for the battle at the KNVB. The 74-fold international of the Dutch national team runs next month as assistant trainer with the beloftenelftal, Orange under 20 years of age.
,,KNVB, thank you for the invitation to be part of the trainersstaf of Ned U20. I look forward to it!”, wrote David on Twitter.
It is a single stage under coach Peter van der Veen, around the race of the promises against the Czech republic on 27 march. David follows the coaches and walked earlier stage at FC Twente and Telstar.
The 44-year-old David celebrated his greatest successes as a footballer with Ajax in the nineties. The hard-as-nails midfielder also played for years in Italy, at AC Milan, Juventus and Internazionale. David wore in addition the shirts of FC Barcelona, Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace. The last years of his career he spent at Barnet FC, a modest English club, where he also made his first steps as a trainer put. David is currently via a custom process the professional football coach course.