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FCB 3-O LEV: Things To Know About The Coach Who Led FCB To Their Most Convincing Win Of The Season

Barcelona seems to be reborn after the team beat Levante in a convincing 3-0 win. Recall that there have been a lot of questions about Barcelona's approach to games this season. For this reason, there have been speculations about Ronald Koeman's future at Barcelona. During Barcelona's previous game against Cadiz, Ronald Koeman was shown a straight red card by Del Cerro in stoppage. Note that the game ended 0-0.

Photo: Ronald Koeman at Barcelona || Twitter

Due to the red card received by Ronald Koeman, he was suspended, and his assistant manager was in charge during Barcelona's game against Levante. Koeman's assistant, Alfred Schreuder, gave instructions from the bench. Therefore, this article will be sharing some details about Alfred Schreuder. Take a look!

PLACE OF BIRTH

Photo: Alfred Schreuder against Levante || Twitter

Alfred Schreuder was born in Barneveld in the Netherlands. The Dutch International is 48-year-old.

TEAMS MANAGED

Photo: Alfred Schreuder at Hoffenheim with Julain Nagelsmann || Twitter

Alfred Schreuder started his coaching career after he retired from playing football in 2009. He was an assistant coach at Vitesse in 2009. The Dutch International was also an interim coach at Twente in the Netherlands. Note that Alfred Schreuder was the head coach of Twente in 2014. However, Alfred Schreuder became Julain Nagelsmann's assistant at Hoffenheim in 2018 before moving to the Netherlands. Alfred Schreuder was also Erik Ten Hang's assistant at Ajax for a year before he returned to Germany to become Hoffenheim's manager in 2019. Furthermore, in 2020, he joined Barcelona as Ronald Koeman's manager.

Photo: Alfred Schreuder at Ajax with Erik Ten Hang's|| Twitter

PLAYING CAREER

Alfred Schreuder played most of his football in the Netherlands. He played for teams like Twente, Vitesse, NAC Breda, Feyenoord, and RKC Waalwijk.

MY VERDICT ON HIS GAME AGAINST LEVANTE

Photo: Alfred Schreuder against Levante || Twitter

Alfred Schreuder showed that his experience with top players wasn't a waste. The Dutch manager gave players like Puig, Lenglet, and Demir minutes. Most importantly, the attitude of the players was different. Note that the game was Barcelona's first game with a three-goal difference. In addition, Barcelona's 70% wasn't a waste as Barcelona registered 20 shots on goal. Lastly, note that 12 of these shots were on target.

Photo: Alfred Schreuder against Levante || Twitter

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