Friday, January 08, 2010

WE MAY have a new National Coach

Roelant Oltmans

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Roelant Oltmans (Oegstgeest, 1954) Is a Dutch hockey coach. He is currently coach of the men's team of Larensche Mixed Hockey Club, this he has been coach of the Dutch Men's teamwomen's team. and

The career of Oltmans had several successes. His first big win was with Dutch ladies team. He was coach from 1989 to 1993 and was 1990 world in Sydney.

In 1993 he transferred to the men's team. Six years after he won the World Cup in Sydney with the team Olympic Games in Atlanta. In 1998 He was world champion with the men in Utrecht.

After his success in hockey Oltmans moved over to the football. Until 2002 Oltmans was technical director of football NAC. Through an adventure in hockeyclub Little Switzerland2003 as coach of the National team of Pakistan during the Olympic Games Athens and had to end this feature 2004. In 2005 He returned as coach of the national male team. This position he held until the Summer 2008, Where the Netherlands was 4th. Oltmans began late


Personally, we dun have short term and long term objectives, we don't have a proper foundation... if anyone if expecting instant result I am truly sorry. Having a national coach is not only handling the national team but looking at the feeder system and and bottom to top review of the playing, managing and development infrastructure in the country.

If you are not prepared to do that or allowed to do that we.. no point isnt it.

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