Aad de Mos

Aad de Mos ( born March 27, 1947 in The Hague ) is a former Dutch football player and current coach.

Stations as a player

From 1973 to 1975 de Mos was still playing with the amateurs of Wilhelmus Voorburg (Netherlands) and switched to the also playing in amateur De Valkeniers The Hague later. After three years he went from there to the RVC Rijswijk, another amateur team, where he remained until 1980.

Stations as coach ( 1980-1993 )

From 1 July 1980 to 10 March 1981, he coached the youth department at Ajax Amsterdam. After that, he was on 11 March 1981 to 30 June 1985 as chief responsibility for coach of the first team, with a brief interruption when he served as an assistant coach in the 1981/82 season, works. In 1986 he took over three years to KV Mechelen in Belgium and won the 1988 Cup Winners' Cup. He subsequently moved on July 1, 1989 also Belgian RSC Anderlecht, where he remained until June 30, 1992. In the season 1993/94 he led his last Dutch club, PSV Eindhoven.

Werder Bremen

From 1 July 1995 to 9 January 1996, he was head coach of Bundesliga club Werder Bremen. Aad de Mos was replaced in January 1996 by Dixie Dörner as head coach after Werder slumped in the first round to 15th place in the table. Werder reached this season then the ninth.

Stations as a trainer from 1997

On 1 July 1997 Aad de Mos returned to Belgium back to take over Standard Liège, but in the same year he was released there. He then moved in the Spanish league and managed from 1998 to 1999 Sporting Gijon, before he trained for one year Urawa Red Diamonds from Japan. From 9 October 2000 to 8 August 2002 brought him the KV Mechelen (Belgium ) back as technical director. Then he coached from March 2003 to 2004 Al Hilal in Saudi Arabia.

From 9 June 2004 and 30 June 2005, Aad de Mos was national coach of the United Arab Emirates. Between 1 July 2006 to 28 April 2008, he coached Vitesse Arnhem. Beginning of the year 2008, he was - erroneously associated with the football team in Vanuatu compound that he never trained - even by FIFA.

In 2010, he was responsible for the Greek club AO Kavala.