Orlando Trustfull

Orlando Samuel Trust Full ( * August 4, 1970 in Amsterdam) is a Dutch former footballer who was active among others for Feyenoord Rotterdam and Vitesse Arnhem and in the Premier League for Sheffield Wednesday in the Eredivisie. He made two caps with the Dutch national team.

Club career

In his hometown of Amsterdam Full Trust played in youth teams of De rivals Blauw - Wit and AFC Ajax, here together with Bryan Roy. At age 18, the player preferably used half right as an attacking midfielder received a contract with HFC Haarlem and made in his first season in professional football 14 games in the Eredivisie. After the descent of the HFC in 1990 he moved to Schiedamse VV. Here he played a season and remained after the club was merged with Dordrecht'90 to SVV / Dordrecht '90. On August 23, 1991, the club he scored his first goal in professional football; it was a 2-1 6-1 win over VVV -Venlo.

Before the end of the 1991/92 season changed to Full Trust FC Twente Enschede after, where he graduated in March, nine games in the Eredivisie, scoring one goal. Before the Championship season 1992/93 Feyenoord took him to Rotterdam. After two years as a reserve player under coach Willem van Hanegem succeeded him in the season 1994/95, to win a regular place. With van Hanegems successor Arie Haan he could handle not good, so it for £ 750,000 transfer fee a contract with the English first division club Sheffield Wednesday signed for the 1996/97 season, in which already played his former team-mate Rotterdam Regi Blinker. In Sheffield, however, he could not prevail, and returned after a year in the Netherlands.

In the SBV Vitesse Arnhem he had 1997/98 season as a regular player with 30 missions, in which he scored four goals before threw him back several injuries. In the 2001 /02 season, he was - like, among other things Dragoslav Jevrić - demoted to the second team, after the season, he finished his career.

After four years in which Trust Full devoted himself mainly to his family, he returned to football back in 2006; Since then he worked in the coaching staff in the youth department of Sparta Rotterdam and Ajax Amsterdam since 2010.


In professional football:

  • HFC Haarlem (Eredivisie 1989/90, 14 Inserts / no goal )
  • SVV and SVV / Dordrecht '90 (Eredivisie 1990-1992, 50/1)
  • FC Twente (Eredivisie in 1992, 9 /1)
  • Feyenoord (Eredivisie 1992-1996, 78/13, European Cup Winners 12/3 )
  • Sheffield Wednesday ( Premier League 1996/97, 19/ 3)
  • SBV Vitesse (Eredivisie 1997-2001, 53 /6; UEFA Cup 6/1)


After he had played in the starting line- of Feyenoord and already gained international experience in European competition including against Werder Bremen, Full Trust was appointed in September 1995 in the national team. In the European Championship qualifier he came on 6 September 1995 his first appearance in Orange. Against Belarus in de Kuip Bond coach Guus Hiddink moved it into 71 minutes of defender Michael Reiziger. Twelve minutes later, he made the decisive pass, the Youri Mulder turned a 1-0 winner.

In the next qualifying match at Ta 'Qali Stadium against Malta Full Trust came on 11 October 1995 on the application, but only as a substitute again, this time for Danny Blind in the 80th minute. After the match he got a few more times in the squad, but was not considered for the European Championships in England. He himself told the later saying that he " a Dennis Bergkamp, Ronald de Boer a " had on his position as an attacking midfielder in front of him. "With someone like Bergkamp before a needed make you look as Full Trust no illusions. " These two missions in 1995 thus remained his only internationals.


Full Trust is married to Dutch TV presenter Quinty Full Trust; the couple has two children.