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Dutch great Johan Cruyff concluded his stint as the coach of Catalonia's regional selection by overseeing a 1-1 draw with Nigeria on Wednesday.
The 65-year-old Cruyff is revered in the northeastern region of Spain for his years as both a player and coach for Barcelona. He became Catalonia's coach in 2009.
Sergio Gonzalez gave Catalonia the lead in the fourth minute when...
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January 02, 2013
The ITF announced that it has renewed its sponsorship agreements with the Johan Cruyff Foundation as a program partner for the Wheelchair Tennis Silver Fund and ITF’s wheelchair tennis junior programs. The Foundation will support additional Silver Fund projects for 2012-13, as well as the junior programs for 2012.
The Wheelchair Tennis Silver Fund was set up in 2002 to celebrate...
Johan Cruyff has been introduced as an adviser to slumping Guadalajara club Chivas , Mexico's most popular team but winless in 13 straight matches .
Chivas owner Jorge Vergara said on Saturday he hoped Cruyff, the Dutch great who coached Barcelona, could turn Chivas into a ''better club than Barcelona.''
Vergara said Cruyff received a three-year contract and...
Johan Cruyff has teamed up with Mexican team Guadalajara Chivas, joining as an advisory. The Mexican club announced the hiring of Holland's former captain on its website Thursday morning, according to the Associated Press. Chivas has been playing poorly in the Clausura Tournament [Mexican League's] second half of the season, taking only two points of a possible 21. Only 10...
Former Barcelona coach and Dutch star Johan Cruyff will be joining slumping Mexico club Guadalajara Chivas as an advisor.
Chivas said on its website that Cruyff would give a news conference on Saturday. The club did not immediately say what role he would take, but he is certain to suggest changes on and off the pitch to arrest a sharp decline in results.
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February 23, 2012
Ajax says its board of directors will resign, the latest twist in a long-running struggle for control over the club.
In a statement Thursday the club said the directors - including football great Johan Cruyff - will leave ''in the shortest possible term, once suitable replacements have been found that can count on broad support.''
The move follows a Dutch court...
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February 09, 2012