Ruud Gullit

Ruud Gullit, a Netherlandish football coach and former professional midfielder and forward, was born in Amsterdam, Netherlands on Sep. 1, 1962. At UEFA Euro 1988, he was appointed as the team leader and was chosen as a member to fight for his country at the 1990 FIFA World Cup and Euro 1992.

In 1987, he transferred to Milan to start another stage for his playing career. With symbolic hairstyle – dreadlocks, he was an inevitable member of well-known Dutch trio at Milan. For his outstanding performances and amazing raw talents, he became the player-manager one year after the contract with Chelsea.

He was widely regarded as one of the greatest footballers by his versatile techniques, consistency, stamina and unique playing strategy. All great achievements and top ranks are the best evidences of his constant and arduous efforts throughout his playing career. He was capped for his country for many times and also made great contributions in Netherlands football shirt. All classic scenes and events remind people how much contributions he once made.

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