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Arie Haan
Arie Haan Copenhagen 1 april 2009.jpg
Personal information
Full name Arend Haan
Date of birth November 16, 1948 (1948-11-16) (age 61)
Place of birth    Finsterwolde, Netherlands
Playing position Manager
(former Defensive Midfielder)
Club information
Current club Tianjin Teda
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1969–1975
1975–1981
1981–1983
1983–1984
1984–1985
Ajax Amsterdam
Anderlecht
Standard Liège
PSV Eindhoven
Seiko
132 (23)
199 (35)
065 (12)
018 0(0)
05 0(1)   
National team
1969–1983 Netherlands 035 0(6)
Teams managed
Jul 1984–Dec 1985
Jan 1986–Jun 1987
Jul 1987–Mar 1990
Jul 1990–Jun 1991
Jul 1991–Dec 1993
Jul 1994–Oct 1995
Oct 1995–Oct 1997
Dec 1997–Sep 1998
Feb 1999–Dec 1999
Nov 2000–Dec 2000
Mar 2001–Aug 2001
Dec 2002–Nov 2004
Feb 2006–Aug 2006
Aug 2006–Feb 2007
Jan 2008–Apr 2009
Jun 2009–Nov 2009
Dec 2009–
Antwerp
Anderlecht
Stuttgart
Nuremberg
Standard Liège
PAOK
Feyenoord
Anderlecht
PAOK
AC Omonia
Austria Vienna
China
Persepolis
Cameroon
Albania
Chongqing Lifan
Tianjin Teda F.C.

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Adrianus ("Arend" or "Arie") Haan (born November 16, 1948 in Finsterwolde) is a former Dutch football midfielder and the current manager of Tianjin Teda, who scored 6 goals in 35 matches for the Dutch national squad of the 1970s. At club level he enjoyed a successful career with AFC Ajax, R.S.C. Anderlecht, Standard Liège and PSV Eindhoven. He participated seven times in European Cup finals with five victories and two defeats.

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Playing career

Haan joined AFC Ajax in 1969, and was a member of Ajax that won the European Champions' Cup for three consecutive years, from 1971 until 1973, the Intercontinental Cup in 1972 and two European Super Cups in 1972 and 1973. Also, with Ajax he won three Dutch Championships in 1969-70, 1971-72 and 1972-73 and the Dutch Cup from 1970 until 1972. In 1970 his team won the Double and in 1972 the Treble.

He joined R.S.C. Anderlecht in 1975 and was a member of the club's greatest ever success when they won their two European Cup Winners' Cups in 1976 and 1978. Those two years, he won two more European Super Cups (the previous two were with Ajax). They reached the final of that competition in 1977 too, but they were beaten by Hamburger SV. Also, with his team he won the Belgian Cup in 1975-76 and the Belgian Championship in 1980-81.

After he became Champion with Anderlecht, he played for Standard Liège for two seasons, where the club won the last two Championships until today and also the Belgian Supercup in 1981. In 1982, the club achieved its greatest success, when they reached their first (and to date only) Cup Winners' Cup final, where they were beaten in Camp Nou by FC Barcelona. That year they also won the only double in their history. Returning to his country in 1983, he playing one season for PSV Eindhoven. Arie Haan finished his career for Hong Kong champion Seiko SA.

Having 35 participations with his national team and scoring 6 goals. His most famous was a 40 yard strike in Holland's match against Italy in the second group stage of the 1978 FIFA World Cup. His goal in the game against West Germany, which ended 2-2, helped the Dutch national team to reach the final, where they were beaten by Argentina 3-1 in extra time. He was also participant in the 1974 FIFA World Cup when Netherlands were beaten in the final by West Germany 2-1.

Managerial career

Two months after retiring as a player, he became trainer of Antwerp but, in the middle of the 1985-86 season, he replaced Paul Van Himst who was fired from the club. Franky Vercauteren and Morten Olsen featured in his team alongside players like goalkeeper Munaron, Luka Peruzović, Erwin Vandenbergh, Alex Czerniatynski, Enzo Scifo and Georges Grün. In 1986, Anderlecht won the championship, after a two-legged play-off against Club Brugge. Club Brugge forced a 1-1 draw away to Anderlecht, and led 2-0 at home after thirty minutes, but Anderlecht managed to equalise. The same season, the club reached the semi finals of the European Champions' Cup, by eliminating Bayern Munich. The following season, his team retained the Belgian Championship.

After Belgium he became trainer of VfB Stuttgart in Germany on July 1, 1987. Stuttgart reached their first European cup final in 1989, the UEFA Cup, but failed to win the trophy against SSC Napoli (1-2, 3-3), a team that Diego Maradona was playing for at the time. He remained in Stuttgart until March 26, 1990. In July 1990 he became manager of 1. FC Nuremberg where he remained for a single season.

Returning back to Belgium in 1991, he coached Standard Liège until the middle of the season 1993/94 and won the Belgian Cup in 1993. In the 1994-95 season he was appointed coach of PAOK FC and he remained there until October 1995, after which he returned to the Netherlands and managed Feyenoord for two seasons. In his first season Feyenoord finished 2nd in the Eredivisie.

After ten years, in December 1997, Haan enjoyed a further stint at Anderlecht, spending nine months at the club before returning to PAOK, where he remained as coach until December 1999. He went to Cyprus, to become AC Omonia manager in November 2000 but he coached the team only for two matches since he had a great offer from Austria Vienna to become the team's manager. He asked from his club to release his contract and that was accepted. He left from Austria in August 2001.

He coached the Chinese national football team for two years since December 2002. In 2004, China hosted the Asia Cup and reached the final where his team was beaten by Japan. However, his team did not qualify for the 2006 FIFA World Cup after their elimination from the First round of qualifications, where China lost the first position the group to Kuwait. He remained as coach of China until November 2004.

Moving to Persepolis F.C. in February 2006, he helped his team reach the Hazfi Cup final. He was fired by the club just before the 2006-07 season began as he had problems with club management. Recently, he became trainer of Cameroon national team, however he resigned less than six months into a two-year contract citing interference from the president of Cameroon Football Federation Mohammed Iya as the reason.[1]

In November 2007 he stated his interest in filling the vacant Republic of Ireland management position.

In December 2007, Albanian Football Federation president Armando Duka announced Haan would replace Croatia's Otto Baric as Albania head coach. He signed a two years contract on January 4, 2008[2] and cancelled his contract on 15 April 2009.[3][4] On May 29, 2009 it was confirmed that Haan will succeed Wei Xin as the new manager of stuggling Chinese Super League side Chongqing Lifan. Offically taking over in June he found it differcult to change the teams fortunes and in August 2009, Haan was suspended for three league matches when he took his frustrations out on a referee by waving money at him for awarding a questionalbe penalty against his team.[5] Dispite his best efforts and a small revival Chongqing Lifan were relegated at the end of the 2009 league season and was allowed to leave for fellow Chinese Super League team Tianjin Teda F.C.[6]

Career honours

Playing honours

With AFC Ajax
  • Eredivisie: 1970, 1972, 1973
  • Dutch Cup: 1970, 1971, 1972
  • UEFA Champions League: 1971, 1972, 1973
  • Intercontinental Cup: 1972
With RSC Anderlecht
  • Jupiler League: 1981
  • Belgian Cup: 1976
  • UEFA Cup Winners Cup: 1976, 1978
  • UEFA Super Cup: 1976
With Standard de Liege
  • Jupiler League: 1982, 1983

Managerial Honours

With RSC Anderlecht
With Standard Liège

References

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