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Robert Maaskant
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Full name Robert Patrick Maaskant
Date of birth 10 January 1969 (1969-01-10) (age 41)
Place of birth Schiedam, Netherlands
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1989-1990 Go Ahead Eagles 21 (1)
1990 Takoma (U.S. indoor football)
1990-1991 FC Emmen 12 (0)
1991-1992 Motherwell FC 12 (0)
1992-1995 FC Zwolle 75 (3)
1995-1996 Excelsior Rotterdam 12 (1)
Total 132 (5)
Teams managed
1999-2002 RBC Roosendaal
2003–2003 Go Ahead Eagles
2003–2004 RBC Roosendaal
2004–2005 Willem II
2006–2007 RBC Roosendaal
2007–2008 MVV
2008–present NAC Breda
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Robert Patrick Maaskant (born January 10, 1969 in Schiedam, Zuid-Holland) is a former football midfielder from the Netherlands, who is the current head coach of NAC Breda. He played for Go Ahead Eagles (1989-1990), FC Emmen (1990-1991), Motherwell F.C. (1991-1992), FC Zwolle (1992-1995) and Excelsior Rotterdam (1995-1996).

A former assistant at Go Ahead Eagles and FC Zwolle, Maaskant was named head coach of RBC Roosendaal for the 1999-2000 season. He worked there for three years, before joining Go Ahead Eagles. After having worked in Deventer for seven months Maaskant came back to Roosendaal, and then moved on to Willem II Tilburg in the summer of 2004. There he was fired on November 21, 2005 and replaced by Kees Zwamborn. On January 4, 2006 Maaskant was re-instated as the manager of RBC Roosendaal, as the successor of Dolf Roks. He was fired in 2007 and signed a one-year contract with MVV Maastricht for season 2007-2008 with an option to extend it for 2 more years. But, in February 2008, he left MVV and signed for NAC Breda, to be the auxiliar coach of Ernie Brandts. In the summer of the same year, as soon as Brandts left the Bredase club, Maaskant took the spot.

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