Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 24. Chapters: Albert Guðmundsson (footballer born 1958), André Oostrom, Andy Atuegbu, Bernie James, Bogdan Turudija, Brian Hornsby, Bruce Twamley, Colin Franks, David Kemp (footballer), Drew Ferguson, Dwight Lodeweges, Edi Kirschner, Gordon Sweetzer, Hayden Knight, Henk ten Cate, Jan Goossens, Joe Raduka, John Baretta, John Webb (footballer), Kai Haaskivi, Klaus Heinlein, Lee Atack, Lex Schoenmaker, Lorenz Hilkes, Mark Liveric, Mark Snell, Mike McLenaghen, Mike Sweeney (soccer), Neill Roberts, P. J. Johns, Pasquale de Luca, Peter Arnautoff, Peter Mellor, Peter Nogly, Ross Ongaro. Excerpt: Henk ten Cate (Dutch pronunciation: , born 9 December 1954 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland) is a Dutch football manager and a former professional player. In the 2005-06 season, he was the assistant of Frank Rijkaard at Barcelona that guided the team to a Champions League Trophy and La Liga title. He then served as manager of Ajax until October 2007, when he was released by mutual consent, allowing him to begin talks with Chelsea. Ten Cate joined the London club on 11 October 2007, as assistant manager but was sacked on 29 May 2008 just 5 days after the departure of manager Avram Grant. Henk ten Cate started his football career at amateur side FC Rheden before signing his first professional contract at Go Ahead Eagles. He made his Eredivisie debut in the 1979-80 season and earned himself 27 appearances throughout the season in which he scored 4 goals. These performances earned him a transfer to NASL side Edmonton Drillers in Canada. After the North American season he returned to Go Ahead Eagles and continued his Eredivisie campaign. He became however unsure of his position and was sent on loan to Eerste Divisie side Telstar where he was one of their key players. After the season at Telstar he returned to Deventer and became a first team regular for Go Ahead Eagles again for three more seasons. In 1985 he switched to SC Heracles where he ended his professional career as a player. After his playing career Ten Cate became assistant manager of Fritz Korbach at Go Ahead Eagles, playing in the Eerste Divisie. When Korbach moved to SC Heerenveen in February 1990 Ten Cate took over as a manager. He managed to win period title, which earned an Eerste Divisie side a place in the promotion play-offs at the end of the season. In these play-offs Go Ahead Eagles placed equal with Korbach's SC Heerenveen, but Heerenveen promoted to the Eredivisie on goal difference. Ten Cate left Go Ahead Eagles and returned to one of the other teams he was active at during his playing career, SC Herac
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