Andries Ulderink

Andries Ulderink (born 30 July 1969 in Zwolle) is a Dutch association football coach and a former soccer player. He trained Dutch professional and amateur teams. Since 2018 he manages Ajax Cape Town in South Africa.[1]

Football career

Ulderink was a footballer at VV Reünie and HSC '21. His position was forward.


Ulderink started coaching at AZSV. He then continued to SC Varsseveld, SV DCS, and Rohda Raalte. His first manager gig at a professional team was assistant coach at De Graafschap. He returned to Rohda Raalte, assisted again De Graafschap, lead the youth department at De Graafschap, and coached Be Quick '28. His first main coach position at a professional team was for Go Ahead Eagles, followed by De Graafschap, AGOVV Apeldoorn, scout at AFC Ajax, Young Ajax, and assistant at Reading (2016–2018). Since 2018 he is the manager of Ajax Cape Town.[2][3]


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  2. "Ajax Cape Town appoint Dutch coach Andries Ulderink". Retrieved 2019-06-09.
  3. "Ajax CT appoint Dutchman as new head coach". Sport24. Retrieved 2019-06-09.
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