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ADO Den Haag ADO Den Haag ADO

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Twente Twente TWE

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VVV-Venlo VVV-Venlo VVV

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FC Emmen FC Emmen EMM

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PSV PSV PSV

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Fortuna Sittard Fortuna Sittard FSI

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Zwolle Zwolle ZWO

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AZ Alkmaar AZ Alkmaar AZ

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EURO 2016

Euro 2016 coaches when they were Panini stickers

The bulk of the coaches overseeing the 24 teams at the European championship were players in their time, each with their own Panini sticker.

Los cromos de los entrenadores de la Eurocopa durante su etapa como jugadores.

FRANCE (Deschamps)

Didier Deschamps moved from France to Juventus in 1994. He subsequently moved to Chelsea hanging up his boots in LaLiga with Valencia.He won one World Cup and one European Championship with "Les Bleus".

SWITZERLAND (Petkovic)

Vladimir Petkovic was a midfielder who spent all of his playing carrear in the former Yugoslavia and Switzerland.

ALBANIA (De Biasi)

Gianni de Biasi played with eight teams in Italian football. The former Levante coach has been given honorary Albanian citizenship after leading the national team to it's first major tournament.

ROMANIA (Iordanescu)

Anghel Iordanescu played for Steaua Bucharest for the majority of his playing career with just two seasons with OFI Crete (Greece).

SLOVAKIA (Kozak)

Jan Kozak was a football globetrotter playing for clubs in Slovakia, Belgium, Czech Republic, England, Romania, Greece, Uzbekistan and Austria.

WALES (Coleman)

Chris Coleman started his career with Swansea City before moving to London with Crystal Palace.He then moved to Blackburn Rovers and finished his carrear back in London with Fulham.

GERMANY (Löw)

Joachim Löw spent his playing carrear with teams in both German and Swiss leagues.

NORTHERN IRELAND (O'Neill)

Michael O'Neill played professional football,for 20 years with the likes of Newcastle United and Wigan Athletic. He subsequently moved north to Scotland before moving tinto management.

POLAND (Nawalka)

Adam Nawalka spent his time as a player in the Polis leagiw with the bulk of his time at Wisla Krakow.

UKRAINE (Fomenko)

Mykhaylo Fomenko won a bronze medal with the USSR at the Montreal Olympics in 1976. He played the bulk of his football with powerhouse Dynamo Kiev.

SPAIN (Del Bosque)

Vicente del Bosque played for Real Madrid for 16 years winning five league titles and four Copa del Rey finals with the team from the Santiago Bernabeu.

TURKEY (Terim)

Fatih Terim started playing with Adana Demirspor before moving to Galatasaray. He played as a midfielder and then managed "CimBom" on many occasions.

BELGIUM (Wilmots)

Marc Wilmots played as an offensive midfielder making a name with Standard Leige. He subsequently played for Schalke 04 (Germany) and Bordeaux and before a return to Gelsenkirchen 

ITALY (Conte)

Antonio Conte broke-through at the youth ranks at Lecce before moving to Juventus. As a player he won one Champions League, one UEFA cup and one Intertoto.

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND (O'Neill)

Martin O'Neill was one of the key player sin the infamous Notthingham Forrest teams that won two European cup's under the guidance of the legendary Brian Clough. O'Neill was also the captain of the Northern Ireland team that player in the 1982 Spanish World Cup.

AUSTRIA (Koller)

Marcel Koller played with Swiss side Grasshoppers Zurich for 24 years scoring 56 goals in 428 games. He played for the Swiss national team on 56 occasions. 

HUNGARY (Strock)

Bernd Storck played in Germany with VFL Bochum before a move to Borussia Dortmund where he spent six seasons of his career..

PORTUGAL (Santos)

Fernando Santos spent his time asa player in his native Portugal where he manned the Estoril, back line from 1973 to 1987. He left the yellow side for one season with a move to Marítimo but returned to Estoril after one season with the Madeira based side.