Ivar van Dinteren is the new coach of Jong FC Utrecht

Ivar van Dinteren is the new coach of Jong FC Utrecht

Van Dentteren started playing football at SDO in Bosum and then played in the youth academy of FC Utrecht. The midfielder makes his professional football debut on behalf of FC Groningen and then also plays for RKC Waalwijk, Helmond Sport, FC Zwolle, VV Noordwijk, FC Breukelen and American Dayton Dutch Lions FC.

As a coach, Van Dinteren gains his first experiences in the youth academy of PEC Zwolle. Later he will represent the group at SDO and Almere City FC, where he coaches the U21 team and is the main strength assistant coach. As an assistant coach, Van Dentteren works with Ron Jans at Cincinnati American Club and FC Twenty. From this club, the former youth international is now making a step towards FC Utrecht.

“In the character of Ivar, we welcome a strong and passionate coach to Sportcomplex Zoudenbalch,” says FC Utrecht technical director Tim Gilissen. “Ivar has worked with talented young players before and is known for helping them take the next steps in their development. His ideas about football fit in well with the game we want to see at FC Utrecht. Ivar himself played in the youth academy in Utrecht and still lives in the area. “He knows the club and the culture of this region. We are delighted to have him with us for two seasons and look forward to working with confidence.”

“I was immediately excited at the opportunity to start working as head coach at Jong FC Utrecht,” says Van Dinteren. “I’m known for my teams who want to win the ball as quickly as possible when they have to defend and when they attack they want to get to the opponent’s goal as quickly as possible. Instant game. I think it’s important that when people come to watch Jong FC Utrecht they see a great game. We have to To show them that: a lot of action, a lot of intensity and a lot of dynamics.”

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In addition to Van Dinteren, FC Utrecht also welcomes Timo Plattel to its reserve team. The 29-year-old goalkeeper coach, a former international who stood under the crossbar as a professional on behalf of FC Twente and Almere City FC, among others, is out of the VEC youth academy and signs a three-year contract in Utrecht.

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