Franciscus "Frank" de Boer is a Dutch football manager who is currently the head coach of Atlanta United. A former defender, De Boer spent most of his professional playing career with Ajax, winning five Eredivisie titles, two KNVB Cups, three Super Cups, one UEFA Cup, one UEFA Champions League and one Intercontinental Cup. He later spent five years at Barcelona, where he won the 1998–99 La Liga title, before retiring after short spells at Galatasaray, Rangers, Al-Rayyan and Al-Shamal. De Boer is the second most capped outfield player in the history of the Netherlands national team, with 112 caps. He captained the Oranje to the semi-finals of both the 1998 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2000. He is the twin brother of Ronald de Boer, with whom he was a teammate at Ajax, Barcelona, Rangers, Al-Rayyan, Al-Shamal and the Netherlands national team.
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About Frank de Boer
Former Dutch defender who began managing Ajax in 2010 after serving as an assistant for the Dutch national team for two years.
He began his professional career with Ajax in 1988.
He made 112 appearances for the Netherlands national team in his 14-year international career.
He has a brother named Ronald de Boer.
He retired from the Netherlands' national team one season before Robin Vanpersie joined the squad in 2005.
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