Dutch coach watch: Are they still riding high?

The Netherlands Marco Van Basten: 2 wins
Soca Warriors Leo Beenhakker: 1 draw, 1 loss (count the match against Sweden a moral victory)
South Korea’s Dick Advocaat: 1 win 1 draw
The Socceroos Guus Hiddink: 1 win 1 loss
4 wins, 2 draws, 2 losses!
Compare the German, French, and Brazilian records:
Germany’s Jurgen Klinsmann: 2 wins
Togo’s Otto Pfister: 2 losses
France’s Raymond Domenech: 2 draws
Tunisia’s Roger Lemerre: 1 draw 1 loss
Ivory Coast’s Henri Michel: 2 losses
Brazil’s Carlos Alberto Parreira: 2 wins
Japan’s Zico: 1 loss 1 draw
Costa Rica’s Alexander Guimaraes: 2 losses
Portugal’s Luiz Felipe Scolari: 2 wins
You have to put into context what the Dutch coaches have accomplished with their teams, The Soca Warriors have never been to the World Cup and the Socceroos have made it after 32 years.
The Soca Warriors are in Group B with England and Sweden, quality opposition and they still have a chance of making it out of the group with their last game against Paraguay
More importantly all their teams are still in contention for the group spots
England. They do not coach their own, and have no one coaching other squads. Why would anyone pick a Englishman to coach your squad? The last successful one was Sir Alf Ramsey, England’s coach in 1966 when they last won the World Cup. In fact, the EPL top four teams are coached by, Sir Alex Ferguson, Jose Mourinho, Rafael Benitez, and Arsene Wenger, all non-English.
Best coach: Ghana’s Ratomir Dujkovic, in a strong position to keep their team in contention for the second spot, in arguably the toughest group.

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