Ron de Roode, a former winger for Roodenburg, passed away at the age of 57 due to cancer

Ron de Roode

Ron de Roode, A former player for Roodenburg, a winger, passed away at the age of 57 due to cancer. According to the news that came out on Monday from ADO Den Haag, Ron de Roode He passed away at the age of 57 after a brief bout with sickness. The attacker was a member of the club from The Hague, which was known as FC Den Haag at the time, from 1982 until 1989, and participated in more than two hundred games for the team.

During the 1986 season, De Roode was a member of FC Den Haag’s legendary squad that went on to win the First Division championship without losing a single game under the direction of Rob Baan. During that season, he tallied 16 goals in the league. From 1986 through 1988, the Hagenaars had nine victories in the Eredivisie thanks to De Roode’s precise predictions.

In 1987, De Roode participated in the KNVB cup final that was contested against Ajax and FC Den Haag. In the championship match, which Ajax won 2-4 in overtime at the Zuiderpark stadium in The Hague, he entered the game in the 68th minute. The next year, the native of Leiden was a member of FC Den Haag as they competed in the European Cup II competition and scored a goal against the Swiss Young Boys.

After spending some time in The Hague, De Roode went on to compete in the Eredivisie with the Willem II club from 1989 to 1991. After that, he participated in Telstar’s First Division as an active member.

In 1995, when he was thirty years old, De Roode called it quits on his professional career. After that, he spent a significant amount of time as a trainer at a variety of amateur clubs in Leiden and the surrounding region.

The Death of Ron de Roode Ron de Roode, a Dutch footballer who played as a winger in Roodenburg, Den Haag, and the Netherlands, has passed away due to cancer. Ron de Roode was a native of Roodenburg. According to reports, Ron de Roode lost his valiant struggle with testicular cancer and died on Monday, August 29, 2022, at the age of 57.

Ron de Roode was born on March 20th, 1965 in the city of Leiden, which is located in the province of South Holland. After beginning his football career in a local amateur league with the Roodenburg Football Club in 1982, Ron de Roode moved on to play for FC Den Haag. As a result of his lightning-quick pace, impressive dribbling ability, and lethal crosses and goals, he was an immediate hit with the crowd.

With de Roode contributing 16 goals to the cause, Den Haag went unbeaten throughout the 1985–1986 Eerste Divisie season and won the championship. He scored a total of 53 goals for the club in 177 matches played in the league, as well as 8 goals in 23 matches played in the domestic cup, and 1 goal in 4 matches played in the Cup Winners’ Cup.

After making the transfer to Willem II in 1989, Ron de Roode never established himself as a regular starter for the team. He participated in all 32 of the team’s league matches and scored 6 goals for them.

In the latter half of 1990, he signed with Telstar of the Eerste Divisie and went on to score 41 goals for them in 98 outings across all competitions. Testicular cancer, which Deoode was diagnosed with while he was still playing with Telsta, virtually put an end to his career as a professional athlete.

1981 was the year that De Roode was given his first three caps for the Netherlands U17 national team.
After hanging up his cleats, de Roode went on to become a coach with the amateur teams of LFC, Stompwijk ’92, UVS, and DoCoS. After hanging up his cleats, de Roode went on to become a coach with the amateur teams of LFC, Stompwijk ’92, UVS, and DoCoS.
The national football squad representing the Netherlands

Since 1905, the Netherlands has been represented in international men’s football matches by the Netherlands national football team, which is known in the Dutch language as Het Nederlands Elftal.

The Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB), the regulatory organization for football in the Netherlands, which is a member of UEFA and falls under the authority of FIFA, is in charge of the men’s national team. UEFA is the governing body for football in Europe.

It is generally agreed that they are one of the greatest national teams in the history of football and that they are one of the finest national teams in the history of football overall.

The Johan Cruyff Arena, De Kuip, Philips Stadion, and De Grolsch Veste are the four primary venues that host the majority of the Netherlands’ home matches.

 

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