The Poster: Ruud Gullit | A Versatile Dutch Icon

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Poster of Ruud Gullit

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Poster of Ruud Gullit

Ruud Gullit is one of the most decorated Dutch footballers of all time. He was a midfielder who could play in any position on the pitch, which made him a valuable asset to any team. He started his career at Feyenoord Rotterdam, and then went on to play for some of the biggest clubs in Europe. In this blog post, we will take a look at Ruud Gullit's illustrious career, and find out what made him such a successful player.

Ruud Gullit's career

Gullit's career began in 1979, when he joined HFC Harlem helping them win the second division in Dutch Football. He then joined Feyenoord Rotterdam quickly establishing himself as a key player for the team, and helped them to win the Dutch Championship in 1984. In 1985, Gullit moved to PSV Eindhoven, where he won two more Dutch Championships.

In 1987, Gullit moved to Italy to join AC Milan. This is where he really made a name for himself, as he helped Milan to win the European Cup in 1989 and 1990. He also won the Serie A title thrice with Milan in 1988, 1991 and 1992. In total, Gullit spent six years in Milan, and during this time he became the first Dutchman to win the Ballon d'Or.

After leaving Milan, Gullit had spells at Sampdoria and Chelsea where he retired from playing in 1999. He scored 205 goals and provided 88 assists in his club career.

In 1981, Gullit made his debut for the Netherlands national team. He was a key player and captain of the team that won Euro 1988, and he was also named as the player of the tournament. He went on to play in two more World Cups, and he captained the Dutch team to victory at Euro 1992. In total, Gullit made 66 appearances for his country, scoring 12 goals.

Gullit's success as a player led to him being offered a number of managerial roles. He has managed Chelsea, Newcastle United, Feyenoord Rotterdam and LA Galaxy.

What made Ruud Gullit such a versatile player?

Gullit was primarily a midfielder, but he could also play in any position on the pitch. This made him a valuable asset to any team. He was often seen changing the course of a match with his decisive decisions. In addition to being an excellent playmaker, Gullit was also known for his vision and passing range.

Gullit's versatility was one of his biggest strengths as a player. He could play in any position on the pitch, which made him a valuable asset to any team. His ability to read the game and make decisive decisions meant that he could often be seen changing the course of a match. Gullit was also known for his vision and passing range, which made him an excellent playmaker. In addition to all of this, Gullit was also a very physical player and had a good aerial presence. All of these attributes combined made him one of the most complete midfielders of his generation.

Gullit's legacy is that he is considered one of the greatest Dutch footballers of all time. His versatility made him a valuable asset to any team, and his vision and passing range meant that he could often be seen changing the course of a match. In addition to his club career, Gullit also had a very successful international career. He captained the Dutch team to victory at Euro 1988, and he was named as the player of the tournament. Gullit's success as a player has led to him being offered a number of managerial roles. He has managed Chelsea, Newcastle United, Feyenoord Rotterdam and LA Galaxy.Poster of Ruud Gullit