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| (1963-04-13) April 13, 1963 (age 52)|Jan Willem van Ede Wikipedia
Jan Willem van Ede (born April 13, 1963 in Utrecht) is a retired Dutch football goalkeeper.
He played the majority of his career for hometown club FC Utrecht and as of 2017, still holds the record of most Eredivisie games played for the club with 409. He made his professional debut on 8 September 1982 for Utrecht against PEC Zwolle and won the 1985 KNVB Cup with the club.
He later became reserve goalkeeper at PSV and FC Twente and also played for Haarlem in the Eerste Divisie and NAC.
In 1999, Van Ede was sentenced to pay a compensation after kicking Roda JC winger Danny Hoekman 10 years earlier, which took Hoekman out of the game for almost two years due to a knee injury.
Van Ede worked as assistant and goalkeeper coach of the Netherlands women from 2005 but was dismissed in summer 2016 due to a difference in view with manager Arjan van der Laan. Next to his job with the Dutch FA, he was appointed coach of amateur side Montfoort in December 2015.
Last update: December 4, 2008