| Remko Bicentini|
| Football player|
| (1968-02-20) 20 February 1968 (age 47)|
Remko Bicentini Wikipedia
Remko Bicentini (born 20 February 1968) is a Dutch-Curaçaoan football manager and former professional player. He currently coaches the Curaçao national side, having previously been as an assistant manager with the national team and headcoach of Dutch amateur side SV AWC.
Bicentini, who played as a central defender, began his professional career in the Netherlands with NEC, making 24 appearances in the 1986–87 season. He later played for a number of amateur teams including De Treffers, SJN, Nijmeegse Boys, VV Germania, SV AWC and DIO '30.
He became head coach of the Netherlands Antilles national side in 2009.
In September 2016, he became coach of the Curaçao national team, replacing Patrick Kluivert after serving time as assistant to Kluivert.
In June 2017, Bicentini coached the national team to their maiden Caribbean Cup title.
His father is former NEC player Moises Bicentini. Bicentini is founder and chairman of the Dutch Caribbean Stars.