Roy Makaay (2007)
|Surname||Rudolphus Antonius Makaay|
|birthday||March 9, 1975|
|place of birth||Wijchen , Netherlands|
|position||Sturm - center forward|
|-1989||SV Blauw-Wit Nijmegen|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|1993-1997||Vitesse Arnhem||109 (42)|
|1997-1999||CD Tenerife||72 (21)|
|1999-2003||Deportivo La Coruña||133 (79)|
|2003-2007||FC Bayern Munich||129 (78)|
|2007-2010||Feyenoord Rotterdam||83 (36)|
|1993-1996||Netherlands U21||31 (15)|
|Stations as a trainer|
|2015–||Feyenoord Rotterdam (Forward Coach)|
|1 Only league games are given.|
In 1993, Roy Makaay made his professional debut in the Dutch Eredivisie at the age of 18 . For Vitesse Arnheim he played 109 games in the championship until 1997 and was successful 42 times. He then moved to Spain to CD Tenerife , for which he completed 72 games in the Primera División and scored 21 goals. After two seasons he moved to Deportivo La Coruña , for whom he appeared 130 times in the league, scored 79 goals, was Spanish champions in 2000 and second in the championship in 2001 .
After scoring three goals in the first leg of the first group stage of the 2002/03 Champions League at Bayern Munich and the winning goal in the second leg, the Munich club took notice of him and signed him for the 2003/04 season for the club's record transfer fee of 18.7 Million euros , which increased to 19.7 million euros due to additional payment bonuses. He played 129 league games for Bayern, scored 78 goals, prepared 26 goals and won the DFB Cup and the German championship twice . On March 7, 2007, he scored the 1-0 for Bayern Munich in just 10.03 seconds against Real Madrid - the fastest goal in the history of the UEFA Champions League .
In the summer of 2007, FC Bayern initiated a radical change. Especially in the storm the ranking changed with the engagements of Miroslav Klose and world champion Luca Toni . Makaay convinced with his strong hit rate. But internally, he was accused of failing in important games - especially the Champions League . The VfL Wolfsburg was interested in year 32 the but it moved back into the home.
From the 2007/08 season Roy Makaay played again in the Netherlands for the first division club Feyenoord Rotterdam . There he scored 13 goals (7 assists) in 28 games in his first season. In the next season he scored 16 goals in 4 assists in 31 games.
In April 2010, Makaay announced that he would end his professional football career after the season. On the final day of the match, he contributed three goals to the club's entry into the UEFA Europa League in Feyenoord's 6-2 win over SC Heerenveen . In the second leg of the Cup final on May 6th against Ajax Amsterdam , he made his last game as an active footballer. Makaay stayed with the club, for which he had been running since 2007, as a junior coach.
On October 5, 1996 Makaay made his debut in the senior national team of his country, for which he played 43 international matches, scoring six goals. With the Elftal he took part in the 2000 European Championships in Belgium and the Netherlands and the 2004 European Championships in Portugal . For the U-21 team of the “Oranje” he scored a total of 15 times and, together with Arnold Bruggink, took second place in the all-time top scorer list behind Klaas-Jan Huntelaar . For the 2006 World Cup , Makaay was not nominated because he was preferred in the national team Ruud van Nistelrooy as a center forward.
For the Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008 Makaay was appointed as one of three older players for the selection of his country by selection coach Foppe de Haan . The Orange were eliminated in the quarterfinals after a 2-1 win after extra time against Argentina . Makaay led the team in this tournament as captain on the field.
- German champion (2): 2005 , 2006
- DFB Cup winners (2): 2005 , 2006
- League Cup Winner : 2004
- Spanish champion : 2000
- Spanish Cup Winner : 2002
- Spanish Supercup Winner (2): 2000, 2002
- Dutch Cup Winner : 2008
- UEFA Golden Shoe (Best scorer in Europe 2002/03 with 29 goals)
- Primera División 2002/03 Pichichi trophy (top scorer)
- Kicker Striker of the Year : 2005
- Footballer of the Month March 2004 (in the Bundesliga)
- Goalscorer of the month May 2005, January 2006
|society||league||season||league||Nat. Cup||Int. Cup||Other||total|
|CD Tenerife||Primera División||1997/98||36||7th||1||0||-||-||-||-||37||7th|
|Deportivo La Coruña||Primera División||1999/00||36||22nd||2||1||8th||3||-||-||46||26th|
|FC Bayern Munich||Bundesliga||2003/04||32||23||4th||2||8th||6th||-||-||44||31|
Makaay usually played as a center forward and was also called "the phantom" because he statistically required less than four shots per goal and often barely appeared except for his goals. Probably for this reason, too, he had the trophy that he received as the Spanish top scorer in 2003 reproduced by a jeweler to thank each of his teammates from Deportivo de La Coruña.
- Roy Makaay in the database of weltfussball.de
- Süddeutsche Zeitung: The phantom goes. Retrieved April 16, 2020 .
- Goalscorer of the month May 2005
- Goalscorer of the month January 2006
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Makaay, Rudolphus Anton|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Dutch soccer player and current soccer coach|
|DATE OF BIRTH||March 9, 1975|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Wijchen|