Aron Winter

Aron Winter

Infobox Football biography
playername = Aron Winter

fullname = Aron Mohamed Winter
dateofbirth = birth date and age|1967|3|1
cityofbirth = Paramaribo
countryofbirth = Suriname
(under Dutch Empire until 1975)
dateofdeath =
cityofdeath =
countryofdeath =
height =
position = Midfielder (retired)
youthyears =
youthclubs =
years = 1985-1992
clubs = Ajax
Sparta Rotterdam (loan)
caps(goals) = 187 (46)
123 (21)
076 0(1)
051 0(4)
032 0(1)
469 (73)
nationalyears = 1987-2000
nationalteam = Netherlands
nationalcaps(goals) = 084 0(6)
manageryears = 2007-
managerclubs = Jong Ajax

Aron Mohamed Winter (born 1 March 1967 in Paramaribo, Suriname) is a retired Dutch association footballer. He was a member of the Dutch national team that won the 1988 European Football Championship.

He began his career with amateur club SV Lelystad, before joining AFC Ajax when he was 19 years old. His first game for Ajax was a match against FC Utrecht on 6 April 1986, which Ajax won 3–0. Winter won two KNVB Cups (1987 and 1988), the Eredivisie title (1990), the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1987) and the UEFA Cup (1992) with the club before moving on to Italy, where he played for Lazio in 1992.

His midfield role at Lazio was to replace the "enfant terrible" Paul Gascoigne, and he played the defensive midfield position for many years in the Serie A.

In the 1994 FIFA World Cup, he scored a goal against Brazil in the quarter-finals.

Despite his four-year tenure at Lazio, they were unable to win any titles and, in 1996, Winter joined Internazionale, where he played alongside Roberto Baggio, Giuseppe Bergomi and Gianluca Pagliuca. Together, they won the UEFA Cup in 1998. He was also selected for the Dutch national team for Euro 96, as well as the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France.

His age showed after the 1998 World Cup, and he left Inter for his former club Ajax in 1999. Frank Rijkaard, who was then appointed manager of the Netherlands, informed Winter after the World Cup that his chances for the "Oranje" were limited as they had similar players for his position who were younger than him. True to his pedigree for hard work, Winter maintained a fine form for Ajax, enough to earn a place in Rijkaard's Euro 2000 squad.

In 2001, he was loaned out to Sparta Rotterdam after a high-profile dispute with then Ajax coach Co Adriaanse. He played 32 games for Sparta Rotterdam and scored one goal before finishing his career at Ajax, where he chose to retire.

Having represented his national team 84 times, scoring six goals, Winter is currently the sixth most capped player for the Dutch national team. [Netherland 10 most capped players]


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