Danny Koevermans

Danny Koevermans

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Danny Koevermans (born 1 November 1978 in Schiedam) is a Dutch footballer. He currently plays as a centre forward for Toronto FC.

Club career

Early career

He began his career with the amateurs of Excelsior'20, then went to Sparta Rotterdam, playing there for five seasons.


In 2005 he switched to AZ, where he started as a second-choice centre forward, although he bagged numerous goals. His breakthrough would be in 2006–07, being one of Eredivisie's top scorers with 22, and reaching the Netherlands national football team, aged 28.

Koevermans rejected a contract offer from AZ to extend his tenure at the club and his manager Louis van Gaal informed him that he would not be a first-team regular from then on with this resulting in his pushing for a move to another club.

PSV Eindhoven

Late August 2007 he joined PSV Eindhoven for a fee of €6 million where he received the number 10 jersey, last worn by Ivorian striker Arouna Koné, who was sold to Sevilla FC.

Toronto FC

On June 29, 2011, it was announced the Koevermans had reached an agreement to join Major League Soccer team Toronto FC as a designated player. The signing of former German International Torsten Frings was announced at the same press conference. Koevermans made his debut for Toronto in a 1-0 home defeat to FC Dallas on July 20, 2011. Koevermans scored his first goal for Toronto on a cross from......
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