Monday, March 14, 2022 – 12:00 WIB
VIVA – Considered one of the best strikers of his generation, Robin van Persie is known to be the all-time leading goalscorer for the Dutch national team. Van Persie retired as a professional player in 2019.
And the former player who is now 38 years old is still continuing his career in the world of football by becoming an assistant manager at his boyhood club, Feyenoord, as an assistant coach.
Van Persie’s name began to fly while strengthening Arsenal. During eight years playing for the Gunners (2004-2012), Van Persie has scored 132 goals in 278 matches in all competitions.
At Arsenal he set three club records. Most goals scored in 38 matches in a Premier League season with 30 goals in 2012. He has also scored the most goals at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium with a total of 64 goals.
With Arsenal, the former player who was born on August 6, 1983, has won two prestigious trophies. Namely the 2005 FA Cup and 2004 Community Shield. He also successfully became a finalist in the 2006 Champions League and 2011 League Cup.
While the prestigious Premier League trophy he could only get when he moved to Manchester United. During three seasons at Old Trafford, successfully won the Premier League trophy and the 2013 Community Shield.