Vince Gino Dekker

Vince Gino Dekker

2013-12-16 Contract Abdel Nouri Gino Dekker Arena Amsterdam


Netherlands-32 (1)

Country: Netherlands

Date of birth: 22/03/1997 (17 years old)

Place of birth: Harderwijk (Netherlands)

Height: 178cm

Youth career: DVS ’33 Ermelo, Ajax Amsterdam (since 2004)

Current club: Ajax Amsterdam/Jong Ajax

Squad number: —

Current national team: Netherlands U-18

Position: attacking midfielder, winger

Preferred foot: left

Market value (by —

Tournaments participated in: Montaigu Tournament 2013, UEFA Youth League 2014/2015 (2/0)

Contract until: 30.06.2017

Player’s agent: Fulco van Kooperen – Muy Manero

Similar type of player: Denis Cheryshev



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Style of play:

– old-fashioned winger

– likes to dribble

– likes to cross

– exceptional precision when passing and crossing

– likes to run with the ball close to his feet

– likes to shoot from distance

– likes to get past his man and get in an early cross for the centre forwards


He is best suited to playing as:

Left winger in 4-3-3.







League summary:

No senior team appearances yet.



Vince Gino Dekker is a son of former NEC Nijmegen and AZ Alkmaar striker – Bennie Dekker. He joined famous Ajax youth academy from a small team DVS ’33 Ermelo at the age of 7. He is a member of a very strong generation of Ajax players born in 1997 which includes among others Vaclav Cerny, Donny van de Beek, Abdelhak Nouri, Adham El Idrissi and Ezra Walian. He is known as one of the best and most accurate crossers in European youth football. He made his international debut for the Netherlands at youth level playing for the Netherlands U-15 squad in 2012. Currently, he is a member of U18 young “Oranje” setup.



“With the bold, chest-out running style of Robert Pires, his ability to cross from absolutely any position could easily have led to many more Ajax goals than it did. With great vision, a selfless approach, and a decent right foot to go with a phenomenal left, he more than makes up for an occasional lack of pace. Add a constant desire to receive the ball and that stand-up cross from the byline which few professionals can master more than 50 per cent of the time, and the Godenzonen have a real talent on their hands.”



Football Talent Scout potential rating:

7/10   BallBallBallBallBallBallBall

Country-scale star with top European club ambition.





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