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|Full Name||Ruud Kaiser|
|Date of Birth||26 December 1960|
|Place of Birth||Amsterdam, Holland|
|Previous Roles||Youth Team Manager|
|Other clubs|| RBC Roosendal|
Ruud Kaiser (born 26 December 1960 in Amsterdam, Holland) is a former Youth Team Manager at Chelsea.
Ruud had a long playing career as a striker which included spells in Holland, France, Belgium and England with Coventry City. Upon retirement he moved into coaching and scouting and worked with the Dutch national youth teams, coaching a talented Under-17 unit to great success in the first half of the 2000s.
In 2006 Ruud was hired as the Under-18 coach at Chelsea, in a move facilitated by Frank Arnesen and Piet de Visser, a veteran Dutch scout and key advisor to Roman Abramovich. Working with a number of newly arrived scholars, his tactical approach differed greatly from that regularly seen in England and often adopted unusual formations, such a a 3-3-4 or a 5-2-3. However, he was to last one season, with the club not satisfied that he was the man to further the development of the young talents at his disposal.