Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is a Dutch professional football manager and former player who was most recently the manager of League One club Burton Albion.
During his four-year career with the Netherlands national team, which included a stint at the 1998 FIFA World Cup, he scored nine goals in a total of 23 matches and appeared in all of those matches.
In May of 2013, he was given the position of manager of Royal Antwerp, a club that competes in the Belgian Second Division.
He held this position for a single campaign. In November 2014, he was hired by Burton Albion in England, and in his first season, he led them to their first-ever promotion to League One as champions of League Two.
He was given the position of manager of Queens Park Rangers, who play in the Championship, in December of 2015. He was fired from his employment in November 2016, after having worked there for a total of 11 months.
He served as the manager of the League One team Northampton Town from September 2017 to April 2018.
On the first day of the new year in 2021, he was given the position of manager of Burton Albion, which was the second time he had held the position in his career.
On September 5, 2022, he tendered his resignation from his position as manager of Burton Albion.
Did Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink win the Premier League?
Yes, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink won the Premier League. Alongside Dwight Yorke and Michael Owen, he was one of the three winners of the Premier League Golden Boot in the 1998–1999 season.