Jonker was at the helm of Holland outfits Willem II, MVV and Volendam and was also the assistant manager of VfL Wolfsburg, FC Barcelona and Bayern Munich as well. He also took up the role as head of the Arsenal F.C. Academy. Jonker as well was at the helm of Wolfsburg.
|Date of birth||22 September 1962|
|Place of birth||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|1988–1990||DRC Amsterdam II|
|2007–2009||Willem II Tilburg|
|2011||Bayern Munich (caretaker)|
|2011–2012||Bayern Munich II|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Jonker began his career managing at side DRC Amsterdam II in 1988. Two years afterward he attained the post at the helm of the Netherlands's youth teams. He eventually held on to this role for seven years altogether.
Jonker was named as an assistant manager at Willem II for the 2006–07 season. The following season saw him fully take up the helm of the Tricolores. Jonker stayed on as manager of the club for another season only to leave the side in February 2009.
Jonker then joined Bayern Munich as an assistant to Louis van Gaal in July 2009. Wherein this role, Jonker won with Bayern the double of the Bundesliga and the DFB-Pokal of 2010. He then took over the side in April 2011 on an interim basis until the end of that season. Jonker, in June 2011, was announced as the new manager of Bayern Munich II. Jonker eventually left the club altogether in June 2012.
Jonker joined up with VfL Wolfsburg soon afterward, thus staying in the Bundesliga. As so at the Volkswagen Arena he took up the position of an assistant manager, where he helped see the Wolves get to the DFB-Pokal semi finals of 2013.
Jonker was announced as the new academy manager at English club Arsenal ahead of the 2014–15 season. Whilst at the club Jonkers formed an influential and key part in the academy's Hale End based facility being redesigned and rebuilt.
|Volendam||1 July 1999||30 June 2000||39||10||8||21||35||44||−9||25.64|
|Maastricht||1 July 2003||30 June 2006||118||33||34||51||142||181||−39||27.97|
|Willem II||5 November 2007||17 February 2009||49||15||8||26||63||73||−10||30.61|
|Bayern Munich||10 April 2011||9 June 2011||5||4||1||0||20||5||+15||80.00|
|Bayern Munich II||9 June 2011||30 June 2012||34||8||10||16||43||54||−11||23.53|
|VfL Wolfsburg||27 February 2017||18 September 2017||19||8||4||7||19||24||−5||42.11|
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Andries Jonker managerial positions