He debuted in a classic against Feyenoord in 1966 and participated in the four consecutive European Cup finals of Ajax de Cruyff. He won the Dutch league six times and was fourteen times international with the Netherlands. He left Ajax in 1977 and finished his career at the MVV, Maastricht club, and the Austrian Grazer. After retiring he began his career as a coach and It was he who finished the 1987-88 season after Cruyff decided to resign after a clash of ideas with the board. In his last years he continued to belong to the club and acted as advisor to, among others, De Ligt. This Sunday Barry Hulshoff passed away at 73 years of age. This has been transmitted by the club through a statement on its website. Hulshoff was one of the fundamental pillars of the Ajax of the 70s, being the headline of these glorious years of the club pay off that marked a before and after in the history of football. All categories of Ajax will wear black bracelets this week, a minute of silence will be kept in the subsidiary’s meeting tonight and He hopes to do the same before Getafe.