|SV Meerssen (manager)|
|2001||United Arab Emirates|
Martinus Johannes Maria "Tiny" Ruys (born 8 May 1957)is a Dutch football coach who has managed SV Meerssen since 2015.
Ruys was in charge of the United Arab Emirates in 2001,and has also managed Dutch club teams Fortuna Sittard and MVV Maastricht.
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