Dick van Well (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈdɪk fɑn ˈʋɛl]; born 1948 in Rotterdam) is a Dutch businessman and currently chairman of Dutch football team Feyenoord Rotterdam. Van Well was chairman of the Dura Vermeer Group in Zoetermeer for many years. He is known to support Feyenoord since the 1960s, the time that the quality of Dutch football improved to their glorious years in the 1970s, including Feyenoord European Cup win in 1970. He also has his own business seat in the Feijenoord Stadion. Van Well was appointed as Feyenoord's new chairman after Jorien van den Herik was forced to withdrew from his position in the 2006-07 season. The man who saved Feyenoord from bankruptcy in 1992 now made some financial errors, which eventually placed the club under special guardianship.

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  • Dick van Well (Rotterdam, 1948) is een Nederlands bestuurder. Hij is lid van de raad van commissarissen van Dura Vermeer en was van 2007 tot 2015 president-commissaris van Feyenoord. Van Well trad in 1973 in dienst van Dura Woningbouw. Hij was vanaf 1984 lid van de hoofddirectie van de Verenigde Dura Bedrijven en later voorzitter van de directie. Toen Dura in 1998 met Aannemingsmaatschappij P. Vermeer fuseerde, werd Van Well voorzitter van de raad van bestuur van het aldus gevormde Dura Vermeer. Hij was tevens voorzitter van het bestuur van het Algemeen Verbond Bouwbedrijf - Waterweggebied (AVBB-W). Bij zijn afscheid van deze functie kreeg hij in 2005 door de Rotterdamse wethouder Wim van Sluis de Wolfert van Borselenpenning uitgereikt. Nadat voorzitter Jorien van den Herik in december 2006 wegens financiële perikelen door de commissie-Kerkum werd verzocht zijn functie bij Feyenoord neer te leggen, werd Van Well gevraagd als zijn opvolger. Besloten werd dat Gerard Kerkum het voorzitterschap tot het einde van het seizoen zou waarnemen, waarna Van Well, die in december 2006 werd benoemd tot vicepresident-commissaris, het overnam. Van Well kreeg onder meer als taak om financiers aan te trekken. (nl)
  • È il presidente in carica della squadra olandese del Feyenoord Rotterdam. (it)
  • Dick van Well (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈdɪk fɑn ˈʋɛl]; born 1948 in Rotterdam) is a Dutch businessman and currently chairman of Dutch football team Feyenoord Rotterdam. Van Well was chairman of the Dura Vermeer Group in Zoetermeer for many years. He is known to support Feyenoord since the 1960s, the time that the quality of Dutch football improved to their glorious years in the 1970s, including Feyenoord European Cup win in 1970. He also has his own business seat in the Feijenoord Stadion. Van Well was appointed as Feyenoord's new chairman after Jorien van den Herik was forced to withdrew from his position in the 2006-07 season. The man who saved Feyenoord from bankruptcy in 1992 now made some financial errors, which eventually placed the club under special guardianship. A group of Feyenoord icons including former chairman Gerard Kerkum operated in the "Commissie Kerkum" to restructure Feyenoord's future. In December 2006 they published their thoughts and came to the conclusion that Van den Herik should leave the club. Van Well was asked by the commission to become Feyenoord's new chairman. He did not want to become the chairman right away, but from the start of the 2007-08 season. As a result, Kerkum himself took over from Van den Herik for the rest of the season and warmed Van Well up for the start of the new season. Feyenoord surprised everyone in the 2007 summer break when they managed to do some surprise player purchases like Giovanni van Bronckhorst, Roy Makaay and the return of manager Bert van Marwijk. The media reported that although Van den Herik had left Feyenoord already, he had a big effort in bringing these players to the club. (en)
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  • È il presidente in carica della squadra olandese del Feyenoord Rotterdam. (it)
  • Dick van Well (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈdɪk fɑn ˈʋɛl]; born 1948 in Rotterdam) is a Dutch businessman and currently chairman of Dutch football team Feyenoord Rotterdam. Van Well was chairman of the Dura Vermeer Group in Zoetermeer for many years. He is known to support Feyenoord since the 1960s, the time that the quality of Dutch football improved to their glorious years in the 1970s, including Feyenoord European Cup win in 1970. He also has his own business seat in the Feijenoord Stadion. Van Well was appointed as Feyenoord's new chairman after Jorien van den Herik was forced to withdrew from his position in the 2006-07 season. The man who saved Feyenoord from bankruptcy in 1992 now made some financial errors, which eventually placed the club under special guardianship. (en)
  • Dick van Well (Rotterdam, 1948) is een Nederlands bestuurder. Hij is lid van de raad van commissarissen van Dura Vermeer en was van 2007 tot 2015 president-commissaris van Feyenoord. Van Well trad in 1973 in dienst van Dura Woningbouw. Hij was vanaf 1984 lid van de hoofddirectie van de Verenigde Dura Bedrijven en later voorzitter van de directie. Toen Dura in 1998 met Aannemingsmaatschappij P. Vermeer fuseerde, werd Van Well voorzitter van de raad van bestuur van het aldus gevormde Dura Vermeer. Hij was tevens voorzitter van het bestuur van het Algemeen Verbond Bouwbedrijf - Waterweggebied (AVBB-W). Bij zijn afscheid van deze functie kreeg hij in 2005 door de Rotterdamse wethouder Wim van Sluis de Wolfert van Borselenpenning uitgereikt. (nl)
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