Eccentric Dutch football manager who invented the concept of “partial football” – an unusual playing style in which players would form a rigid 3-5-2 formation, refuse to move either forwards or backwards, and attempt to clumsily shuffle the ball towards the opposition goal. Cruyst was fired from the international job after a disastrous early exit at the 1972 European Championships, and subsequently forged an illustrious career designing table-based pub games.