|Full name||Davy Tonnaer|
|Age||70 years and 65 days|
|35-37||Raiders on the storm||1||(0)|
|34-38||Raiders on the storm|
|Appearances and goals counted for competitive matches only.|
Davy Tonnaer is a Belgian former coach and occasional player who served as second coach in history of Raiders on the storm (now known as Farmers on the storm). Tonnaer is currently selling hot-dogs outside Farmers' home venue Arrakis.
After the team dissapointingly finished 7th in Div.VI in their first season, Raiders fired their first coach Juan Carlos Hollstein. As team had no players willing to take coaching job, the board decided to go externally. They paid 270 thousand € to Hattrick Football Alliance, and HFA sent them bald Belgian guy in his mid-thirties, Davy Tonnaer. Tonnaer claimed he had some coaching experience, having been coaching some club in his home country. He served as Raiders coach for three complete seasons, before he was replaced in third week of season 38 by Diego Javier Lahaye. However, he liked living in Croatia and Zagreb, so he decided to stay close to the club. Since February 9th, 2009, he is selling hot-dogs before Farmers' home matches.