Weise led the women's team to victory at Athens 2004 and then repeated the feat with the men at Beijing 2008.
He has been modest about his achievements, but captain Maximilian Mueller tried to explain the reason behind his success.
'This is probably a hard question,' he said. 'Markus is very good at getting us focused on the games and relaxing between them.
'He has given us sharp pace and dynamic focus.'
Germany came from behind twice against world number ones Australia in the semi-final to lift their confidence but the Netherlands had an even bigger boost with a 9-2 victory over Host Nation Great Britain.
Dutch captain Floris Evers admits the final cannot possibly be as open as that.
'Germany play a different game from Great Britain. It will be a tough game and you can't compare it with our semi-final,' he said.
Forward Roderick Weusthof, who along with Billy Bakker scored a hat-trick against GB, said the Dutch were in good spirits - especially as they had also beaten Germany 3-1 in their group match.
'I think we can have a lot of confidence from the game but not just that game, even from the games before,' he said
'I think we have played our best games now for a few years so we have a lot of confidence.
'We have already beaten Germany before in the pool phase and we know we can do it because when we work like this and when we give each other the passes and believe in it nobody can stop us.'