Jesper Grønkjær (born 12 August 1977) was born in Greenland and grew into a winger with a good track record. He played for Ajax, Chelsea and Atlético Madrid. And there are no less than 80 internationals behind his name.
Marcos Senna (1976) was a Brazilian midfielder who enjoyed his football success in Spain. The controller became an indispensable link of La Roja, which became European Champion in 2008. As a club, Senna spent 11 seasons with Villarreal, where he became captain and became a club icon.
On Wednesday 8 April, the football world was rocked by the death of Vitesse clubman Bosko Bursac (74). The Serb was a high-scoring striker with the Arnhem mers in the 1970s.
Tony McNulty is a former atypical English footballer who played exclusively in Dutch professional football in his active career. His trademark was the out-of-the-way maneuver.
Cristiano dos Santos Rodrigues (3 June 1981) was a Brazilian forward who went to 'Judas' with his compatriot Sergio from the crowd favourite. Played in the Netherlands for Roda JC and Willem II.
Mika Nurmela (26 December 1971) played for many years with FC Emmen and became 'King of the Assist' at SC Heerenveen. Also played for Heracles Almelo in the Netherlands. (Photo: Wikimedia)
As modest as his CV as a footballer was, so unforgettable was Barry as a trainer, entertainer and above all as a human being. Barry Hugh Hughes (31 December 1937 – 2 June 2019) was[…]
Harald Johan Berg (born 9 November 1941) was an easy scoring Norwegian from ADO Den Haag. In the Hofstad he was the highest scoring foreigner in one season for more than forty years, until Dimtri Bulykin succeeded him in 2011.
'Oldie mit 29, Goldie mit 39', the career of the German Torjäger Manfred 'Manni' Burgsmüller (22 December 1949) can be best described. In 1978 too old for the German Nationalmannschaft. Ten! years later he shined in the shirt of Werder Bremen. (photo YouTube)