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1 January 2005

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PALMARES :

18 participations : 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1989, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 20122015

Finaliste en 19792006

Troisième en 1977, 1978, 19822012

 

RECOMPENSES :

Troisième meilleur joueur : Martin Koopman (1977), Michel Valke (1982), John Heitinga (2001), Robbert Schilder (2006)

Meilleur gardien : Nick Marsman (2012)

Prix Spécial : Ben Rienstra (2012)

Le plus beau but : Kemy Agustien (2006), Ricky Van Haaren (2012)

Prix du fair-play : 2012

 

JOUEURS DEVENUS INTERNATIONAUX A :

Jan Peters (1976, 1977), Johnny Dusbaba (1977), Martin Jol (1977), John Metgod (1977, 1978), Heini Otto (1977), Simon Tahamata (1977), Pierre Vermeulen (1977), Peter Boeve (1978), Bud Brocken (1978), Pier Tol (1978), Edward Metgod (1979, 1980, 1982), Joop Hiele (1980), Wim Koevermans (1980), Ton Lokhoff (1980), Edo Ophof (1980), Sjaak Troost (1980), Michel Valke (1980), René Van Der Gijp (19801982), Piet Wildschut (1980), Sjaak Storm (1982), René Hofman (1982), Erwin Koeman (1982), Ronald Koeman (1982), Fred Rutten (1982), Wilbert Suvrijn (1982), Michel Valke (1982), Hendrie Kruzen (1984), Ed De Goey (1989), Hans Vonk (1989), Martin Laamers (1989), Arthur Numan (1989), Ulrich Van Gobbel (1989), John Veldman (1989), Frank Verlaat (1989), Eric Viscaal (1989), Edwin Vurens (1989). George Boateng (1996), Wilfried Bouma (1996), Danny Landzaat (1996), Roy Makaay (1996), Niels Oude Kamphuis (1996), Patrick Paauwe (1996), Fernando Ricksen (1996), Giovanni Van Bronckhorst (1996), Arnold Bruggink (1997), Niels Oude Kamphuis (1997), Mark Van Bommel (1997), Jan Vennegoor Of Hesselink (1997), Theo Janssen (1999), Dirk Kuyt (1999), Joris Mathijsen (1999), Peter Wisgerhof (1999). Maarten Stekelenburg (2001), John Heitinga (2001), Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (2001), Glenn Loovens (2001), Tim Krul (2006, 2008), Kemy Agustien (2006, 2007), Otman Bakkal (2006), Roy Beerens (2006), Wout Brama (20062007), Royston Drenthe (2006), Eljero Elia (200620072008), Dustley Mulder (2006), Prince Rajcomar (2006). Dominique Kivuvu (20072008), Jeremain Lens (2007), Javier Martina (2007), Gregory Van Der Wiel (2007), Kemy Agustien (2008), Ruud Vormer (2008), Oussama Assaidi (2009), Bas Dost (2009), Daryl Janmaat (2009), Erik Pieters (2009), Ricky Van Wolfswinkel (2009). Steven Berghuis (2012), Jody Lukoki (2012), Miquel Nelom (2012), Davy Propper (2012), Joël Veltman (2012), Anwar El-Ghazi (2015), Hans Hateboer (2015), Vincent Janssen (2015)

SELECTIONNEURS :

Arie de Vroet (197619771978), Ger Blok (19791980), Rob Baan (1982), Kees Rijvers (1984), Nol de Ruiter (1989), I. Rinus (1996), Hans Westerhof (1997), Jan Versleyen (1999), Ruud Krol (2001), Wim van Zwam (2006), Hans Schrijver (200720082009), Adrie Koster (2012), Remy Reijnierse (2015)

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