The BigSoccer Profiles Complementary Thread

Discussion in 'Soccer History' started by Gregoriak, Jan 8, 2006.

  1. Gregoriak

    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    This thread is complementary to the Bigsoccer Profiles project. It covers the basic career stats of over 1,000 former players. I’ve tried to gather the following information for each player:

    -Name
    -Nickname
    -Year of Birth
    -Country
    -Position
    -Caps / Goals
    -International career span
    -Participation in World Cup finals
    -Major trophies won with his country
    -Major trophies won with his club
    -Personal awards (Golden Ball, Golden Shoe, Top Scorer crown)
    -League appearances and goals (first division only)
    -Clubs played for plus club career span

    For many players I’ve been able to gather all of this data, however there are also a couple for whom parts of this information I couldn’t trace back.

    Book sources used were:

    - The Guinness Record of World Football by Guy Oliver (1992)
    - The Complete Encyclopedia of Football by Keir Radnedge (1998)
    - Fussball Lexikon by Bernd Rohr and Günter Simon (1994)
    - Das Grosse Europäische Fussballbuch by Uwe Nuttelmann (1997
    - Fussball WM-Almanach by R.Keifu (1995)
    - Fussball EM-Almanach by Matthias Kropp (1997)
    - Enzyklopaedie der Europäischen Fussballvereine by Hardy Grüne (1992)

    As well as two volumes of books by the “International Federation of Football History and Statistics” (IFFHS), that deal with the World’s 211 Top League Goal Scorers of the 20th Century and the World Football Players of the 20th Century (book titles translated from German).

    Internet sources used were:

    RSSSF
    IFFHS
    Voetbal Focus
    Football Heroes
    Planet World Cup
    World Cup History
    Samba Foot
    Weltfussball
    Fussballdaten
    Nobok Sports
    Wikipedia

    Unfortunately some of these sources offered conflicting information on various player data, hence I can’t claim that every single information listed in this thread is 100% accurate, sometimes a bit of guessing had to be done, particularly in finding the correct span of years someone played for a club (I found a lot of conflicting information in that department).

    Some additional notes:

    The “Golden Ball South America” is based on the annual rankings of the “El Mundo” newspaper from Caracas (Venezuela). Their rankings are used for the period 1971 to 1990. Since 1991, the rankings of the “El Pais” newspaper from Montevideo (Uruguay) are used.

    The “Best Keeper” information is based on the highest ranked keeper in the annual “Golden Ball” rankings of South America and Europe.

    World Cup participation is listed regardless if the player was used in the final stages or not.

    Let’s get it on …
     
  2. Gregoriak

    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    Abbadie, Julio Cesar
    *1930, Uruguay, outside right
    26 Caps (14 goals): 1952-1957
    World Cup finals 1954
    Intercontinental Cup 1966

    1950-1956 Penarol
    1956-1960 FC Genoa
    1960-1962 Lecco
    1962-1969 Penarol


    Abbes, Claude
    *1927, France, goalkeeper
    9 Caps: 1957-1958
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958

    1953-1958 AS St. Etienne


    Abegglen, André („Trello“)
    *1909, +1944, Switzerland, inside forward
    52 Caps (30 goals): 1927-1943
    World Cup finals 1934, 1938

    1928-1930 Cantonal
    1930-1935 Grasshoppers
    1935-1938 FC Sochaux
    1938-1941 Servette
    1941-1944 FC La Chaux-de-Fonds


    Abegglen, Max („Xam“)
    *1902, +1970, Switzerland, half back
    68 Caps (34 goals): 1922-1937
    World Cup finals 1934, 1938

    1920-1926 Cantonal / Lausanne
    1926-1939 Grasshoppers


    [​IMG]

    Abramczik, Rüdiger (“Abi”)
    *1956, (West) Germany, right wing
    19 Caps (2 goals): 1977-1979
    World Cup finals 1978
    316 Bundesliga appearances (77 goals)

    1973-1980 Schalke 04
    1980-1983 Borussia Dortmund
    1983-1984 Nuremberg
    1984-1985 Galatasaray
    1985-1987 RW Oberhausen (II. Division)
    1987-1988 Schalke 04


    Acimovic, Yovan
    *1948, Yugoslavia (Serbia), midfielder
    56 Caps (3 goals): 1968-1976
    World Cup finals 1974
    560 club games (114 goals)

    1966-1976 OFK & Red Star
    1976-1978 Saarbrücken


    [​IMG]

    Adamec, Jozef
    *1942, Slovak Republic/Czechoslovakia, inside & center forward
    44 Caps (14 goals): 1960-1973
    World Cup finals 1962, 1970
    Top Scorer CSSR 1967, 1968, 1970, 1971
    396 club games (170 goals)

    1959-1961 Spartak Trnava
    1961-1963 Dukla Praha
    1963-1964 Spartak Trnava
    1963-1965 Slovan Bratislava
    1965-1976 Spartak Trnava


    [​IMG]

    Adams, Tony Alexander
    *1966, England, center back
    66 Caps (5 goals): 1987-2000
    World Cup finals 1998
    European Cup II 1994
    504 league appearances (32 goals)

    1983-2002 Arsenal FC


    [​IMG]

    Ademir, Marques de Menezes
    *1922, +1996, Brazil, inside & center forward
    39 Caps (32 goals): 1945-1953
    World Cup finals 1950 (Top Scorer)
    Copa America 1949
    Top Scorer Brazil (Rio) 1949, 1950
    409 league appearances for Vasco (301 goals)

    1939-1942 Pernambuco
    1942-1946 Vasco da Gama
    1946-1947 Fluminense
    1947-1956 Vasco da Gama


    [​IMG]

    Aguas, José Pinto Carvalho dos Santos
    *1931, Angola/Portugal, center forward
    30 Caps (11 goals): 1952-1963
    288 league appearances (292 goals)
    European Champions Cup 1961, 1962
    Top Scorer Champions Cup 1961
    Top Scorer Portugal 1952, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1961

    1950-1963 Benfica
    1963-1964 Austria Vienna


    [​IMG]

    Albert, Florian
    *1941, Hungary, center forward
    75 Caps (33 goals): 1959-1974
    World Cup finals 1962 (Top Scorer), 1966
    Fairs Cup 1965
    Golden Ball Europe 1967
    Top Scorer Fairs Cup 1967
    Top Scorer Hungary 1960, 1961, 1965
    350 club games (258 goals)

    1958-1975 Ferencvaros


    [​IMG]

    Albertini, Demetrio
    *1971, Italy, midfielder
    79 Caps (2 goals): 1991-2002
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998
    European Champions Cup 1989, 1990
    Champions League 1994
    391 league appearances (26 goals)

    1988-1991 AC Milan
    1990-1991 Padova (II. Division)
    1991-2002 AC Milan
    2002-2003 Atletico Madrid
    2003-2004 Lazio
    2004-2005 Atalanta Bergamo
    2004-2005 FC Barcelona


    [​IMG]

    Albertosi, Enrico
    *1939, Italy, goalkeeper
    34 Caps: 1961-1972
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966, 1970
    European Cup II 1961
    European Champion 1968
    532 Serie A appearances

    1958-1968 Fiorentina
    1968-1974 Cagliari
    1974-1980 AC Milan


    [​IMG]

    Albrecht, José Rafael („el Tucu“)
    *1941, Argentina, sweeper and midfielder
    39 Caps (3 goals): 1961-1969
    World Cup finals 1966
    506 league appearances (95 goals)

    Estudiantes
    San Lorenzo


    [​IMG]

    Aldair, Nascimentos dos Santos
    *1965, Brazil, center back
    81 Caps (3 goals): 1981-2000
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994 (Champion), 1998
    Copa America 1989, 1997
    329 Serie A appearances for Roma

    1986-1988 Flamengo
    1988-1989 Benfica
    1989-1990 Flamengo
    1990-2003 Roma
    2003-2004 FC Genoa


    [​IMG]

    Aldridge, John
    *1958, Ireland, forward
    69 Caps (19 goals): 1986-1997
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    147 league appearances (88 goals)

    1979-1984 Newport County (IV./III. Division)
    1983-1985 Oxford United (III./II. Division)
    1985-1987 Oxford United
    1986-1990 Liverpool FC
    1989-1991 Real Sociedad San Sebastian
    1991-1992 Tranmere Rovers (III. Division)
    1992-1998 Tranmere Rovers (II. Division)


    Aleinikov, Sergey
    *1961, Soviet Union (Belorussia), midfielder
    77 Caps (6 goals): 1984-1992 (for Soviet Union/CIS)
    4 Caps (0 goals): 1992-1994 (for Belorussia)
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990
    UEFA Cup 1990
    212 League appearances for Minsk (30 goals)

    1980-1989 Dinamo Minsk
    1989-1990 Juventus
    1990-1992 US Lecce
    1992-1995 Gamba Osaka


    Alemao, Rogerio de Brito Ricardo
    *1961, Brazil, midfielder
    36 Caps (6 goals): 1983-1990
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990
    Copa America 1989
    UEFA Cup 1989
    124 Serie A appearances (14 goals)

    1980-1987 Botafogo
    1987-1988 Atletico Madrid
    1988-1992 SSC Napoli
    1992-1993 Atalanta Bergamo


    Alexanco, José Ramon Ventosa
    *1956, Spain, center back
    34 Caps (4 goals): 1978-1982
    World Cup finals 1982
    Champions League 1992
    European Cup II 1982, 1989
    365 league appearances (34 goals)

    1974-1975 Athletic Bilbao (amateur)
    1975-1976 Deportivo Alaves
    1977-1980 Athletic Bilbao
    1980-1993 FC Barcelona


    Alkorta, Rafael Martinez
    *1968, Spain, center back
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994, 1998
    54 Caps (0 goals): 1990-1998

    1987-1993 Athletic Bilbao
    1993-1997 Real Madrid
    1997-2002 Athletic Bilbao


    [​IMG]

    Allchurch, Ivor
    *1933, +1997, Wales, inside left
    68 Caps (23 goals): 1950-1966
    World Cup finals 1958
    694 League appearances (251 goals)

    1949-1958 Swansea Town
    1958-1962 Newcastle United
    1962-1965 Cardiff City
    1965-1968 Swansea Town


    Allemandi, Luigi
    *1903, +1959, Italy, left full back
    24 Caps: 1925-1936
    World Cup finals 1934 (Champion)

    1920-1928 Juventus
    1928-1934 (Ambrosiana) Internazionale
    1934-1941 AS Roma


    [​IMG]

    Allofs, Klaus
    *1956, (West) Germany, outside left and midfielder
    56 Caps (17 goals): 1978-1988
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Champion 1980
    European Cup II 1992
    Top Scorer UEFA Cup 1986
    Top Scorer Germany 1979, 1985
    514 League appearances (211 goals)

    1975-1981 Fortuna Düsseldorf
    1981-1987 Cologne
    1987-1990 Olympique Marseille
    1990-1993 Werder Bremen


    Altafini, José Giuseppe („Mazola“)
    *1938, Brazil/Italy, center forward
    8 Caps (4 goals): 1958 (for Brazil)
    6 Caps (5 goals): 1961-1962 (for Italy)
    World Cup finals 1958 (Champion), 1962
    European Champions Cup 1963
    Top Scorer Champions Cup 1963
    Top Scorer Italy 1962
    459 League appearances (216 goals)

    1955-1958 Palmeiras
    1958-1965 AC Milan
    1965-1972 SSC Napoli
    1972-1976 Juventus
    1976-1978 FC Chiasso (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Altobelli, Alessandro (“Spillo”)
    *1955, Italy, forward
    61 Caps (25 goals): 1980-1988
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1979
    337 Serie A appearances (137 goals)

    1974-1977 Brescia
    1977-1988 Internazionale
    1988-1989 Juventus
    1989-1990 Brescia
    1990-1992 Ascoli


    [​IMG]

    Alzamendi, Antonio Casas
    *1956, Uruguay, forward
    31 Caps (6 goals): 1978-1990
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990
    Copa Libertadores 1986
    Intercontinental Cup 1986

    1974-1976 Policial de Durazno
    1976-1978 Sud America
    1978-1981 Indepediente
    1981-1982 River Plate
    1982-1983 Nacional Montevideo
    1983-1984 Universidad Guadalajara
    1984-1985 Penarol
    1985-1988 River Plate
    1988-1990 Logrones
    1990-1991 Mandiyu de Corrientes
    1990-1991 Rampla Juniors
    1991-1992 Racing Durazno


    [​IMG]

    Amancio, Amaro Varelos
    *1939, Spain, inside forward and outside right
    42 Caps (11 goals): 1962-1974
    World Cup finals 1966
    European Champion 1964
    European Champions Cup 1966
    Top Scorer Spain 1969, 1970

    1957-1962 Deportivo La Coruna
    1962-1978 Real Madrid


    [​IMG]

    Amaral, Joao Justino dos Santos
    *1954, Brazil, center back
    40 Caps (0 goals): 1975-1980
    World Cup finals 1978

    1971-1978 Guarani
    1978-1981 Corinthians
    1981-1982 Santos FC
    1982-1984 America de Mexico
    1984-1986 Universidad de Guadalajara


    [​IMG]

    Amarildo, Amaro Tavares da Silveira
    *1939, Brazil, outside and inside forward
    23 Caps (8 goals): 1962-1963
    World Cup finals 1962 (Champion)
    Top Scorer Brazil (Rio) 1961

    1956-1961 Flamengo
    1961-1963 Botafogo
    1963-1967 AC Milan
    1967-1969 Fiorentina
    1969-1973 AS Roma


    Amokachi, Daniel Owefin
    *1972, Nigeria, forward
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998
    African Champions 1994
    201 league appearances (64 goals)

    1989-1990 Ranchers Bees
    1990-1995 Club Bruges
    1994-1996 Everton FC
    1996-1999 Besiktas
     
  3. Gregoriak

    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    Amoros, Manuel
    *1962, France, left and right full back
    83 Caps (2 goals): 1982-1992
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    European Champion 1984
    Champions League 1993

    1978-1989 AS Monaco
    1989-1993 Olympique Marseille
    1993-1995 Olympique Lyon
    1995-1996 Olympique Marseille


    Amunike, Emanuel (“Emmy”)
    *1970, Nigeria, forward
    World Cup finals 1994
    African Champions 1994
    European Cup II 1997

    1989-1990 Concord FC
    1990-1991 Julius Berger
    1991-1994 Zamalek (Egypt)
    1994-1997 Sporting Lisboa
    1996-2000 FC Barcelona
    2000-2002 Albacete
    2003-2004 Al-Wehdat


    [​IMG]

    Anastasi, Pietro
    *1948, Italy, center forward
    25 Caps (8 goals): 1968-1975
    World Cup finals 1974
    European Champion 1968
    Top Scorer Fairs Cup 1971
    338 Serie A appearances (105 goals)

    1967-1968 Varese
    1968-1976 Juventus
    1976-1978 Internazionale
    1978-1981 Ascoli


    [​IMG]

    Ancelotti, Carlo
    *1959, Italy, midfielder
    26 Caps (1 goal): 1981-1991
    World Cup finals 1990
    European Champions Cup 1989, 1990
    Intercontinental Cup 1989

    1979-1987 AS Roma
    1987-1992 AC Milan


    [​IMG]

    Ancheta, Atilio Genaro
    *1948, Uruguay, center back
    20 Caps (1 goal): 1969-1971
    World Cup finals 1970
    Copa Libertadores 1971

    1966-1971 Nacional Montevideo
    1971-1980 Gremio Porto Alegre


    [​IMG]

    Anderson, Viv
    *1956, England, right full back
    30 Caps (2 goals): 1978-1988
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    European Champions Cup 1979, 1980
    475 league appearances (31 goals)

    1974-1977 Nottingham Forest (II. Division)
    1977-1984 Nottingham Forest
    1984-1987 Arsenal FC
    1987-1991 Manchester United
    1990-1991 Sheffield Wednesday (II. Division)
    1991-1993 Sheffield Wednesday


    Andersson, Kenneth
    *1967, Sweden, center forward
    83 Caps (31 goals): 1990-2000
    World Cup finals 1994

    1985-1988 IFK Eskilstuna (III./II. Division)
    1988-1991 IFK Gothenburg
    1991-1993 KV Mechelen
    1992-1993 IFK Norrköping
    1993-1994 OSC Lille
    1994-1995 SM Caen
    1995-1996 AS Bari
    1996-1999 FC Bologna
    1999-2000 Roma
    1999-2000 FC Bologna
    2000-2002 Fenerbahce


    [​IMG]

    Andersson, Patrik
    *1971, Sweden, center back
    96 Caps (3 goals): 1991-2002
    World Cup finals 1998
    European Champions Cup 2001
    326 league appearances (22 goals)

    1989-1992 Malmö FF
    1992-1994 Blackburn Rovers
    1993-1999 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1999-2001 Bayern Munich
    2001-2003 FC Barcelona


    [​IMG]

    Andrade I, José Leandro
    *1898 (1901?), +1957, Uruguay, half back
    31 Caps (1 goal): 1922-1933
    World Cup finals 1930 (Champion)
    Copa America 1923, 1924, 1926

    Bellavista
    Nacional
    Penarol


    Andrade II, Victor Rodriguez
    *1928, Uruguay, half back
    World Cup finals 1950 (Champion), 1954
    Copa America 1956

    Monetevideo Wanderers
    Penarol


    Andreolo, Michele
    *1912, +1981, Uruguay/Italy, center back
    26 Caps (1 goal): 1936-1942
    World Cup finals 1938 (Champion)

    FC Bologna


    Angelillo, Antonio Valentin
    *1937, Argentina/Italy, inside forward
    14 Caps (11 goals): 1956-1957 (for Argentina)
    2 Caps (1 goal): 1960-1961 (for Italy)
    Copa America 1957
    Fairs Cup 1961
    Top Scorer Italy 1959
    245 Serie A appearances (98 goals)

    1957-1961 Internazionale
    1960-1965 Roma
    1965-1966 AC Milan
    1966-1967 Lecco
    1967-1968 AC Milan
    1968-1969 FC Genoa (II. Division)


    Angloma, Jocelyn
    *1965, France (Guadeloupe), right full back
    37 Caps (1 goal): 1990-1996
    Champions League 1993

    1985-1987 Stade Rennes
    1987-1990 OSC Lille
    1989-1991 Paris St. Germain
    1990-1994 Olympique Marseille
    1994-1996 Torino
    1996-1997 Internazionale
    1997-2002 FC Valencia


    Antenen, Charles (“Kiki”)
    *1929, Switzerland, outside and inside right
    56 Caps (22 goals): 1948-1962
    World Cup finals 1950, 1954, 1962
    444 league appearances (233 goals)

    1944-1965 FC La-Chaux-de-Fonds


    [​IMG]

    Antognoni, Giancarlo
    *1954, Italy, midfielder, inside forward
    73 Caps (7 goals): 1974-1983
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982 (Champion)
    341 Serie A appearances (61 goals)

    1972-1987 Fiorentina
    1987-1989 Lausanne Sports


    Antoniadis, Antonis
    *1945, Greece, forward
    31 Caps (10 goals): 1969-1975
    Top Scorer Champions Cup 1971
    Top Scorer Greece 1969, 1971, 1973, 1974

    1967-1975 Panathinaikos


    Apolloni, Luigi
    *1967, Italy, center back
    15 Caps (1 goal): 1994-1996
    World Cup finals 1994
    European Cup II 1993
    UEFA Cup 1995, 1999

    AC Parma
    Hellas Verona


    Araquistain, José
    *1937, Spain, goalkeeper
    4 Caps: 1961-1962
    World Cup finals 1962
    European Champions Cup 1966

    1961-1968 Real Madrid


    [​IMG]

    Archibald, Steve
    *1956, Scotland, forward
    27 Caps (4 goals): 1980-1986
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    UEFA Cup 1984
    131 league appearances for Spurs (58 goals)

    1977-1980 Aberdeen FC
    1980-1984 Tottenham Hotspurs
    1984-1988 Barcelona FC


    Arconanda, Luis (“Lord”)
    *1954, Spain, goalkeeper
    68 Caps: 1977-1985
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982
    Europe’s Best Keeper 1980
    350 League appearances

    1973-1989 Real San Sebastian


    [​IMG]

    Ardiles, Osvaldo Cesar (“Priton”, “Ossie”)
    *1952, Argentina, midfielder
    52 Caps (8 goals): 1975-1982
    World Cup finals 1978 (Champion), 1982
    UEFA Cup 1984
    143 league appearances in Argentina (16 goals)

    1973-1974 Instituto
    1973-1974 Belgrano
    1975-1978 Huracan
    1978-1982 Tottenham Hotspur
    1982-1983 Paris St. Germain
    1983-1988 Tottenham Hotspur
    1988-1988 Blackburn Rovers
    1988-1991 Swindon Town


    [​IMG]

    Armfield, James Christopher
    *1935, England, right full back
    43 Caps (0 goals): 1959-1966
    World Cup finals 1962
    568 league appearances

    1954-1971 Blackpool FC


    Arnesen, Frank
    *1956, Denmark, midfielder
    52 Caps (14 goals): 1977-1987
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Champions Cup 1988

    1974-1976 Fremad Amager Copenhagen
    1976-1981 Ajax Amsterdam
    1981-1983 CF Valencia
    1983-1985 RSC Anderlecht
    1985-1991 PSV Eindhoven


    [​IMG]

    Artime, Luis
    *1938, Argentina, center forward
    25 Caps (24 goals): 1961-1967
    World Cup finals 1966
    Copa Libertadores 1971
    Intercontinental Cup 1971
    Top Scorer Copa Libertadores 1971
    Top Scorer Argentina 1962, 1963, 1966, 1967
    Top Scorer Uruguay 1969, 1970, 1971
    302 league appearances (236 goals)

    1958-1961 Atlanta
    1962-1965 River Plate
    1966-1968 Indepediente
    1968-1969 Palmeiras
    1969-1971 Nacional Montevideo
    1971-1972 Fluminense
    1973-1974 Nacional Montevideo


    [​IMG]

    Asensi, Juan Manuel Ripoll
    *1949, Spain, midfielder and inside forward
    41 Caps (7 goals): 1969-1980
    World Cup finals 1978
    European Cup II 1979

    1967-1980 FC Barcelona
    1980-1982 Puebla
    1982-1983 Oxatepec


    [​IMG]

    Asparoukhov, Georgi (“Gundi”)
    *1943, +1971, Bulgaria, center forward
    50 Caps (19 goals): 1962-1970
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966, 1970
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1963
    Top Scorer Bulgaria 1965, 1970
    245 league appearances (150 goals)

    1961-1964 Botev Plovdiv
    1964-1971 Levski/Spartak Sofia


    Asprilla, Faustino Hernan
    *1969, Colombia, forward
    57 Caps (20 goals): 1993-2001
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998
    European Cup II 1993
    UEFA Cup 1995, 1999

    1990-1992 Atletico Nacional
    1992-1996 AC Parma
    1995-1998 Newcastle United
    1998-1999 AC Parma
    1999-2000 Palmeiras
    1999-2000 Fluminense
    2000-2001 Palmeiras
    2000-2002 Fluminense
    2001-2004 Universidad de Chile
    2003-2004 Estudiantes


    Augenthaler, Klaus (“Auge”)
    *1957, (West) Germany, center back, sweeper
    27 Caps (0 goals): 1983-1990
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990 (Champion)
    404 Bundesliga appearances (52 goals)

    1977-1991 Bayern Munich


    Augusto, José Pinto de Almeida
    *1937, Portugal, outside right
    45 Caps (8 goals): 1958-1968
    World Cup finals 1966
    European Champions Cup 1961, 1962

    1955-1959 Barreirense
    1959-1969 Benfica


    Axbom, Sven
    *1926, Sweden, left full back
    31 Caps (0 goals): 1955-1960
    World Cup finals 1958

    IFK Norrköping
     
  4. Gregoriak

    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    Ayache, William
    *1961, France (Algeria), right full back
    20 Caps (0 goals): 1983-1988
    World Cup finals 1986
    347 league appearances (5 goals)

    1979-1986 FC Nantes
    1986-1987 Paris St. Germain
    1987-1988 Olympique Marseille
    1988-1989 FC Nantes
    1989-1990 Girondins Bordeaux
    1989-1990 SC Montpellier
    1990-1991 OGC Nice
    1990-1991 Olympique Marseille
    1991-1992 Olympique Nimes
    1992-1995 AS Cannes


    Babington, Carlos
    *1949, Argentina, midfielder
    12 Caps (2 goals): 1974
    World Cup finals 1974

    Huracan
    SG Wattenscheid 09 (II. Division) (1974-1978)


    [​IMG]

    Baggio, Roberto
    *1967, Italy, forward and midfielder
    56 Caps (27 goals): 1988-2004
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994, 1998
    Golden Ball Europe 1993
    UEFA Cup 1993
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1991
    452 Serie A appearances (203 goals)

    1982-1985 Lanerossi Vicenza (III. Division)
    1985-1990 Fiorentina
    1990-1995 Juventus
    1995-1997 AC Milan
    1997-1998 FC Bologna
    1998-2000 Internazionale
    2000-2004 Brescia


    Bagni, Salvatore
    *1956, Italy, midfielder
    41 Caps (4 goals): 1981-1987
    World Cup finals 1986

    1977-1981 Perugia
    1981-1984 Internazionale
    1984-1988 Napoli
    1988-1989 Avellino


    Bajevic, Dusan (“Dusko”)
    *1948, Yugoslavia (Bosnia), center forward
    37 Caps (29 goals): 1970-1977
    World Cup finals 1974
    Top Scorer Yugoslavia 1970
    Top Scorer Greece 1980
    429 league appearances (231 goals)

    1966-1977 Velez Mostar
    1977-1981 AEK Athens
    1981-1983 Velez Mostar


    Bakero, José Maria
    *1963, Spain, midfielder
    30 Caps (7 goals): 1987-1994
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    Champions League 1992

    1980-1988 Real Sociedad San Sebastian
    1988-1995 FC Barcelona
    1995-1997 Vera Cruz (Mexico)
    1997-1999 Norwich City


    Bal, Andrei
    *1958, Soviet Union, midfielder
    17 Caps (1 goal): 1981-1986
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    European Cup II 1986

    Dynamo Kiev
    Maccabi Haifa
    Bnei Yahuda


    Balakov, Krassimir
    *1966, Bulgaria, midfielder
    92 Caps (16 goals): 1988-2003
    World Cup finals 1994
    236 Bundesliga appearances (54 goals)

    1986-1990 Etar Veliko Tarnovo
    1990-1995 Sporting Lisboa
    1995-2003 VfB Stuttgart


    Balbo, Abel Eduardo
    *1966, Argentina, forward
    37 Caps (11 goals): 1989-1998
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994, 1998
    UEFA Cup 1999
    314 league appearances (138 goals)

    1987-1988 Newell’s Old Boys
    1988-1989 River Plate
    1989-1990 Udinese
    1990-1992 Udinese (II. Division)
    1992-1993 Udinese
    1993-1998 Roma
    1998-1999 AC Parma
    1999-2000 Fiorentina
    2000-2002 Roma


    Balint, Laszlo
    *1948, Hungary, center back
    74 Caps (4 goals): 1972-1982
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982

    1967-1979 Ferencvaros
    1979-1981 FC Bruges
    1981-1985 FC Toulouse


    [​IMG]

    Ball, Alan James (“Firehead”)
    *1945, England, half back and midfielder
    72 Caps (8 goals): 1965-1975
    World Cup finals 1966 (Champion), 1970
    743 league appearances (170 goals)

    1962-1966 Blackpool FC
    1966-1971 Everton FC
    1971-1977 Arsenal FC
    1976-1980 Southampton FC
    1979-1980 Philadelphia Furies
    1980-1981 Vancouver Whitecaps


    Ballaman, Robert
    *1926, Switzerland,
    50 Caps (19 goals): 1948-1961
    World Cup finals 1954

    1944-1950 FC Bienne (II. Division)
    1950-1951 Grashoppers (II. Division)
    1951-1963 Grashoppers
    1963-1964 FC Winterthur (II. Division)


    Baltacha, Sergei
    *1958, Soviet Union, sweeper
    47 Caps (2 goals): 1980-1988
    World Cup finals 1982
    European Cup II 1986

    1976-1988 Dynamo Kiev
    1988-1993 Ipswich Town
    1993-1996 St. Johnstone


    [​IMG]

    Baltazar, Oswaldo da Silva
    *1926, Brazil, center forward
    19 Caps (16 goals): 1950-1956
    World Cup finals 1950, 1954

    1943-1944 Uniao Monte Alegre
    1944-1946 Jabaraqua
    1946-1956 Corinthians
    1956-1957 Juventus SP
    1957-1958 Jabaraqua
    1958-1959 Uniao Paulista


    Banishevski, Anatoli
    *1946, Soviet Union, inside or center forward
    40 Caps (19 goals): 1965-1972
    World Cup finals 1966
    212 league appearances (81 goals)

    1963-1978 Nevchi Baku


    [​IMG]

    Banks, Gordon
    *1937, England, goalkeeper
    73 Caps: 1963-1972
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966 (Champion), 1970
    Europe’s Best Keeper 1970, 1972
    487 league appearances (England)

    1959-1967 Leicester City
    1966-1973 Stoke City
    1977-1978 Fort Lauderdale Strikers


    Baratelli, Dominique
    *1947, France, goalkeeper
    21 Caps: 1972-1982
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982

    1967-1971 AC Ajaccio
    1971-1978 OGC Nice
    1978-1985 Paris St. Germain


    [​IMG]

    Barbosa, Moacir
    *1921, +2000, Brazil, goalkeeper
    20 Caps: 1945-1953
    World Cup finals 1950
    Copa America 1949
    494 league appearances

    1940-1941 ADCI
    1942-1944 Ypiranga
    1945-1955 Vasco da Gama
    1956-1957 Bonsucesso
    1958-1960 Santa Cruz
    1961-1962 Campo Grande


    [​IMG]

    Baresi, Franco (“Franz”)
    *1960, Italy, libero
    81 Caps (1 goal): 1982-1994
    World Cup finals 1982 (Champion), 1990, 1994
    European Champions Cup 1989, 1990, 1994
    Intercontinental Cup 1989, 1990
    532 Serie A appearances (16 goals)

    1977-1997 AC Milan


    Baresi, Giuseppe
    *1958, Italy, midfielder
    18 Caps (0 goals): 1979-1986
    World Cup finals 1986
    UEFA Cup 1991
    559 Serie A appearances for Inter (13 goals)

    1977-1992 Internazionale
    1992-1994 FC Modena


    Barison, Paolo
    *1936, +1979, Italy, outside left
    9 Caps (6 goals): 1959-1966
    World Cup finals 1966

    Venezia (II. Division)
    Genoa
    AC Milan
    Sampdoria
    Roma
    Napoli


    [​IMG]

    Barnes, John Charles
    *1963, England (Jamaica), midfielder and forward
    79 Caps (11 goals): 1983-1995
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990
    550 league appearances (154 goals)

    1981-1982 Watford FC (II. Division)
    1982-1987 Watford FC
    1987-1997 Liverpool FC
    1997-1999 Newcastle United
    1998-1999 Charlton Athletic


    Basler, Mario
    *1968, Germany, right wing midfielder
    30 Caps (2 goals): 1994-1998
    World Cup finals 1994
    European Champion 1996
    Top Scorer Germany 1995
    262 Bundesliga appearances (62 goals)

    1987-1989 Kaiserslautern
    1989-1991 RW Essen (II. Division)
    1991-1993 Hertha BSC (II. Division)
    1993-1996 Werder Bremen
    1996-2000 Bayern Munich
    1999-2003 Kaiserslautern
    2003-2004 Al-Rayyan


    Bastin, Clifford
    *1912, +1991, England, outside left
    21 Caps (12 goals): 1931-1938
    367 league appearances (157 goals)

    1930-1947 Arsenal


    Bastrup, Lars
    *1955, Denmark, left wing
    30 Caps (10 goals): 1975-1983
    European Champions Cup 1983
    77 Bundesliga appearances (20 goals)

    Kjellerup
    Silkeborg IF
    Aarhus GF (1973-1975)
    Kickers Offenbach (1975-1976)
    Kickers Offenbach (1976-1979) (II. Division)
    Aarhus GF (1979-1981)
    Hamburg SV (1981-1983)
    Skovbakken IK
    Ikast FS


    Basualdo, José Horacio
    *1963, Argentina, midfielder
    31 Caps (0 goals): 1989-1995
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    South American Champion 1993

    1989-1991 VfB Stuttgart
    1991-1992 Racing Club
    1992-1995 Velez Sarsfield
    1996-1997 Boca Juniors
    1997-1998 Deportivo Espanol
    1998-2001 Boca Juniors
    2000-2001 CD Extremadura
    2001-2002 Velez Sarsfield


    Bathenay, Dominque
    *1954, France, midfielder and center back
    20 Caps (4 goals): 1975-1982
    World Cup 1978

    1971-1978 AS St. Etienne
    1978-1985 Paris St. Germain
    1985-1987 FC Sète


    Batista, Sergio Daniel
    *1962, Argentina, midfielder
    39 Caps (0 goals): 1985-1990
    World Cup finals 1986 (Champion), 1990
    Copa Libertadores 1985

    Argentinos Juniors
    River Plate


    [​IMG]

    Batistuta, Gabriel
    *1969, Argentina, forward
    78 Caps (56 goals): 1991-2002
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998, 2002
    Copa America 1991, 1993
    Top Scorer Italy 1995
    318 Serie A appearances (184 goals)

    1988-1989 Newell’s Old Boys
    1989-1990 River Plate
    1990-1991 Boca Juniors
    1991-2000 Fiorentina
    2000-2003 AS Roma
    2002-2003 Internazionale
    2003-2005 Al Arabi


    Bats, Joel
    *1957, France, goalkeeper
    50 Caps: 1983-1989
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Champion 1984

    1974-1980 FC Sochaux
    1980-1985 AJ Auxerre
    1985-1992 Paris St. Germain
     
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    Battistini, Sergio
    *1963, Italy, libero
    4 Caps (1 goals): 1984
    UEFA Cup 1991, 1994
    346 Serie A appearances (32 goals)

    1980-1981 AC Milan (II. Division)
    1981-1982 AC Milan
    1982-1983 AC Milan (II. Division)
    1983-1985 AC Milan
    1985-1990 Fiorentina
    1990-1994 Internazionale
    1994-1996 Brescia
    1996-1997 AC Spezia 1906 (III. Division)


    Battiston, Patrick
    *1957, France, right full back
    56 Caps (3 goals): 1977-1987
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982, 1986
    European Champion 1984

    1974-1980 FC Metz
    1980-1983 As St. Etienne
    1983-1987 Girondins Bordeaux
    1987-1989 AS Monaco
    1989-1991 Girondins Bordeaux


    [​IMG]

    Batty, David
    *1968, England, midfielder
    42 Caps (0 goals): 1991-2002
    World Cup finals 1998
    343 league appearances (7 goals)

    1987-1990 Leeds United (II. Division)
    1990-1994 Leeds United
    1993-1996 Blackburn Rovers
    1995-1999 Newcastle United
    1998-2004 Leeds United


    [​IMG]

    Bauer, José Carlos
    *1925, Brazil, half back
    27 Caps (0 goals): 1949-1955
    World Cup finals 1950, 1954
    South American Champion 1949

    1945-1956 Sao Paulo FC
    1956-1957 Botafogo


    [​IMG]

    Baxter, James Curran (“Jim”)
    *1939, +2001, Scotland, left half back
    34 Caps (3 goals): 1961-1968

    1957-1960 Raith Rovers
    1960-1965 Glasgow Rangers
    1965-1967 Sunderland FC
    1967-1969 Nottingham Forest
    1969-1970 Glasgow Rangers


    Beara, Vladimir (“Cat”)
    *1928, Yugoslavia (Croatia), goalkeeper
    60 Caps: 1950-1959
    World Cup finals 1950, 1954, 1958

    1946-1955 Hajduk Split
    1955-1960 Red Star
    1960-1962 Alemannia Aachen


    [​IMG]

    Beardsley, Peter Andrew
    *1961, England, forward
    59 Caps (9 goals): 1986-1996
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990
    592 league appearances (209 goals)

    1979-1981 Carlisle United (III. Division)
    1980-1981 Vancouver Whitecaps
    1981-1982 Carlisle United (III. Division)
    1981-1982 Vancouver Whitecaps
    1982-1983 Manchester United
    1982-1983 Vancouver Whitecaps
    1983-1987 Newcastle United
    1987-1991 Liverpool FC
    1991-1993 Everton FC
    1993-1997 Newcastle United
    1997-1998 Bolton Wanderers
    1997-1998 Manchester City


    [​IMG]

    Beer, Erich („Ete“)
    *1946, (West) Germany, midfielder
    24 Caps (7 goals): 1974-1978
    World Cup finals 1978
    341 Bundesliga appearances (95 goals)

    1965-1968 VfL Neustadt (II. Division)
    1968-1969 Nuremberg
    1969-1971 RW Essen
    1971-1979 Hertha BSC
    1979-1981 Ittihad Djidda
    1981-1984 TSV 1860 Munich (II./III. Division)


    Bebeto, José Roberto
    *1964, Brazil, forward
    75 Caps (39 goals): 1985-1998
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994 (Champion), 1998
    Copa America 1989
    Top Scorer Brazil 1992

    1983-1984 Vitoria Bahia
    1983-1989 Flamengo
    1989-1992 Vasco da Gama
    1992-1995 Deportivo La Coruna
    1995-1996 Flamengo
    1996-1997 FC Sevilla
    1996-1997 Cruzeiro
    1997-1998 Vitoria Bahia
    1998-1999 Botafogo
    1999-2000 Toros Neza Mexico
    2000-2001 Kashima Antlers
    2001-2002 Vasco da Gama
    2002-2003 Al-Ittihad


    [​IMG]

    Beckenbauer, Franz („Der Kaiser“)
    *1945, (West) Germany, midfielder and libero
    103 Caps (14 goals): 1965-1977
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970, 1974 (Champion)
    556 league appearances (67 goals)
    European Champion 1972
    European Champions Cup 1974, 1975, 1976
    European Cup II 1967
    Intercontinental Cup 1976
    Golden Ball Europe 1972, 1976

    1964-1977 Bayern Munich
    1977-1980 New York Cosmos
    1980-1982 Hamburg SV
    1982-1983 New York Cosmos


    Beguiristain, Aitor Mujica
    *1964, Spain, forward
    22 Caps (6 goals): 1988-1994
    World Cup finals 1994
    European Champions Cup 1992

    1982-1988 Real Sociedad San Sebastian
    1988-1995 FC Barcelona
    1995-1997 Deportivo La Coruna
    1997-2000 Urawa Red Diamonds


    Bein, Uwe
    *1960, (West) Germany, midfielder
    17 Caps (3 goals): 1989-1993
    World Cup finals 1990 (Champion)
    300 Bundesliga appearances (91 goals)

    1978-1983 Kickers Offenbach (II. Division)
    1983-1984 Kickers Offenbach
    1984-1987 Cologne
    1987-1989 Hamburg SV
    1989-1994 Eintracht Frankfurt
    1994-1997 Urawa Red Diamonds
    1997-1998 VfR Giessen (III. Division)


    Belanov, Igor
    *1960, Soviet Union (Ukraine), winger and midfielder
    33 Caps (8 goals): 1985-1990
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Cup II 1986
    Golden Ball Europe 1986

    1979-1980 SKA Odessa
    1981-1984 Chernomorets Odessa
    1985-1989 Dynamo Kiev
    1989-1991 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1991-1995 Eintracht Braunschweig


    [​IMG]

    Bell, Colin
    *1946, England, midfielder
    48 Caps (9 goals): 1968-1975
    World Cup finals 1970
    European Cup II 1970
    393 league appearances (117 goals)

    1966-1979 Manchester City


    Bell, Joseph-Antoine
    *1954, Cameroon, goalkeeper
    World Cup finals 1982, 1990, 1994

    ASEC Abidjan
    Girondins Bordeaux
    AS St. Etienne


    Bellini, Hideraldo
    *1930, Brazil, center half
    51 Caps (0 goals): 1957-1966
    World Cup finals 1958 (Champion), 1962 (Champion), 1966

    1947-1948 Itapirense
    1949-1951 Sao Joanense
    1952-1961 Vasco da Game
    1962-1967 Sao Paulo FC
    1968-1969 Atletico Paranaense


    Bellone, Bruno
    *1962, France, forward
    34 Caps (2 goals): 1981-1988
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    European Champion 1984

    1980-1987 AS Monaco
    1987-1988 AS Cannes
    1988-1989 SC Montpellier
    1989-1990 AS Cannes


    [​IMG]

    Bellugi, Mauro
    *1950, Italy, midfielder and full back
    32 Caps (0 goals): 1972-1979
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978

    Internazionale (1969-1974)
    FC Bologna
    Napoli


    Belodedici, Miodrag
    *1964, Romania, libero
    55 Caps (5 goals): 1984-2000
    World Cup finals 1994
    European Champions Cup 1986, 1991
    Intercontinental Cup 1991

    1983-1988 Steaua Bucarest
    1988-1992 Red Star Belgrade
    1992-1994 FC Valencia
    1994-1995 Real Valladolid
    1995-1998 FC Villarreal
    1998-2000 Steaua Bucarest


    Bene, Ferenc
    *1944, Hungary, center forward
    76 Caps (36 goals): 1962-1979
    World Cup finals 1966
    Top Scorer Fairs Cup 1969
    Top Scorer Hungary 1963, 1969, 1972, 1973
    418 league appearances (302 goals)

    1961-1979 Dozsa Ujpest Budapest
    1979-1980 SC Volan Budapest
    1980-1982 Sepsi 75 Seinajoki
    1982-1983 SC Volan Budapest


    Benetti, Romeo
    *1945, Italy, midfielder
    55 Caps (2 goals): 1971-1980
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978
    European Cup II 1973
    UEFA Cup 1977

    1967-1968 Palermo
    1968-1969 Juventus
    1969-1970 Sampdoria
    1970-1976 AC Milan
    1976-1979 Juventus
    1979-1981 AS Roma


    Benarrivo, Antonio
    *1968, Italy, full back
    23 Caps (0 goals): 1993-1997
    World Cup finals 1994
    European Cup II 1993
    UEFA Cup 1995, 1999
    261 Serie A appearances (5 goals)

    1986-1989 Brindisi (II. Division)
    1989-1991 Padova (II. Division)
    1991-2004 AC Parma


    Bento, Manuel Glarinho
    *1948, Portugal, goalkepper
    63 Caps: 1976-1986
    World Cup finals 1986

    1967-1972 Barreirense
    1972-1992 Benfica


    Berggreen, Klaus
    *1958, Denmark, midfielder
    46 Caps (5 goals): 1979-1988
    World Cup 1986

    1981-1982 Lyngby BK
    1982-1986 SC Pisa
    1986-1987 Roma
    1987-1988 Torino
    1988-1992 Lyngby BK


    Bergmark, Orvar
    *1930, Sweden, full back
    94 Caps (0 goals): 1951-1965
    World Cup finals 1958

    1947-1954 Örebrö
    1955-1956 AIK Stockholm
    1956-1961 Örebrö
    1962-1964 AS Roma
    1964-1965 Örebrö


    [​IMG]

    Bergomi, Giuseppe
    *1963, Italy, defender
    81 Caps (6 goals): 1982-1998
    World Cup finals 1982 (Champion), 1986, 1990, 1998
    European Cup II 1998
    UEFA Cup 1991, 1994
    519 Serie A appearances (23 goals)

    1980-1999 Internazionale


    Bertelsen, Jens Jørn
    *1952, Denmark, midfielder
    69 Caps (2 goals): 1976-1987
    World Cup finals 1986

    Esbjerg
    FC Seraing
    FC Rouen
    FC Aarau


    Berthold, Thomas
    *1964, (West) Germany, right full back
    62 Caps (1 goal): 1985-1994
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990 (Champion), 1994
    446 league appearances (26 goals)

    1982-1987 Eintracht Frankfurt
    1987-1989 Hellas Verona
    1989-1991 AS Roma
    1991-1993 Bayern Munich
    1993-2000 VfB Stuttgart


    Berti, Nicola
    *1967, Italy, midfielder
    39 Caps (3 goals): 1988-1995
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    UEFA Cup 1991, 1994, 1998

    1982-1985 AC Parma
    1985-1988 Fiorentina
    1988-1998 Internazionale
    1997-1999 Tottenham Hotspur
    1998-1999 CD Alaves


    [​IMG]

    Bertolini, Luigi
    *1904, +1977, Italy, half back
    26 Caps (3 goals): 1929-1935
    World Cup finals 1934 (Champion)
    137 Serie A appearances for Juve (5 goals)

    1922-1930 Alessandria
    1930-1937 Juventus


    Bertoni, Daniel Ricardo
    *1955, Argentina, right wing
    31 Caps (12 goals): 1974-1982
    World Cup finals 1978 (Champion), 1982
    Copa Libertadores 1973, 1974, 1975
    Intercontinental Cup 1973
    406 league appearances (145 goals)

    1972-1978 Indepediente
    1978-1980 FC Sevilla
    1980-1984 Fiorentina
    1984-1986 SSC Napoli
    1986-1987 Udinese Calcio
     
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    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

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    Bolzplatz
    Bertrand-Demanes, Jean-Paul
    *1952, France, goalkeeper
    11 Caps: 1973-1978
    World Cup finals 1978
    530 league appearances

    1969-1987 FC Nantes


    Bessonov, Vladimir
    *1958, Soviet Union, midfielder
    85 Caps (5 goals): 1977-1990
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986, 1990
    European Cup II 1986

    1975-1990 Dinamo Kiev


    [​IMG]

    Best, George
    *1946, +2005, Northern Ireland, right and left wing
    37 Caps (9 goals): 1964-1977
    Golden Ball Europe 1968
    European Champions Cup 1968
    Top Scorer England 1968
    514 league appearances (192 goals)

    1963-1974 Manchester United
    1973-1974 Dunstable Town (regional)
    1974-1975 Stockport County (IV. Division)
    1975-1976 Cork Celtic
    1976-1977 Los Angeles Aztecs
    1976-1978 Fulham FC (II. Division)
    1977-1978 Los Angeles Aztecs
    1978-1979 Fort Lauderdale Strikers
    1980-1981 San José Earthquakers
    1980-1981 Hibernian Edinburgh (II. Division)
    1982-1983 Motherwell FC (II. Division)
    1982-1983 Arbroath Victoria (III. Division)
    1982-1983 Bournemouth AFC (III. Division)
    1983-1984 Nuneaton Borough (regional)
    1983-1984 Tobermore FC (regional)


    Bettega, Roberto
    *1950, Italy, left wing
    42 Caps (19 goals): 1975-1983
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982 (Champion)
    UEFA Cup 1977
    Top Scorer Italy 1980
    326 Serie A appearances (129 goals)

    1969-1970 Varese
    1970-1983 Juventus
    1983-1985 Toronto Blizzard


    [​IMG]

    Bianchi, Carlos
    *1949, Argentina, center forward
    14 Caps (7 goals): 1970-1972
    Top Scorer Argentina 1971, 1981
    Top Scorer France 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979
    546 league appearances (385 goals)

    1967-1973 Velez Sarsfield
    1973-1977 Stade Reims
    1977-1979 Paris St. Germain
    1979-1980 Racing Strasbourg
    1980-1982 Velez Sarsfield


    [​IMG]

    Bican, Josef (“Pepi”)
    *1913, +2001, Austria, inside forward
    19 Caps (14 goals): 1933-1936 (for Austria)
    14 Caps (12 goals): 1938-1949 (for Czechoslovakia)
    World Cup finals 1934
    Top Scorer Austria 1934
    Top Scorer Czechoslovakia 1938, 1946, 1947, 1950
    341 league appearances (518 goals)

    1931-1935 Rapid Vienna
    1935-1937 Admira Vienna
    1937-1948 Slavia Prague
    1949-1952 Vitkovice
    1952-1953 Spartak Hradek Kralove
    1953-1955 Dinamo Praha


    Bickel, Alfred
    *1918, +1999, Switzerland, center forward
    71 Caps (15 goals): 1936-1954
    World Cup finals 1938, 1950
    405 league appearances (202 goals)

    1935-1956 Grasshoppers


    Bicovsky, Premysl
    *1950, Czechoslovakia, outside forward
    44 Caps (11 goals): 1970-1983
    World Cup finals 1982
    434 league appearances (106 goals)

    1967-1970 Union Teplice
    1970-1972 Dukla Prague
    1972-1976 Union Teplice
    1976-1983 Bohemians Prague
    1983-1987 SC Eisenstadt
    1987-1989 VfB Mödling


    Bierhoff, Oliver
    *1968, Germany, center forward
    70 Caps (37 goals): 1996-2002
    World Cup finals 1998, 2002
    European Champion 1996
    Top Scorer Italy 1998
    343 league appearances (142 goals)

    1986-1988 Bayer Uerdingen
    1988-1990 Hamburg SV
    1989-1990 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1990-1991 Casino Salzburg
    1991-1992 Ascoli Calcio
    1992-1995 Ascoli Calcio (II. Division)
    1995-1998 Udinese Calcio
    1998-2001 AC Milan
    2001-2002 AS Monaco
    2002-2003 Chievo Verona


    [​IMG]

    Bigode, Joao Ferreira
    *1922, +2003, Brazil, half back
    10 Caps (0 goals): 1949-1950
    World Cup finals 1950
    South American Champion 1949

    1940-1941 Setembro FC
    1941-1942 Atletico MG
    1943-1949 Fluminense
    1950-1951 Flamengo
    1954-1955 Fluminense


    [​IMG]

    Binder, Franz („Bimbo“)
    *1911, +1989, Austria, center forward
    28 Caps (26 goals): 1933-1947
    World Cup finals 1934
    Top Scorer Austria 1933, 1937, 1938
    243 league appearances (268 goals)

    1930-1950 Rapid Vienna


    Bingham, William (“Billy”)
    *1928, Norther Ireland, outside right
    56 Caps (10 goals): 1951-1964
    World Cup finals 1958

    1946-1950 Glentoran Belfast
    1950-1958 Sunderland FC
    1958-1960 Luton Town
    1960-1963 Everton FC
    1963-1964 Port Vale


    [​IMG]

    Birtles, Gary
    *1956, England, forward
    3 Caps (0 goals): 1980-1981
    European Champions Cup 1979, 1980
    263 league appearances (71 goals)

    1976-1977 Nottingham Forest (II. Division)
    1977-1981 Nottingham Forest
    1980-1982 Manchester United
    1982-1987 Nottingham Forest


    [​IMG]

    Blanc, Laurent
    *1965, France, center back
    97 Caps (16 goals): 1989-2000
    World Cup finals 1998 (Champion)
    European Champion 2000
    500 league appearances (95 goals)

    1983-1987 SC Montpellier (II. Division)
    1987-1991 SC Montpellier
    1991-1992 SSC Napoli
    1992-1993 Nimes
    1993-1995 AS St. Etienne
    1995-1996 AJ Auxerre
    1997-1997 FC Barcelona
    1997-1999 Olympique Marseille
    1999-2001 Internazionale
    2001-2003 Manchester United


    [​IMG]

    Blanchflower, Robert Dennis (“Danny”)
    *1926, +1993, Northern Ireland, wing half
    56 Caps (2 goals): 1950-1963
    World Cup finals 1958
    European Cup II 1963
    337 league appearances for Spurs (15 goals)

    1945-1948 Glentoran Belfast
    1948-1949 Swindon
    1948-1951 Barnsley FC
    1951-1954 Aston Villa
    1954-1964 Tottenham Hotspur


    [​IMG]

    Blankenburg, Horst
    *1947, (West) Germany, sweeper and midfielder
    European Champions Cup 1971, 1972, 1973
    Intercontinental Cup 1972

    1967-1968 Nuremberg
    1968-1969 SC Vienna
    1969-1970 TSV 1860 Munich
    1970-1975 Ajax Amsterdam
    1975-1977 Hamburg SV
    1978-1980 Chicago Stings
    1980-1981 Preussen Münster (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Blind, Danny
    *1961, Holland, center back
    42 Caps (1 goal): 1986-1996
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    Champions League 1995
    European Cup II 1987
    UEFA Cup 1992
    Intercontinental Cup 1995
    537 league appearances (45 goals)

    1979-1986 Sparta Rotterdam
    1986-1999 Ajax Amsterdam


    [​IMG]

    Blokhin, Oleg (“Blokha” = “Flea”)
    *1952, Soviet Union (Ukraine), left wing
    101 Caps (35 goals): 1972-1988
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    European Cup II 1975, 1986
    Top Scorer Soviet Union 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977
    471 league appearances (217 goals)

    1969-1988 Dynamo Kiev
    1988-1989 Vorwärts Steyr
    1989-1990 Aris Limassol


    Bloomer, Stephen (“Paleface”)
    *1874, +1938, England, inside right
    23 Caps (28 goals): 1895-1907
    Top Scorer England 1896, 1897, 1899, 1901, 1904
    536 league appearances (317 goals)

    1892-1906 Derby County
    1906-1910 Middlesbrough
    1910-1914 Derby County


    Boban, Zvonimir
    *1968, Yugoslavia/Croatia, midfielder
    8 Caps (1 goal): 1988-1991 (for Yugoslavia)
    51 Caps (12 goals): 1991-1999 (for Croatia)
    World Cup finals 1998
    Champions League 1994
    308 league appearances (63 goals)

    1985-1991 Dinamo Zagreb
    1991-1992 US Bari
    1992-2001 AC Milan
    2001-2002 Celta Vigo


    Bobek, Stjepan
    *1923, Yugoslavia (Croatia), inside left and center forward
    63 Caps (37 goals): 1946-1956
    World Cup finals 1950, 1954
    466 league appearances (413 goals)

    1942-1944 Licanin
    1944-1945 Gradjanski Zagreb
    1945-1958 Partizan Belgrade


    Bochini, Ricardo Enrique (“Bocha”)
    *1954, Argentina, midfielder
    29 Caps (0 goals): 1974-1986
    World Cup finals 1986 (Champion)
    Copa Libertadores 1973, 1974, 1975, 1984
    Intercontinental Cup 1973, 1984
    634 league appearances (97 goals)

    1972-1991 Indepediente


    Bode, Marco
    *1969, Germany, forward, midfielder and left full back
    40 Caps (9 goals): 1995-2002
    World Cup finals 2002
    European Champion 1996
    European Cup II 1992
    379 Bundesliga appearances (101 goals)

    1989-2002 Werder Bremen


    Boghossian, Alain
    *1970, France, midfielder
    26 Caps (2 goals): 1997-2002
    World Cup finals 1998 (Champion), 2002
    UEFA Cup 1999

    1988-1992 Olympique Marseille
    1992-1993 FC Istres
    1993-1994 Olympique Marseille
    1994-1997 Napoli
    1997-1998 Sampdoria
    1998-2002 AC Parma
    2002-2003 Espanyol Barcelona


    [​IMG]

    Bogicevic, Vladislav (“Bogie”)
    *1950, Yugoslavia (Serbia), midfielder
    23 Caps (2 goals): 1971-1977
    World Cup finals 1974

    1968-1977 Red Star Belgrade
    1978-1984 New York Cosmos


    Boksic, Alen
    *1970, Croatia, forward
    40 Caps (10 goals): 1993-2002
    World Cup finals 1998, 2002
    Champions League 1993
    Intercontinental Cup 1993

    1987-1991 Hajduk Split
    1991-1992 Cannes
    1991-1994 Olympique Marseille
    1994-1996 Lazio
    1996-1997 Juventus
    1997-2000 Lazio
    2000-2003 Middlesborough


    Boli, Basile
    *1967, France (Ivory Coast), center back
    45 Caps (1 goal): 1986-1993
    Champions League 1993

    1985-1990 AJ Auxerre
    1990-1994 Olympique Marseille
    1994-1995 Glasgow Rangers
    1995-1996 AS Monacoi
    1995-1997 Urawa Red Diamonds


    Bölöni, Ladislau (“Loti”)
    *1953, Romania, midfielder
    104 Caps (24 goals): 1975-1988
    European Champions Cup 1986
    over 450 league appearances (over 80 goals)

    1970-1977 ASA Tigru Mures
    1977-1988 Steaua Bucarest
    1988-1990 Racing Jet Brussels
    1990-1991 US Orleans (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Bonetti, Peter
    *1941, England, goalkeeper
    7 Caps: 1966-1970
    World Cup 1970
    European Cup II 1971
    503 league appearances

    1959-1962 Chelsea FC
    1962-1963 Chelsea FC (II. Division)
    1963-1975 Chelsea FC
    1975-1977 Chelsea FC (II. Division)
    1977-1979 Chelsea FC


    Bonev, Christo
    *1947, Bulgaria, inside forward and midfielder
    83 Caps (41 goals): 1967-1979
    World Cup finals 1970, 1974
    410 league appearances

    1965-1980 Lok Plovdiv
    1981-1982 AEK Athens
    1982-1983 Lok Plovdiv
     
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    Bolzplatz
    [​IMG]

    Bonhof, Rainer
    *1952, (West) Germany, full back, center back and midfielder
    53 Caps (9 goals): 1972-1981
    World Cup finals 1974 (Champion), 1978
    European Champion 1972
    European Cup II 1980
    UEFA Cup 1975
    311 Bundesliga appearances (57 goals)

    1970-1978 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1978-1980 FC Valencia
    1980-1982 Cologne
    1982-1983 Hertha BSC
    1982-1983 Cologne


    [​IMG]

    Boniek, Zbigniew
    *1956, Poland, forward
    80 Caps (24 goals): 1976-1986
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982, 1986
    European Champions Cup 1985
    European Cup II 1984

    1975-1982 Widzew Lodz
    1982-1985 Juventus
    1985-1987 AS Roma


    Boninsegna, Roberto
    *1943, Italy, center forward
    22 Caps (9 goals): 1967-1974
    World Cup finals 1970, 1974
    UEFA Cup 1977
    Top Scorer Italy 1971, 1972
    366 Serie A appearances (163 goals)

    1964-1965 Potenza (II. Division)
    1965-1966 Varese
    1966-1969 US Cagliari
    1969-1976 Internazionale
    1976-1979 Juventus


    Boniperti, Giampiero
    *1928, Italy, outside right
    38 Caps (8 goals): 1947-1960
    World Cup finals 1950, 1954

    1945-1963 Juventus


    [​IMG]

    Bonner, Patrick Joseph (“Pat”)
    *1960, Ireland, goalkeeper
    80 Caps: 1981-1996
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    483 league appearances for Celtic

    Leicester City
    Glasgow Celtic (1978-1995)
    Kilmarnock


    [​IMG]

    Borg, Hans (“Hasse”)
    *1953, Sweden, right full back
    49 Caps (4 goals): 1976-1985
    World Cup finals 1978
    139 Bundesliga appearances (7 goals)

    Örebrö SK
    Eintracht Braunschweig (1977-1983)


    Borghi, Claudio Daniel
    *1964, Argentina, forward
    6 Caps (1 goal): 1986
    World Cup finals 1986 (Champion)
    Copa Libertadores 1985

    Argentinos Juniors
    Flamengo
    River Plate
    Colo Colo


    Borovicka, Jaroslav
    *1931, Czechoslovakia, center and inside forward
    21 Caps (2 goals): 1953-1961
    World Cup finals 1958
    266 league appearances (77 goals)

    1950-1952 Spartak Prague
    1952-1963 Dukla Prague
    1963-1965 Vitkovice


    [​IMG]

    Boskamp, Janus (“Jan”)
    *1948, Holland, midfielder
    2 Caps (0 goals): 1978
    World Cup finals 1978
    UEFA Cup 1974
    433 league appearances (59 goals)

    1966-1968 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1968-1970 Holland Sport
    1970-1974 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1974-1982 RWD Molenbeek
    1982-1984 SK Lierse


    [​IMG]

    Boskov, Vujadin
    *1931, Yugoslavia (Serbia), half back
    57 Caps (0 goals): 1951-1958
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958

    1948-1960 Vojvodina Novi Sad
    1960-1962 FC Genoa
    1962-1964 Young Fellows Zürich


    Bosman, Johannes Jacobus (“John”)
    *1965, Holland, forward
    30 Caps (17 goals): 1986-1997
    European Champion 1988
    European Cup II 1987
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1987
    520 league appearances (251 goals)

    1983-1988 Ajax Amsterdam
    1988-1990 KV Mechelen
    1990-1991 PSV Eindhoven
    1991-1996 RSC Anderlecht
    1996-1999 FC Twente Enschede
    1999-2002 AZ’67 Alkmaar


    Bossis, Maxim
    *1955, France, left full back and center back
    76 Caps (1 goal): 1976-1986
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982, 1986
    European Champion 1984

    1973-1985 FC Nantes
    1985-1989 Racing Paris
    1989-1991 FC Nantes


    Bosquier, Bernard
    *1942, France, center back
    42 Caps 3( goals): 1964-1972
    World Cup finals 1966

    1960-1961 Olympique Alès
    1961-1966 FC Sochaux
    1966-1971 AS St. Etienne
    1971-1973 Olympique Marseille
    1973-1974 FC Martigues


    [​IMG]

    Bozsik, Jozsef (“Cucu”)
    *1925, +1978, Hungary, right half back
    101 Caps (11 goals): 1947-1962
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958

    1943-1948 Kispest
    1948-1963 Honved Budapest


    Brady, Liam (“Chippy”)
    *1956, Ireland, midfielder
    72 Caps (9 goals): 1975-1990
    324 league appearances in England (52 goals)

    1973-1980 Arsenal
    1980-1982 Juventus
    1982-1984 Sampdoria
    1984-1986 Internazionale
    1986-1987 SC Ascoli
    1986-1989 West Ham United
    1989-1990 West Ham United (II. Division)


    Braine, Raymond
    *1907, +1978, Belgium, center forward
    54 Caps (26 goals): 1925-1939
    World Cup finals 1938
    Top Scorer Belgium 1928
    Top Scorer Czechoslovakia 1932, 1934
    370 league appearances (322 goals)

    1922-1930 Royal Beerschot
    1930-1937 Sparta Prague
    1937-1943 Royal Beerschot
    1943-1944 RCS La Forestoise


    [​IMG]

    Branco, Claudio Ibrahim Vaz Leal
    *1964, Brazil, left full back
    72 Caps (9 goals): 1985-1994
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990, 1994 (Champion)
    Copa America 1989

    1981-1982 Guarani
    1982-1986 Fluminense
    1986-1988 Brescia
    1988-1990 FC Porto
    1990-1993 Genoa
    1993-1994 Gremio
    1994-1995 Corinthians
    1994-1995 Fluminsense
    1995-1996 Flamengo
    1995-1996 Internacional
    1996-1997 Middlesborough
    1996-1997 Mogi Mirim
    1997-1998 Fluminense
    1998-1999 New York Metro Stars


    [​IMG]

    Brandts, Ernie
    *1956, Holland, center back
    28 Caps (5 goals): 1977-1985
    World Cup finals 1978
    UEFA Cup 1978
    252 league appearances for PSV (23 goals)

    1974-1977 De Graafschap
    1977-1986 PSV Eindhoven
    1986-???? Roda Kerkrade


    Bransch, Bernd
    *1944, (East) Germany, center back
    64 Caps (3 goals): 1967-1976
    World Cup finals 1974
    317 league appearances (43 goals)

    1961-1973 Chemie Halle
    1973-1974 Carl Zeiss Jena
    1974-1979 Chemie Halle


    Bratseth, Rune
    *1961, Norway, sweeper
    60 Caps (2 goals): 1986-1994
    World Cup finals 1994
    European Cup II 1992
    230 Bundesliga appearances (12 goals)

    1984-1987 Rosenborg Trondheim
    1986-1995 Werder Bremen


    Brazil, Alan
    *1959, Scotland, forward
    13 Caps (1 goal): 1980-1983
    World Cup finals 1982
    UEFA Cup 1982, 1984

    1977-1983 Ipswich Town
    1982-1984 Tottenham Hotspur
    1984-1986 Manchester United
    1986-1987 Coventry City


    [​IMG]

    Brehme, Andreas
    *1960, (West) Germany, left full back
    86 Caps (8 goals): 1984-1994
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990 (Champion), 1994
    UEFA Cup 1991
    441 league appearances (62 games)

    1980-1981 Saarbrücken
    1981-1986 Kaiserslautern
    1986-1988 Bayern Munich
    1988-1992 Internazionale
    1992-1993 Real Zaragoza
    1993-1998 Kaiserslautern


    [​IMG]

    Breitner, Paul („Mao“)
    *1951, (West) Germany, left full back and midfielder
    48 Caps (11 goals): 1971-1982
    World Cup finals 1974 (Champion), 1982
    European Champion 1972
    European Champions Cup 1974
    369 league appearances (103 goals)

    1970-1974 Bayern Munich
    1974-1977 Real Madrid
    1977-1978 Eintracht Braunschweig
    1978-1983 Bayern Munich


    [​IMG]

    Bremner, William John (“Billy”)
    *1942, Scotland, midfielder
    54 Caps (3 goals): 1965-1976
    World Cup finals 1974
    Fairs Cup 1968, 1971
    586 league appearances (90 goals)

    1959-1960 Leeds United
    1960-1964 Leeds United (II. Division)
    1964-1977 Leeds United
    1976-1978 Hull City (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Brennan, Seamus Anthony (“Shay”)
    *1937, +2000, Ireland, right full back
    19 Caps (0 goals): 1965-1971
    European Champions Cup 1968
    355 league appearances for United (6 goals)

    1958-1971 Manchester United


    [​IMG]

    Brenninger, Dieter („Mucki“)
    *1944, (West) Germany, outside left
    1 Cap (0 goals): 1969
    European Cup II 1967
    271 Bundesliga appearances (74 goals)

    1963-1965 Bayern Munich (II. Division)
    1965-1971 Bayern Munich
    1971-1972 Young Boys Berne
    1972-1975 VfB Stuttgart
    1975-1976 VfB Stuttgart (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Briegel, Hans-Peter (“Walz aus der Pfalz”)
    *1955, (West) Germany, left full back and midfielder
    72 Caps (4 goals): 1979-1986
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    European Champion 1980
    346 league appearances (68 goals)

    1975-1984 Kaiserslautern
    1984-1986 Hellas Verona
    1986-1988 Sampdoria


    Brindisi, Miguel Angel („Miguelito“)
    *1950, Argentina, midfielder and right wing
    46 Caps (17 goals): 1969-1974
    World Cup finals 1974
    Top Scorer Argentina 1972
    536 league appearances (224 goals)

    1967-1976 Huracan Buenos Aires
    1976-1979 UD Las Palmas
    1979-1980 Huracan Buenos Aires
    1981-1983 Boca Juniors
    1982-1983 Nacional Montevideo
    1982-1983 Union Santa Fé


    [​IMG]

    Brito, Hercules de Ruas
    *1939, Brazil, center back
    45 Caps (0 goals): 1964-1972
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970 (Champion)

    1955-1959 Vasco da Gama
    1959-1960 Internacional RS
    1960-1969 Vasco da Gama
    1969-1970 Flamengo
    1970-1971 Cruzeiro
    1971-1974 Corinthians
    1973-1974 Atletico PR
    1974-1975 Le Castor FC (Canada)
    1975-1976 Deportivo Galicia (Venezuela)
    1975-1978 Democrata Governardor Valadares


    [​IMG]

    Broadbent, Peter
    *1933, England, inside right
    7 Caps (2 goals): 1958-1960
    World Cup finals 1958
    452 league appearances (127 goals)

    1950-1951 Brentford FC (II. Division)
    1951-1965 Wolverhampton Wanderers
     
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    Bolzplatz
    Broadis, Ivor
    *1922, England, inside right
    14 Caps (8 goals): 1951-1954
    World Cup finals 1954

    Tottenham Hotspur (amateurs)
    Millwall FC (amateurs)
    Carlisle United (1946-1949)
    Sunderland FC (1949-1952)
    Manchester City (1951-1953)
    Newcastle United (1953-1955)
    Carlisle United (1955-1959)


    [​IMG]

    Brolin, Thomas (“Baby Face”)
    *1969, Sweden, forward
    47 Caps (26 goals): 1990-1995
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    European Cup II 1993

    1987-1989 Sundsvall
    1989-1990 Norrköping
    1990-1995 AC Parma
    1995-1996 Leeds United
    1996-1997 FC Zürich
    1996-1997 AC Parma
    1997-1998 Crystal Palace


    [​IMG]

    Brooking, Trevor David
    *1948, England, midfielder
    47 Caps (5 goals): 1974-1982
    World Cup finals 1982
    636 league appearances (102 goals)

    1967-1984 West Ham United


    Broos, Hugo
    *1952, Belgium, center back
    24 Caps (0 goals): 1974-1986
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Cup II 1976, 1978
    UEFA Cup 1983

    1970-1983 RSC Anderlecht
    1983-1988 Club Bruges


    Brown, José Luis
    *1956, Argentina, sweeper
    36 Caps (1 goal): 1983-1990
    World Cup finals 1986 (Champion)

    Deportivo Espanyol
    Boca Juniors
    Racing Avellaneda
    Estudiantes
    Real Murcia
    Nacional Medellin
    Stade Brest


    Brülls, Albert
    *1937, +2004, (West) Germany, outside left/right
    25 Caps (9 goals): 1959-1966
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966

    1955-1962 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1962-1965 FC Modena
    1965-1968 Brescia Calcio


    Brylle, Kenneth Larsen
    *1959, Denmark, forward
    16 Caps (2 goals): 1980-1988
    UEFA Cup 1983
    Top Scorer UEFA Cup 1988

    Hvidovre IF
    Vejle BK
    RSC Anderlecht (1981-1984)
    PSV Eindhoven (1984-1985)
    Olympique Marseille (1985-1987)
    Club Bruges (1987-1988)
    Royal Beerschot
    SK Lierse
    Sabadell (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Buchan, Martin
    *1949, Scotland, center back
    34 Caps (0 goals): 1971-1978
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978
    335 league appearances for United (4 goals)

    1968-1972 Aberdeen FC
    1971-1974 Manchester United
    1974-1975 Manchester United (II. Division)
    1975-1983 Manchester United
    1983-1984 Oldham Athletic (II. Division)


    Buchwald, Guido („Diego“)
    *1961, (West) Germany, center back and midfielder
    76 Caps (4 goals): 1984-1994
    World Cup finals 1990 (Champion), 1994
    325 Bundesliga appearances (28 goals)

    1980-1983 Kickers Stuttgart
    1983-1994 VfB Stuttgart
    1994-1997 Urawa Red Diamonds
    1997-1998 Karlsruhe SC


    Budai, Laszlo
    *1929, +1983, Hungary, outside right
    39 Caps (10 goals): 1949-1959
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958

    1942-1947 BRSC
    1947-1948 Huttler Olaj SC
    1948-1950 Ferencvaros
    1950-1951 Edosz
    1951-1961 Kispest Honved


    [​IMG]

    Bulgarelli, Giacomo
    *1940, Italy, inside forward
    29 Caps (7 goals): 1962-1967
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966
    392 Serie A appearances

    1957-1975 Bologna


    [​IMG]

    Buljan, Ivan
    *1949, Yugoslavia (Croatia), full back and center back
    36 Caps (1 goal): 1973-1981
    World Cup finals 1974

    1967-1977 Hajduk Split
    1977-1981 Hamburg SV
    1981-1982 New York Cosmos


    Buncol, Andrzej
    *1959, Poland, midfielder
    48 Caps (5 goals): 1981-1986
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    UEFA Cup 1988
    185 Bundesliga appearances (21 goals)

    1979-1981 Ruch Chorzow
    1981-1986 Legia Warsaw
    1986-1987 FC Homburg
    1987-1992 Bayer Leverkusen
    1992-1995 Fortuna Düsseldorf (II./III. Division)
    1995-1997 Fortuna Düsseldorf


    Burgnich, Tarcisio
    *1939, Italy, right full back and center back
    66 Gaps (2 goals): 1963-1974
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970, 1974
    European Champion 1968
    European Champions Cup 1964, 1965
    Intercontinental Cup 1964, 1965
    359 Serie A appearances for Inter (5 goals)

    1958-1960 Udinese Calcio
    1960-1961 Juventus
    1961-1962 SS Palermo
    1962-1974 Internazionale
    1974-1977 SSC Napoli


    Buriak, Leonid
    *1953, Soviet Union (Ukraine), midfielder and forward
    50 Caps (9 goals): 1974-1983
    World Cup finals 1982
    European Cup II 1975

    1970-1985 Dynamo Kiev
    1985-1986 Torpedo Moscow
    1986-1988 Metallist Charkov
    1988-1989 Kemi PS


    Burruchaga, Jorge Luis (“Burru”)
    *1962, Argentina, forward and midfielder
    59 Caps (13 goals): 1983-1990
    World Cup finals 1986 (Champion), 1990
    Copa Libertadores 1984
    Intercontinental Cup 1984

    1982-1985 Independiente
    1985-1992 FC Nantes
    1992-1993 FC Valenciennes
    1995-1998 Indepediente


    Busk, Søren
    *1953, Denmark, center back and full back
    61 Caps (2 goals): 1979-1988
    World Cup finals 1986

    1972-1976 Golstrup IC
    1976-1979 Westfalia Herne (II. Division)
    1979-1982 MVV Maastricht
    1982-1985 AA Gent
    1985-1986 MVV Maastricht
    1986-1987 AS Monaco
    1987-1988 SC Vienna


    [​IMG]

    Butcher, Terrence Ian (“Terry”)
    *1958, England, center back
    77 Caps (3 goals): 1980-1990
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986, 1990
    UEFA Cup 1981
    404 league appearances (25 goals)

    1977-1986 Ipswich Town
    1986-1991 Glasgow Rangers
    1990-1992 Coventry City
    1992-1993 Sunderland FC


    [​IMG]

    Butragueno, Emilio (“El Buitre”)
    *1963, Spain, center forward
    69 Caps (26 goals): 1984-1992
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990
    UEFA Cup 1985, 1986
    Top Scorer Spain 1991

    1983-1995 Real Madrid
    1995-1998 Atletico Celaya


    Buzanszky, Jenö
    *1925, Hungary, right full back
    48 Caps (0 goals): 1950-1956
    World Cup finals 1954

    Dorogoi Banyasz


    Buzek, Johann (“Schani”)
    *1938, Austria, center forward and center half
    43 Caps (9 goals): 1956-1969
    World Cup finals 1958
    Top Scorer Austria 1956, 1966
    380 league appearances (229 goals)

    1954-1963 First FC Vienna
    1963-1967 Austria Vienna
    1967-1969 SC Vienna
    1969-1970 FC Dornbirn
    1970-1972 Rapid Vienna
    1972-1973 Austria Klagenfurt


    [​IMG]

    Byrne, Roger William
    *1926, +1958, England, left full back and wing half
    33 Caps: 1954-1957
    World Cup finals 1954

    1949-1958 Manchester United


    Byshovets, Anatoli
    *1946, Soviet Union (Ukraine), center forward
    40 Caps (15 goals): 1966-1972
    World Cup finals 1970
    139 league appearances (40 goals)

    1963-1974 Dynamo Kiev


    [​IMG]

    Cabrini, Antonio
    *1957, Italy, left full back
    73 Caps (9 goals): 1978-1987
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982 (Champion), 1986
    European Champions Cup 1985
    European Cup II 1984
    Intercontinental Cup 1985
    352 Serie A appearances (36 goals)

    1975-1976 Atalanta Bergamo (II. Division)
    1976-1989 Juventus
    1989-1991 FC Bologna


    Cajkovski, Zlatko (“Tschik”)
    *1923, +1998, Croatia/Yugoslavia, half back
    2 Caps (0 goals): 1942-1943 (for Croatia)
    55 Caps (18 goals): 1946-1955 (for Yugoslavia)
    World Cup finals 1950, 1954

    1940-1955 Partizan Belgrade
    1955-1958 Cologne
    1958-1960 Hapoel Haifa


    Caligaris, Umberto
    *1901, +1940, Italy, full back
    59 Caps (0 goals): 1922-1934
    World Cup 1934 (Champion)

    1918-1928 Casale
    1928-1938 Juventus


    [​IMG]

    Callaghan, Ian
    *1942, England, outside right
    4 Caps (0 goals): 1966-1977
    World Cup finals 1966 (Champion)
    European Champions Cup 1977, 1978
    UEFA Cup 1973, 1976
    640 league appearances (50 goals)

    1959-1978 Liverpool FC


    Camacho, José Antonio
    *1955, Spain, left full back
    81 Caps (0 goals): 1975-1988
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    UEFA Cup 1985, 1986
    698 club games

    1972-1989 Real Madrid


    Camsell, George Henry
    *1902, +1966, England, center forward
    9 Caps (18 goals): 1929-1936
    337 league appearances (233 goals)

    1921-1922 Durham Chapel FC (regional)
    1922-1923 Tow Law Town FC (regional)
    1923-1924 Esh Winning FC (regional)
    1924-1925 Durham City FC (II. Division)
    1925-1927 Middlesbrough FC (II. Division)
    1927-1928 Middlesbrough FC
    1928-1929 Middlesbrough FC (II. Division)
    1929-1940 Middlesbrough FC


    Canario, Darcy Silveira dos Santos
    *1934, Brazil, outside right
    7 Caps (2 goals): 1956
    European Champions Cup 1960
    Intercontinental Cup 1960
    Fairs Cup 1964

    Real Madrid (1959-1962)
    Real Zaragoza
     
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    Bolzplatz
    Caniggia, Claudio Paul
    *1967, Argentina, forward
    50 Caps (16 goals): 1987-2002
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994, 2002
    South American Champion 1991

    1985-1988 River Plate
    1988-1989 Hellas Verona
    1989-1992 Atalanta Bergamo
    1992-1994 Roma
    1994-1995 Benfica
    1995-1997 Boca Juniors
    1999-2000 Atalanta Bergamo
    2000-2001 Dundee United
    2001-2003 Glasgow Rangers
    2003-2004 Qatar SC
    2004-2005 Al Arabi


    [​IMG]

    Cantona, Eric
    *1966, France, forward and midfielder
    45 Caps (20 goals): 1987-1995
    353 league appearances (127 goals)

    1983-1988 AJ Auxerre
    1988-1989 Olympique Marseille
    1989-1990 Girondins Bordeaux
    1990-1991 Montpellier HSC
    1991-1992 Olympique Nimes
    1991-1992 Leeds United
    1992-1997 Manchester United


    Capkovic, Jan
    *1948, CSSR, outside left
    20 Caps (6 goals): 1968-1974
    World Cup finals 1970
    European Cup II 1969
    Top Scorer CSSR 1972

    Inter Bratislava
    Slovan Bratislava


    Capkovic, Josef
    *1948, CSSR, midfielder and center back
    17 Caps (0 goals): 1974-1977
    European Champion 1976
    European Cup II 1969

    Inter Bratislava
    Slovan Bratislava


    Carnevale, Andrea
    *1961, Italy, forward
    10 Caps (2 goals): 1989-1990
    World Cup finals 1990
    UEFA Cup 1989

    1979-1981 US Avellino
    1981-1983 Reggiana
    1983-1984 US Cagliari
    1983-1984 Catania
    1984-1986 Udinese Calcio
    1986-1990 Napoli
    1990-1993 Roma
    1993-1994 Udinese Calcio
    1993-1994 Pescara (II. Division)
    1994-1995 Udinese Calcio
    1995-1996 Pescara


    [​IMG]

    Carrizo, Amadeo Raul (“Tarzan”)
    *1926, Argentina, goalkeeper
    20 Caps: 1954-1964
    World Cup finals 1958
    518 league appearances

    1945-1968 River Plate
    1969-1970 Millionarios Bogota


    Capelle, Jean
    *1913, Belgium, center forward
    34 Caps (19 goals): 1931-1939
    World Cup finals 1934
    246 league appearances (238 goals)

    1929-1944 Standard Liege


    Capello, Fabio
    *1946, Italy, midfielder
    32 Caps (8 goals): 1972-1976
    World Cup finals 1974
    292 Serie A appearances (40 goals)

    1963-1967 Spal Ferrara
    1967-1970 AS Roma
    1970-1976 Juventus
    1976-1978 AC Milan


    [​IMG]

    Carbajal, Antonio (“Moustache”)
    *1929, Mexico, goalkeeper
    47 Caps: 1950-1966
    World Cup finals 1950, 1954, 1958, 1962, 1966

    1947-1968 FC Leon


    [​IMG]

    Careca, Oliveira Filho Antonio
    *1960, Brazil, forward
    60 Caps (29 goals): 1982-1993
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990
    UEFA Cup 1989
    Top Scorer UEFA Cup 1989
    Top Scorer Brazil 1986

    1977-1982 Guarani
    1983-1987 FC Sao Paulo
    1987-1993 SSC Napoli
    1993-1994 Kashiwa Reysol (II. Division)
    1995-1996 Kashiwa Reysol


    [​IMG]

    Carlos, Alberto Torres
    *1944, Brazil, full back and center back
    53 Caps (8 goals): 1964-1977
    World Cup finals 1970 (Champion)

    1963-1966 Fluminense
    1966-1974 Santos FC
    1974-1977 Fluminense
    1976-1977 Flamengo
    1977-1980 New York Cosmos
    1980-1981 California Surf
    1981-1982 New York Cosmos


    Carnevali, Daniel
    *1946, Argentina, goalkeeper
    27 Caps: 1972-1974
    World Cup finals 1974

    1964-1968 Rosario Central
    1969-1970 Atlanta
    1970-1973 Chacarita
    1973-1979 Union Las Palmas
    1979-1983 Rosario Central
    1983-1984 Junior Baranquilla
    1984-1988 Colon de Santa Fé


    Carnus, Georges
    *1942, France, goalkeeper
    63 Caps: 1963-1973
    World Cup finals 1966

    1959-1961 AS Aix-en-Provence
    1961-1967 Stade Français
    1967-1971 AS St. Etienne
    1971-1974 Olympique Marseille


    Carrasco, Francisco José (“Lobo”)
    *1959, Spain, left wing
    35 Caps (5 goals): 1979-1988
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Cup II 1979, 1982, 1989

    1978-1989 FC Barcelona
    1989-1992 FC Sochaux


    [​IMG]

    Casagrande, Walter Junior
    *1963, Brazil, forward
    19 Caps (8 goals): 1985-1986
    World Cup finals 1986

    1980-1981 Corinthians
    1981-1982 Caldense
    1982-1983 Corinthians
    1983-1984 Sao Paulo FC
    1984-1986 Corinthians
    1986-1987 FC Porto
    1987-1991 Ascoli
    1991-1993 Fiorentina
    1993-1994 Flamengo
    1994-1995 Corinthians
    1994-1995 Club Bresil Masters
    1995-1996 Paulista
    1995-1996 Sao Francisco


    [​IMG]

    Cascarino, Anthony Guy (“Tony”)
    *1962, Ireland, forward
    88 Caps (19 goals): 1986-2000
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    176 league appearances (43 goals)

    1981-1987 Gillingham (III. Division)
    1987-1988 Millwall FC (II. Division)
    1988-1990 Millwall FC
    1989-1991 Aston Villa
    1991-1992 Glasgow Celtic
    1992-1994 Chelsea FC
    1994-1996 Olympique Marseille (II. Division)
    1996-2000 AS Nancy


    Casiraghi, Pierluigi
    *1969, Italy, forward
    44 Caps (13 goals): 1991-1998
    World Cup finals 1994
    UEFA Cup 1990, 1993

    1985-1989 Monza (II./III. Division)
    1988-1993 Juventus
    1993-1998 Lazio
    1998-1999 Chelsea FC


    Castaneda, Jean
    *1957, France, goalkeeper
    9 Caps: 1981-1982
    World Cup finals 1982
    239 league appearances

    1977-1984 AS St. Etienne
    1984-1986 AS St. Etienne (II. Division)
    1986-1989 AS St. Etienne
    1989-1990 Olympique Marseille


    [​IMG]

    Castro, Hector (“El Divino Manco”)
    *1904, +1960, Uruguay, inside and center forward
    25 Caps (20 goals): 1924-1935
    World Cup finals 1930 (Champion)
    Copa America 1926, 1935
    181 league appearances (107 goals)

    1921-1924 C.A. Lito
    1924-1936 Nacional Montevideo


    Caszely, Carlos Humberto
    *1950, Chile, forward and midfielder
    49 Caps (29 goals): 1969-1985
    World Cup finals 1974, 1982
    Top Scorer Copa Libertadores 1973
    Top Scorer Chile 1979, 1980, 1981

    1969-1973 Colo Colo
    1973-1975 UD Levante (II. Division)
    1975-1978 Espanol Barcelona
    1978-1985 Colo Colo


    Causio, Franco
    *1949, Italy, right wing
    63 Caps (6 goals): 1972-1983
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978, 1982 (Champion)
    UEFA Cup 1977
    480 Serie A appearances (66 goals)

    1967-1968 Juventus
    1968-1969 AS Reggina
    1969-1970 SS Palermo
    1970-1981 Juventus
    1981-1984 AC Udinese
    1984-1985 Internazionale
    1985-1986 US Lecce


    [​IMG]

    Cavem, Dominiciano Barocal Gomes
    *1932, +2005, Portugal, right full back, right half back and outside left
    18 Caps (5 goals): 1957-1965
    European Champions Cup 1961, 1962

    1955-1969 Benfica


    [​IMG]

    Cea, José Pedro (“El Vasco”)
    *1900, +1970, Uruguay, inside left
    26 Caps (13 goals): 1923-1932
    World Cup finals 1930 (Champion)
    Copa America 1923, 1924

    1925-1930 Nacional Montevideo
    1934-1935 Nacional Montevideo


    [​IMG]

    Cera, Pierluigi
    *1941, Italy, libero
    18 Caps (0 goals): 1969-1972
    World Cup finals 1970
    345 Serie A appearances (4 goals)

    1957-1958 Hellas Verona
    1958-1964 Hellas Verona (II. Division)
    1964-1973 US Cagliari
    1973-1977 Cesena
    1977-1979 Cesena (II. Division)


    Cerezo, Antonio Carlos (“Toninho”)
    *1955, Brazil, midfielder
    58 Caps (5 goals): 1977-1985
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982
    Copa Libertadores 1992, 1993
    Intercontinental Cup 1992, 1993
    215 Serie A appearances (29 goals)

    1973-1974 Atletico Mineiro
    1974-1975 Nacional Manaus
    1976-1983 Atletico Mineiro
    1983-1986 AS Roma
    1986-1992 Sampdoria
    1992-1993 FC Sao Paulo
    1993-1994 Cruzeiro
    1994-1995 Lousano Paulista
    1995-1996 FC Sao Paulo
    1995-1996 America Mineiro
    1996-1998 Atletico Mineiro


    [​IMG]

    César, Julio da Silva
    *1963, Brazil, center back
    18 Caps (0 goals): 1986-1993
    World Cup finals 1986
    Champions League 1997
    UEFA Cup 1993
    Intercontinental Cup 1997

    1980-1986 Guarani FC
    1986-1987 Stade Brest
    1987-1990 SC Montpellier
    1990-1994 Juventus
    1994-1998 Borussia Dortmund
    1998-1999 Botafogo
    1998-1999 Borussia Dortmund
    1998-1999 Panathinaikos Athens
    1999-2000 Werder Bremen


    [​IMG]

    Ceulemans, Jan (“Caje”)
    *1957, Belgium, left wing
    96 Caps (23 goals): 1977-1991
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986, 1990
    517 league appearances (230 goals)

    1974-1978 Lierse SK
    1978-1991 FC Bruges


    Cha, Bum Kun
    *1953, South Korea, forward
    121 Caps (55 goals): 1972-1986
    World Cup finals 1986
    UEFA Cup 1980, 1988
    308 Bundesliga appearances (98 goals)

    1971-1978 Airforce Seoul
    1978-1979 Darmstadt 98
    1979-1983 Eintracht Frankfurt
    1983-1989 Bayer Leverkusen


    Chalana, Fernando Albino de Sousa
    *1959, Portugal, midfielder
    27 Caps (2 goals): 1976-1988

    1976-1984 Benfica
    1984-1986 Girondins Bordeaux
    1986-1989 Benfica


    Challe, Roberto
    *1947, Peru, midfielder
    48 Caps (4 goals): 1967-1973
    World Cup finals 1970

    Sporting Cristal
    Defensor Lima
    Universitario Lima
     
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    [​IMG]

    Chamot, José Antonio
    *1969, Argentina, center back
    43 Caps (2 goals): 1993-2002
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998, 2002
    273 league appearances (6 goals)

    1988-1991 Rosario Central
    1990-1991 Pisa
    1991-1993 Pisa (II. Division)
    1993-1994 Foggia
    1994-1998 Lazio
    1998-1999 Atletico Madrid
    1999-2003 AC Milan
    2003-2004 Leganes CF


    [​IMG]

    Channon, Michael Roger (“Mick”)
    *1948, England, forward
    46 Caps (21 goals): 1973-1978
    Top Scorer England 1974
    549 league appearances (158 goals)

    1966-1974 Southampton FC
    1974-1977 Southampton FC (II. Division)
    1977-1980 Manchester City
    1980-1982 Southampton FC
    1982-1983 Newcastle United (II. Division)
    1982-1983 Bristol Rovers (III. Division)
    1982-1985 Norwich City


    [​IMG]

    Charles, John William (“Gentle Giant”)
    *1931, +2004, Wales, centre forward and centre half
    38 Caps (15 goals): 1955-1965
    World Cup finals 1958
    543 league appearances (260 goals)

    1952-1957 Leeds United
    1957-1962 Juventus
    1962-1963 Leeds United
    1962-1963 AS Roma
    1963-1966 Cardiff City


    [​IMG]

    Charlton, Jack (“Giraffe”)
    *1935, England, centre back
    35 Caps (6 goals): 1965-1970
    World Cup finals 1966 (Champion), 1970
    Fairs Cup 1968, 1971
    628 league appearances (70 goals)

    1952-1973 Leeds United


    [​IMG]

    Charlton, Bobby
    *1937, England, outside left and inside forward
    106 Caps (49 goals): 1958-1970
    World Cup finals: 1962, 1966 (Champion), 1970
    European Champions Cup 1968
    Golden Ball Europe 1966
    Top Scorer Fairs Cup 1965
    607 league appearances (197 goals)

    1956-1973 Manchester United


    Chendo, Miguel Porlan
    *1961, Spain, right full back
    26 Caps (0 goals): 1986-1990
    World Cup finals 1990
    Champions League 1998
    UEFA Cup 1985, 1986

    1983-1998 Real Madrid


    Cherry, Trevor
    *1948, England, center back and midfielder
    27 Caps (0 goals): 1976-1980
    460 league appearances (29 goals)

    1965-1970 Huddersfield Town (II. Division)
    1970-1972 Huddersfield Town
    1972-1982 Leeds United
    1982-1983 Leeds United (II. Division)
    1982-1985 Bradford City (II. Division)


    Chiarugi, Luciano
    *1947, Italy, forward
    3 Caps (0 goals): 1966-1974
    European Cup II 1973
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1973

    AC Milan


    [​IMG]

    Chico, Francisco Aramburu
    *1922, +1997, Brazil, outside left
    19 Caps (8 goals): 1945-1950
    World Cup finals 1950

    1941-1942 Gremio
    1942-1955 Vasco da Gama


    Chidjatullin, Wagis
    *1959, Soviet Union, sweeper
    64 Caps (8 goals): 1978-1990
    World Cup finals 1982, 1990

    1976-1980 Spartak Moscow
    1980-1986 Karpaty Lvov
    1986-1988 Spartak Moscow
    1988-1989 FC Toulouse
    1989-1991 Vladikavkas


    Chilavert, José Luis
    *1965, Paraguay, goalkeeper
    74 Caps (8 goals): 1989-2003
    World Cup finals 1998, 2002
    Copa Libertadores 1994
    Intercontinental Cup 1994
    Golden Ball South America 1996
    South America’s Best Keeper 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999
    556 league appearances

    1983-1984 Guarani
    1984-1988 San Lorenzo
    1988-1991 Real Zaragoza
    1991-2002 Velez Sarsfield
    2001-2002 Racing Strasbourg


    Chinaglia, Roberto
    *1947, Italy, center forward
    14 Caps (4 goals): 1972-1975
    World Cup finals 1974
    Top Scorer Italy 1974
    Top Scorer U.S.A. 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982
    429 league appearances (319 goals)

    1969-1976 Lazio
    1976-1983 New York Cosmos


    [​IMG]

    Chislenko, Igor
    *1939, +1994, Soviet Union, center forward
    54 Caps (21 goals): 1959-1968
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966

    Torpedo Moscow
    Dynamo Moscow


    Chivadze, Alexsandr Gavrilovich (“Chiva”)
    *1955, Soviet Union (Georgia), libero
    52 Caps (3 goals): 1980-1987
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    European Cup II 1981
    324 league appearances (44 goals)

    1973-1988 Dynamo Tbilisi


    [​IMG]

    Chivers, Martin
    *1945, England, center forward
    24 Caps (13 goals): 1971-1974
    European Cup II 1972
    278 league appearances for Tottenham (118 goals)

    1962-1966 Southampton FC (II. Division)
    1966-1968 Southampton FC
    1967-1976 Tottenham Hotspur
    1976-1978 Servette Geneva
    1978-1979 Norwich City
    1979-1980 Brighton & Hove Albion (II. Division)


    Chovanec, Jozef
    *1960, CSSR, midfielder
    52 Caps (4 goals): 1984-1992
    World Cup finals 1990
    382 league appearances (59 goals)

    1979-1981 RH Cheb
    1981-1989 Sparta Prague
    1989-1992 PSV Eindhoven
    1992-1995 Sparta Prague


    [​IMG]

    Chumpitaz, Hector
    *1944, Peru, libero
    105 Caps (3 goals): 1965-1981
    World Cup finals 1970, 1978
    Copa America 1975
    456 leagues games (65 goals)

    1961-1963 Unidad Vecinal (II. Division)
    1964-1975 Deportivo Municipal
    1976-1984 Sporting Cristal


    Churzilava, Murtaz
    *1943, Soviet Union (Georgia), center back
    70 Caps (6 goals): 1965-1973
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970

    1961-1974 Dinamo Tbilisi


    [​IMG]

    Clarke, Allan
    *1946, England, forward
    19 Caps (10 goals): 1970-1976
    World Cup finals 1970
    Fairs Cup 1971
    395 league appearances (167 goals)

    1963-1965 Walsall (III. Division)
    1965-1968 Fulham FC
    1968-1969 Leicester City
    1969-1978 Leeds United


    Clausen, Nestor Rolando
    *1962, Argentina, full back
    26 Caps (1 goal): 1983-1988
    World Cup finals 1986 (Champion)
    Copa Libertadores 1984
    Intercontinental Cup 1984

    Indepediente
    FC Sion


    [​IMG]

    Clemence, Raymond Neil
    *1948, England, goalkeeper
    61 Caps: 1972-1983
    World Cup finals 1982
    European Champions Cup 1977, 1978, 1981
    UEFA Cup 1973, 1976
    710 league appearances

    1965-1967 Scunthorpe (III. Division)
    1968-1981 Liverpool FC
    1981-1987 Tottenham Hotspur


    Clijsters, Leo
    *1956, Belgium, sweeper
    40 Caps (3 goals): 1983-1991
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990
    European Cup II 1988

    Thor Waterschei
    KV Mechelen


    [​IMG]

    Clodoaldo, Tavares Santana
    *1949, Brazil, midfielder
    42 Caps (1 goal): 1969-1976
    World Cup finals 1970 (Champion)

    1966-1978 Santos FC
    1979-1980 Tampa Bay


    Cmikiewicz, Leslaw
    *1947, Poland, midfielder and sweeper
    59 Caps (0 goals): 1970-1979
    World Cup finals 1974
    229 league appearances for Legia

    Slask Wroclaw
    Legia Warsaw (1970-1979)
    New York Arrow
    Chicago Horizon


    Coeck, Ludo
    *1955, +1985, Belgium, midfielder
    46 Caps (3 goals): 1974-1984
    World Cup finals 1982
    European Cup II 1976, 1978
    UEFA Cup 1983

    1972-1983 RSC Anderlecht
    1983-1985 Internazionale


    Cohen, George
    *1939, England, right full back
    37 Caps (0 goals): 1964-1968
    World Cup finals 1966 (Champion)

    1956-1968 Fulham FC
    1968-1969 Fulham FC (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Colaussi, Luigi (“Gino”)
    *1914, +1991, Italy, outside left
    26 Caps (15 goals): 1935-1940
    World Cup finals 1938 (Champion)

    US Triestina


    Collovati, Fulvio
    *1957, Italy, center back
    50 Caps (3 goals): 1979-1986
    World Cup finals 1982 (Champion), 1986

    1976-1982 AC Milan
    1982-1986 Internazionale
    1986-1987 FC Udinese
    1987-1989 AS Roma
    1989-1993 FC Genoa


    Coluna, Mario
    *1935, Portugal (Mocambique), linkman and inside forward
    57 Caps (8 goals): 1955-1968
    World Cup finals 1966
    European Champions Cup 1961, 1962

    1954-1970 Benfica
    1970-1971 Olympique Lyon


    [​IMG]

    Combi, Gianpiero
    *1902, +1956, Italy, goalkeeper
    47 Caps: 1924-1934
    World Cup finals 1934
    357 league appearances for Juventus

    1921-1934 Juventus
     
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    Bolzplatz
    Conen, Edmund
    *1914, +1990, Germany, center forward
    28 Caps (27 goals): 1934-1942
    World Cup finals 1934

    1931-1937 Saabrücken
    1937-1944 Kickers Stuttgart
    1946-1947 SG Hermsdorf
    1947-1950 Kickers Stuttgart


    Conte, Antonio
    *1969, Italy, midfielder
    20 Caps (2 goals): 1994-2000
    World Cup finals 1994
    Champions League 1996
    UEFA Cup 1993

    1985-1991 US Lecce
    1991-2004 Juventus


    Conti, Bruno
    *1955, Italy, right wing midfielder
    47 Caps (5 goals): 1980-1986
    World Cup finals 1982 (Champion), 1986

    1973-1975 AS Roma
    1975-1976 FC Genoa
    1976-1978 AS Roma
    1978-1979 FC Genoa
    1979-1989 AS Roma


    [​IMG]

    Cooper, Terence (“Terry”)
    *1944, England, left full back
    20 Caps (0 goals): 1969-1975
    World Cup finals 1970
    Fairs Cup 1968, 1971
    250 league appearances for Leeds (7 goals)

    1963-1975 Leeds United
    1974-1978 Middlesbrough
    1978-1979 Bristol City (II. Division)
    1979-1981 Bristol Rovers (II. Division)
    1981-1982 Doncaster Rovers (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Coppell, Steven James
    *1955, England, right wing
    42 Caps (7 goals): 1978-1983
    World Cup finals 1982
    312 league appearances (52 goals)

    1973-1975 Tranmere Rovers (III. Division)
    1974-1975 Manchester United (II. Division)
    1975-1983 Manchester United


    Coppens, Hendrik („Rik“)
    *1930, Belgium, center forward
    47 Caps (21 goals): 1949-1959
    World Cup finals 1954
    Top Scorer Belgium 1952, 1953, 1955
    389 league appearances (258 goals)

    1946-1961 Royal Beerschot
    1961-1962 Olympique Charleroi
    1962-1967 Crossing Molenbeek (II. Division)


    Corbatta, Orestes Omar
    *1936, +1991, Argentina, outside right
    43 Caps (18 goals): 1956-1962
    World Cup finals 1958
    Copa America 1957, 1959

    Racing Club Buenos Aires


    [​IMG]

    Corrigan, Joseph Thomas
    *1948, England, goalkeeper
    9 Caps: 1976-1982
    World Cup finals 1982
    European Cup II 1970
    504 league appearances

    1967-1983 Manchester City
    1983-1984 Seattle Sounders
    1983-1985 Brighton Albion & Hove (II. Division)
    1984-1985 Norwich City
    1984-1985 Brighton Albion & Hove (II. Division)
    1984-1985 Stoke City


    [​IMG]

    Corso, Mario
    *1941, Italy, outside/inside left
    23 Caps (4 goals): 1961-1971
    World Cup finals 1966
    European Champions Cup 1964, 1965
    Intercontinental Cup 1964, 1965
    436 Serie A appearances (78 goals)

    1958-1973 Internazionale
    1973-1974 FC Genoa
    1974-1975 FC Genoa (II. Division)


    Costa Pereira, Alberto
    *1929, +1990, Portugal, goalkeeper
    22 Caps: 1955-1965
    European Champions Cup 1961, 1962

    1954-1967 Benfica


    [​IMG]

    Coutinho, Antonio Wilson Honorio
    *1943, Brazil, center forward
    15 Caps (6 goals)
    World Cup finals 1962 (Champion)
    Copa Libertadores 1962, 1963
    Intercontinental Cup 1962, 1963
    Top Scorer Copa Libertadores 1963

    1959-1968 Santos FC
    1968-1969 Vitoria
    1969-1970 Portuguesa
    1970-1971 Santos FC
    1970-1971 Atlas Mexico
    1971-1972 Bangu


    Cremaschi, Atilio
    *1923, Chile, inside right
    31 Caps (10 goals): 1946-1954
    World Cup finals 1950

    Union Espanola
    Colo Colo Santiago de Chile


    [​IMG]

    Crerand, Patrick Timothy (“Pat”)
    *1939, Scotland, half back
    16 Caps (0 goals): 1961-1966
    European Champions Cup 1968
    425 league appearances (15 goals)

    1957-1963 Glasgow Celtic
    1962-1972 Manchester United


    Crippa, Massimo
    *1965, Italy, midfielder
    17 Caps (0 goals): 1988-1996
    UEFA Cup 1989, 1995

    1982-1983 Neda (regional)
    1983-1985 Saronno (regional)
    1985-1986 Seregno (regional)
    1986-1987 Pavia (III. Division)
    1987-1988 Torino
    1988-1993 Napoli
    1993-1998 AC Parma


    Crnkovic, Tomislav
    *1929, Yugoslavia (Croatia), left full back
    51 Caps (0 goals): 1951-1960
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958

    1950-1961 Dinamo Zagreb
    1961-1962 Vienna SC
    1962-1964 Servette Geneva


    Croy, Jürgen
    *1946, (East) Germany, goalkeeper
    86 Caps: 1967-1981
    World Cup finals 1974,
    372 league appearances

    1965-1981 Motor Sachsenring Zwickau


    [​IMG]

    Cruijff, Hendrik Johannes (“Johan”)
    *1947, Holland, center forward
    48 Caps (33 goals): 1966-1977
    World Cup finals 1974
    Golden Ball Europe 1971, 1973, 1974
    European Champions Cup 1971, 1972, 1973
    Intercontinental Cup 1972
    Top Scorer Champions Cup 1972
    Top Scorer Holland 1967, 1972
    506 league appearances (290 goals)

    1964-1973 Ajax Amsterdam
    1973-1978 FC Barcelona
    1978-1979 Los Angeles Aztecs
    1980-1981 Washington Diplomats
    1980-1981 UD Levante (II. Division)
    1981-1983 Ajax Amsterdam
    1983-1984 Feijenoord Rotterdam


    Cubilla, Luis Alberto
    *1940, Uruguay, outside right and inside forward
    38 Caps (11 goals): 1959-1974
    World Cup finals 1962, 1970, 1974
    Copa Libertadores 1960, 1961, 1971
    Intercontinental Cup 1961, 1971

    Paysandu
    Penarol
    FC Barcelona
    River Plate
    Nacional
    Santiago Morning Defensor


    Cubillas, Teofilo (“El Nene”)
    *1949, Peru, forward
    81 Caps (26 goals): 1968-1982
    World Cup finals 1970, 1978, 1982
    Copa America 1975
    Golden Ball South America 1972
    Top Scorer Copa Libertadores 1972
    Top Scorer Peru 1966, 1970, 1977
    469 league appearances (268 goals)

    1966-1973 Alianza Lima
    1973-1974 FC Basel
    1973-1977 FC Porto
    1977-1978 Alianza Lima
    1979-1983 Fort Lauderdale Strikers
    1984-1985 Alianza Lima
    1985-1986 South Florida Sun (II. Division)
    1986-1987 Alianza Lima


    Cuccureddu, Antonello
    *1949, Italy, center back and full back
    13 Caps (0 goals): 1975-1978
    World Cup finals 1978
    UEFA Cup 1977
    298 Serie A appearances for Juventus

    1967-1969 Brescia (II. Division)
    1969-1981 Juventus


    Cuciuffo, José Luis
    *1962, +2004, Argentina, full back
    21 Caps (0 goals): 1985-1989
    World Cup finals 1986 (Champion)

    Talleres de Cordoba
    Velez Sarsfield
    Boca Juniors
    Olympique Nimes
    Stade Reims
    Belgrano de Cordoba


    [​IMG]

    Cudicini, Fabio (“Ragno Nero”)
    *1935, Italy, goalkeeper
    European Champions Cup 1969
    European Cup II 1968
    Intercontinental Cup 1969

    1955-1958 Udinese
    1958-1966 Roma
    1966-1967 Brescia
    1967-1972 AC Milan


    [​IMG]

    Cullmann, Bernhard („Bernd“)
    *1949, (West) Germany, sweeper and midfielder
    40 Caps (6 goals): 1973-1980
    World Cup finals 1974 (Champion)
    European Champion 1980
    341 Bundesliga appearances (29 goals)

    1970-1984 Cologne


    [​IMG]

    Cunningham, Lawrence (“Laurie”)
    *1956, +1989, England, left wing
    6 Caps (0 goals): 1979-1980

    Leyton Orient (II. Division) (1974-1977)
    West Bromwich Albion (1976-1979)
    Real Madrid (1979-1983)
    Manchester United
    Leicester City
    Sporting Gijon
    Betis Sevilla
    Charleroi
    Wimbledon
    Rayo Vallecano


    Cunningham, Willie
    *1925, Northern Ireland, center half and full back
    30 Caps (0 goals): 1951-1962
    World Cup finals 1958

    St. Mirren FC
    Leicester City (1954-1960)
    Dunfermline (1960-1964)


    [​IMG]

    Curkovic, Ivan
    *1944, Yugoslavia, goalkeeper
    10 Caps: 1968-1970

    Partizan Belgrade
    AS St. Etienne


    Cush, Wilbur William
    *1928, +1981, Northern Ireland, inside right and half back
    26 Caps (5 goals): 1951-1962
    World Cup finals 1958

    Glenavon
    Leeds United (1957-1960)
    Portadown


    [​IMG]

    Czerniatynski, Alexander
    *1960, Belgium, forward
    31 Caps (6 goals): 1981-1994
    World Cup finals 1982, 1994
    UEFA Cup 1983
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1993
    385 league appearances (135 goals)

    1980-1981 Sporting Charleroi
    1981-1982 FC Antwerp
    1982-1985 RSC Anderlecht
    1985-1989 Standard Liege
    1989-1994 KV Mechelen
    1994-1996 Germinal Ekeren
    1996-1998 Germinal Beerschot


    Czibor, Zoltan
    *1929, +1997, Hungary, outside left
    43 Caps (17 goals): 1949-1956
    World Cup finals 1954
    Fairs Cup 1960

    Ferencvaros Budapest
    EDOSZ
    SC Csepel
    Honved Budapest
    AS Roma
    FC Barcelona


    [​IMG]

    Da Guia, Domingos Antonio (“El Divino Mestre”)
    *1912, +2000, Brazil, center half
    27 Caps (0 goals): 1931-1946
    World Cup finals 1938

    1929-1932 Bangu
    1932-1933 Nacional Montevideo
    1933-1934 Vasco da Gama
    1934-1935 Boca Juniors
    1935-1943 Flamengo
    1943-1947 Corinthians
    1947-1948 Bangu
     
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    Bolzplatz
    Dahlin, Martin („O.J.“)
    *1968, Sweden, forward
    60 Caps (29 goals): 1991-2000
    World Cup finals 1994
    133 Bundesliga appearances (60 goals)

    1987-1991 Malmö FF
    1992-1996 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1996-1997 Roma
    1996-1997 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1997-1998 Blackburn Rovers
    1998-1999 Hamburg SV


    [​IMG]

    Dalglish, Kenneth Mathieson („Kenny“)
    *1951, Scotland, inside forward and midfielder
    102 Caps (30 goals): 1971-1986
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978, 1982
    European Champions Cup 1978, 1981, 1984
    Top Scorer Scotland 1976
    558 league appearances (230 goals)

    1969-1977 Glasgow Celtic
    1977-1988 Liverpool FC


    [​IMG]

    Danilo, Faria Alvim
    *1920, +1996, Brazil, center half
    25 Caps (2 goals): 1945-1953
    World Cup finals 1950
    South American Champion 1949

    1939-1942 America Rio de Janeiro
    1942-1943 Canto do Rio de Janeiro
    1944-1945 America Rio de Janeiro
    1946-1954 Vasco da Gama
    1955-1956 Botafogo


    Danner, Dietmar
    *1950, (West) Germany, midfielder
    6 Caps (0 goals): 1973-1976
    UEFA Cup 1975, 1979
    198 Bundesliga appearances (27 goals)

    1971-1980 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1980-1981 Schalke 04


    Daraselia, Vitaly
    *1957, +1982, Soviet Union (Georgia), midfielder
    22 Caps (3 goals): 1978-1982
    World Cup finals 1982
    European Cup II 1981

    Dinamo Tblisi


    Dasaev, Rinat
    *1957, Soviet Union, goalkeeper
    94 Caps: 1979-1990
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986, 1990
    Europe’s Best Keeper 1982, 1983, 1985, 1988
    394 league appearances

    1977-1988 Spartak Moscow
    1988-1991 FC Sevilla


    De Agostini, Luigi
    *1961, Italy, midfielder
    36 Caps (4 goals): 1987-1991
    World Cup finals 1990
    UEFA Cup 1990

    1978-1982 Udinese
    1982-1983 Catanzaro
    1983-1986 Udinese
    1986-1987 Hellas Verona
    1987-1992 Juventus
    1992-1993 Internazionale
    1992-1995 AC Reggiana


    De Boer, Franciscus (“Frank”)
    *1970, Holland, midfielder and center back
    112 Caps (13 goals): 1990-2004
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998
    Champions League 1995
    UEFA Cup 1992
    Intercontinental Cup 1995

    1988-1998 Ajax Amsterdam
    1998-2003 FC Barcelona
    2003-2004 Galatasaray
    2003-2004 Glasgow Rangers
    2004-2005 Al-Rayyan


    De Boer,Ronaldus
    *1970, Holland, midfielder
    67 Caps (13 goals): 1993-2003
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998
    Champions League 1995
    Intercontinental Cup 1995
    347 league appearances (86 goals)

    1987-1991 Ajax Amsterdam
    1991-1994 FC Twente Enschede
    1993-2000 Ajax Amsterdam
    1999-2002 FC Barcelona
    2001-2003 Glasgow Rangers


    De Goey, Eduard Franciscus (“Ed Konijn”)
    *1966, Holland, goalkeeper
    31 Caps: 1991-1998
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998
    European Cup II 1998
    503 league appearances

    1985-1990 Sparta Rotterdam
    1990-1997 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1997-2003 Chelsea FC
    2003-2005 Stoke City (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    De Jong, Theo
    *1947, Holland, midfielder
    15 Caps (3 goals): 1972-1974
    World Cup finals 1974
    UEFA Cup 1974

    1966-1970 Blau-Wit
    1970-1972 NEC Breda
    1972-1977 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1977-1981 Roda Kerkrade
    1981-1983 Seiko Hong Kong
    1983-1984 FC Den Bosch


    [​IMG]

    De Kock, Johan
    *1964, Holland, center back
    13 Caps (0 goals): 1993-1997
    UEFA Cup 1997
    449 league appearances (61 goals)

    1984-1987 FC Groningen
    1987-1994 FC Utrecht
    1994-1996 NAC Breda
    1996-2001 Schalke 04


    de la Torre, Orlando (“Chito”)
    *1943, Peru, center back
    39 Caps (0 goals): 1967-1973
    World Cup finals 1970

    Sporting Cristal


    De Napoli, Fernando
    *1964, Italy, midfielder
    54 Caps (1 goal): 1986-1992
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990
    European Champions Cup 1994
    UEFA Cup 1989

    1983-1986 Avellino
    1986-1992 Napoli
    1992-1994 AC Milan
    1994-1997 Reggiana


    De Sisti, Giancarlo
    *1943, Italy, inside forward and midfielder
    29 Caps (4 goals): 1967-1972
    World Cup finals 1970
    European Champion 1968
    478 Serie A appearances (50 goals)

    1960-1965 AS Roma
    1965-1974 Fiorentina
    1974-1978 AS Roma


    De Sordi, Newton
    *1931, Brazil, right full back
    22 Caps (0 goals): 1955-1961
    World Cup finals 1958 (Champion)

    1949-1952 XV de Piracicaba
    1952-1965 Sao Paulo FC


    De Wolf, Michel
    *1958, Belgium, left full back
    42 Caps (1 goal): 1980-1994
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990, 1994

    KAA Gent
    KV Kortrijk
    RSC Anderlecht


    Deak, Ferenc (“Bamba”)
    *1922, Hungary, center forward
    20 Caps (29 goals): 1946-1949
    Top Scorer Hungary 1946, 1947, 1949
    238 league appearances (305 goals)

    1940-1944 Szentörinci AC (III./II. Division)
    1944-1947 Szentörinci AC
    1947-1950 Ferencvaros Budapest
    1950-1954 Ujpest Dozsa
    1954-1955 Spartacus Budapest (II. Division)
    1955-1957 Egyertertes Budapest (II. Division)
    1957-1958 Siofok (II. Division)


    Dean, William Ralph (“Dixie”)
    *1907, +1980, England, center forward
    16 Caps (18 goals): 1927-1932
    Top Scorer England 1928, 1932
    369 league appearances, 320 goals

    1924-1925 Tranmere Rovers
    1925-1938 Everton FC
    1938-1939 Notts County


    Decker, Karl
    *1921, Austria, inside forward
    8 Caps (8 goals): 1942 (for Germany)
    25 Caps (19 goals): 1945-1952 (for Austria)
    Top Scorer Germany 1943, 1944
    302 league appearances (288 goals)

    1938-1952 FC First Vienna
    1952-1956 Sturm Graz


    [​IMG]

    Degryse, Marc
    *1965, Belgium, forward
    63 Caps (23 goals): 1984-1996
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    543 league appearances (212 goals)

    1983-1989 Club Bruges
    1989-1995 RSC Anderlecht
    1995-1996 Sheffield Wednesday
    1996-1998 PSV Eindhoven
    1998-1999 AA Gent
    1999-2002 Antwerp


    Del Bosque, Vicente
    *1950, Spain, midfielder
    18 Caps (1 goal): 1975-1980

    1971-1972 Cordoba
    1972-1973 CD Castellon
    1973-1984 Real Madrid


    Del Sol, Luis
    *1935, Spain, inside right and half back
    16 Caps (3 goals): 1960-1966
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966
    European Champions Cup 1960
    Intercontinental Cup 1960

    1955-1959 Betis Sevilla
    1959-1962 Real Madrid
    1962-1970 Juventus
    1970-1971 AS Roma


    Demianenko, Anatoli
    *1959, Soviet Union (Ukraine), left full back and center back
    80 Caps (6 goals): 1981-1989
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    European Cup II 1986

    Dynamo Kiev


    Demol, Stéphane
    *1966, Belgium, midfielder
    38 Caps (1 goal): 1986-1991
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990

    1983-1988 RSC Anderlecht
    1988-1989 Bologna
    1989-1990 FC Porto
    1990-1991 FC Toulouse
    1991-1994 Standard Liege
    1993-1994 Cercle Bruges
    1994-1995 Sporting Braga
    1994-1995 Panionios Athens
    1995-1996 FC Lugano
    1996-1998 Toulon


    Dermendjiev, Dinko
    *1941, Bulgaria, midfielder
    58 Caps (19 goals): 1966-1977
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970

    Botev Plovdiv


    Deschamps, Didier
    *1968, France, midfielder
    103 Caps (4 goals): 1989-2000
    World Cup finals 1998 (Champion)
    European Champion 2000
    Champions League 1993, 1996
    Intercontinental Cup 1996
    436 league appearances (17 goals)

    1985-1990 FC Nantes
    1989-1990 Olympique Marseille
    1990-1991 Girondins Bordeaux
    1991-1994 Olympique Marseille
    1994-1999 Juventus
    1999-2000 Chelsea FC
    2000-2001 FC Valencia


    Devrindt, Johan
    *1944, Belgium, center forward
    22 Caps (15 goals): 1964-1975
    World Cup finals 1970
    435 league appearances (174 goals)

    1964-1970 RSC Anderlecht
    1970-1972 PSV Eindhoven
    1972-1974 Club Bruges
    1974-1976 SC Lokeren
    1976-1980 FC Winterslag
    1980-1981 La Louviere (II. Division)
    1981-1982 Tienen (III. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Dewalque, Nicolas
    *1945, Belgium, sweeper
    33 Caps (0 goals): 1967-1975
    World Cup finals 1970
    296 league appearances (15 goals)

    1963-1975 Standard Liege


    [​IMG]

    Deyna, Kazimierz
    *1947, +1989, Poland, inside forward and midfielder
    102 Caps (45 goals): 1968-1978
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978

    1965-1966 LKS Lodz
    1966-1977 Legia Warsaw
    1977-1980 Manchester City
    1981-1987 San Diego Sockers
     
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    Diaz, Ramon Angel
    *1959, Argentina, center forward
    24 Caps (10 goals): 1979-1982
    World Cup finals 1982
    Top Scorer France 1991
    501 league appearances (215 goals)

    1974-1982 River Plate
    1982-1983 SSC Napoli
    1983-1986 US Avellino
    1986-1988 Fiorentina
    1988-1989 Internazionale
    1989-1991 AS Monaco
    1991-1993 River Plate
    1993-1995 Yokohama Marinos


    [​IMG]

    Didi, Valdir Pereira
    *1928, +2001, Brazil, linkman and midfielder
    68 Caps (20 goals): 1952-1962
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958 (Champion), 1962 (Champion)
    European Champions Cup 1960
    349 league appearances (130 goals)

    1947-1948 Madureira
    1949-1955 Fluminense
    1956-1958 Botafogo
    1959-1960 Real Madrid
    1960-1964 Botafogo
    1964-1966 Vera Cruz


    Dienst, Robert („Der Blade“)
    *1928, Austria, center forward
    27 Caps (12 goals): 1949-1957
    World Cup finals 1954
    Top Scorer Austria 1951, 1954, 1957
    340 league appearances (320 goals)

    1943-1948 Floridsdorf AC
    1948-1961 Rapid Vienna
    1961-1962 First SC Schwechat


    Dietz, Bernhard (“Enatz”)
    *1948, (West) Germany, left full back and center back
    53 Caps (0 goals): 1974-1981
    World Cup finals 1978
    European Champion 1980
    495 Bundesliga appearances (77 goals)

    1969-1982 MSV Duisburg
    1982-1987 Schalke 04


    Diogo, Victor Silva Hugo
    *1958, Uruguay, full back
    33 Caps (1 goal): 1979-1986
    World Cup finals 1986
    Copa Libertadores 1982
    Intercontinental Cup 1982

    Penarol


    Di Gennaro, Antonio
    *1958, Italy, midfielder
    15 Caps (4 goals): 1984-1986
    World Cup finals 1986

    1976-1980 Fiorentina
    1980-1981 Perugia
    1981-1988 Hellas Verona
    1988-1991 AS Bari


    Di Livio, Angelo (“Soldatino”)
    *1966, Italy, midfielder
    40 Caps (0 goals): 1995-2002
    World Cup finals 1998, 2002
    European Champions Cup 1996
    Intercontinental Cup 1996

    1985-1986 Reggiana (II. Division)
    1986-1987 Nocerina (II. Division)
    1987-1989 Perugia (II. Division)
    1989-1993 Padova (II. Division)
    1993-1999 Juventus
    1999-2002 Fiorentina
    2002-2004 Fiorentina (III./II. Division)
    2004-2005 Fiorentina


    [​IMG]

    Di Matteo, Roberto
    *1970, Italy, midfielder
    34 Caps (2 goals): 1994-1998
    World Cup finals 1998
    European Cup II 1998

    1988-1991 FC Schaffhausen
    1991-1992 FC Zürich
    1992-1993 FC Aarau
    1993-1996 Lazio
    1996-2002 Chelsea FC


    Di Méco, Eric
    *1963, France, left full back
    23 Caps (0 goals): 1989-1996
    Champions League 1993

    1980-1994 Olympique Marseille
    1994-1997 AS Monaco


    [​IMG]

    Di Stéfano, Alfredo (“Saeta Rubia”)
    *1926, Argentina/Spain, center forward
    6 Caps (6 goals): 1947 (for Argentina)
    31 Caps (23 goals): 1957-1961 (for Spain)
    World Cup finals 1962
    Copa America 1947
    European Champions Cup 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960
    Intercontinental Cup 1960
    Golden Ball Europe 1957, 1959
    Top Scorer Champions Cup 1958, 1962
    Top Scorer Argentina 1947
    Top Scorer Colombia 1951, 1952
    Top Scorer Spain 1954, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959
    521 league appearances (377 goals)

    1945-1946 River Plate
    1946-1947 Huracan
    1947-1949 River Plate
    1949-1953 Millionarios Bogota
    1953-1964 Real Madrid
    1964-1966 Espanol Barcelona


    [​IMG]

    Dirceu, José Guimaraes
    *1952, Brazil, forward
    28 Caps (3 goals): 1972-1986
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978, 1982

    1970-1972 Curitiba
    1972-1976 Botafogo
    1976-1977 Fluminense
    1977-1978 Vasco da Gama
    1978-1979 America de Mexico
    1979-1982 Atletico Madrid
    1982-1983 Hellas Verona
    1983-1984 Napoli
    1984-1985 Ascoli Calcio
    1985-1986 Como Calcio
    1986-1987 US Avellino
    1987-1988 Vasco da Gama
    1988-1989 Miami Sharks (regional)
    1989-1990 Empoli (III. Division)
    1990-1991 Bologna
    1991-1992 Empoli (III. Division)
    1993-1994 Ancara (III. Division)
    1994-1995 Yucatan Mexico


    Djorkaeff, Jean
    *1939, France, right full back
    48 Caps (3 goals): 1964-1972
    World Cup finals 1966

    1958-1966 Olympique Lyon
    1966-1970 Olympique Marseille
    1970-1971 Paris St. Germain (II. Division)
    1971-1972 Paris St. Germain
    1972-1974 FC Paris


    [​IMG]

    Dobias, Karol
    *1947, CSSR (Slovakia), right full back and center back
    67 Caps (6 goals): 1967-1980
    World Cup finals 1970
    European Champion 1976
    344 league appearances (20 goals)

    1965-1967 Banik Handlova
    1967-1977 Spartak Trnava
    1977-1980 Bohemians Prague
    1980-1985 SC Lokeren


    [​IMG]

    Dobrovolski, Igor
    *1967, Soviet Union/Russia, midfielder
    29 Caps (8 goals): 1986-1992 (for Soviet Union/C.I.S.)
    18 Caps (2 goals): 1992-1998 (for Russia)
    World Cup finals 1990

    1984-1996 Dinamo Moscow
    1996-1997 Fortuna Düsseldorf
    1997-1999 Fortuna Düsseldorf (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Dockx, Jean Baptiste (“Papa Doc”)
    *1941, Belgium, midfielder and sweeper
    35 Caps (3 goals): 1967-1975
    World Cup finals 1970
    European Cup II 1976, 1978
    394 league appearances (45 goals)

    1957-1967 KV Mechelen
    1967-1971 Racing White Bruges
    1971-1978 RSC Anderlecht


    [​IMG]

    Domenghini, Angelo (“Mesciani”)
    *1941, Italy, right wing midfielder
    33 Caps (7 goals): 1963-1972
    World Cup finals 1970
    European Champion 1968
    European Champions Cup 1965
    Intercontinental Cup 1964

    1960-1964 Atalanta Bergamo
    1964-1969 Internazionale
    1969-1973 US Cagliari
    1974-1976 AS Roma


    Domergue, Jean-Francois
    *1957, France, left full back
    9 Caps (2 goals): 1984-1987
    European Champion 1984

    1975-1980 Girondins Bordeaux
    1980-1982 OSC Lille
    1982-1983 Olympique Lyon
    1983-1986 FC Toulouse
    1986-1988 Olympique Marseille
    1988-1989 SM Caen


    Donadoni, Roberto
    *1963, Italy, left wing midfielder
    63 Caps (5 goals): 1986-1996
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    European Champions Cup 1989, 1990, 1994
    Intercontinental Cup 1989, 1990
    261 Serie A appearances for Milan (18 goals)

    1981-1984 Atalanta Bergamo (II. Division)
    1984-1986 Atalante Bergamo
    1986-1996 AC Milan
    1996-1997 New York Metro Stars
    1997-1998 AC Milan
    1998-1999 Al-Ittihad


    Dorigo, Anthony Robert (“Tony”)
    *1965, England (Australia), left full back
    15 Caps (0 goals): 1989-1993
    World Cup finals 1990
    469 league appearances in England (18 goals)

    1983-1987 Aston Villa
    1987-1991 Chelsea FC
    1991-1997 Leeds United
    1997-1999 Torino
    1998-2000 Derby County


    Dossena, Giuseppe
    *1958, Italy, midfielder
    38 Caps (1 goal): 1981-1987
    World Cup finals 1982 (Champion)
    European Cup II 1990

    Pistoiese
    Cesena
    Bologna
    Torino
    Udinese (II. Division)
    Sampdoria


    Douglas, Bryan
    *1934, England, outside right
    36 Caps (11 goals): 1958-1963
    World Cup finals 1958, 1962

    1954-1958 Blackburn Rovers (II. Division)
    1958-1966 Blackburn Rovers
    1966-1969 Blackburn Rovers (II. Division)


    Drake, Edward Joseph (“Ted”)
    *1912, +1995, England, center forward
    5 Caps (6 goals): 1935-1938
    Top Scorer England 1935
    168 league appearances for Arsenal (124 goals)

    1931-1934 Southampton FC
    1933-1945 Arsenal FC


    Dremmler, Wolfgang
    *1954, (West) Germany, full back and midfielder
    27 Caps (3 goals): 1981-1984
    World Cup finals 1982
    310 Bundesliga appearances (15 goals)

    1974-1979 Eintracht Braunschweig
    1979-1986 Bayern Munich


    Dropsy, Dominique
    *1951, France, goalkeeper
    17 Caps: 1978-1981
    World Cup finals 1978

    1972-1976 US Valenciennes
    1973-1984 Racing Strasbourg
    1984-1994 Girondins Bordeaux


    Ducadam, Helmuth (“Ducki”)
    *1959, Romania, goalkeeper
    2 Caps: 1982
    European Champions Cup 1986
    Europe’s Best Keeper 1986

    1977-1983 UT Arad
    1983-1987 Steaua Bucarest


    Dumitrache, Florea
    *1948, Romania, center forward
    27 Caps (15 goals): 1968-1974
    World Cup finals 1970
    Top Scorer Romania 1969, 1971

    1965-1978 Dinamo Bucarest


    Dunai, Antal
    *1943, Hungary, center forward
    31 Caps (9 goals): 1969-1973
    Top Scorer Fairs Cup 1969
    Top Scorer Hungary 1967, 1968, 1970
    327 league appearances (203 goals)

    1961-1964 Pecsi Dozsa
    1964-1976 Ujpest Dozsa
    1976-1977 Debreceni Vasutas
    1977-1979 Debreceni Vasutas (II. Division)
    1979-1980 Chinon Indre et Loire (regional)
    1980-1981 1. FC Simmering (II. Division)


    Dunga, Carlos Gaetano Bledorn Verri
    *1963, Brazil, midfielder
    91 Caps (6 goals): 1982-1998
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994 (Champion), 1998
    Copa America 1989, 1997
    358 league appearances (38 goals)

    1983-1984 Internacional
    1984-1985 Corinthians
    1985-1986 Santos FC
    1986-1987 Vasco da Gama
    1987-1988 Pisa
    1988-1993 Fiorentina
    1992-1993 Pescara
    1993-1995 VfB Stuttgart
    1994-1998 Jubilo Iwata
    1998-1999 Internacional


    Dunne, Anthony (“Tony”)
    *1941, Ireland, full back
    33 Caps (0 goals): 1962-1975
    European European Champions Cup 1968
    414 league appearances for United (2 goals)

    1958-1960 Shelbourne
    1960-1973 Manchester United
    1973-1978 Bolton Wanderers (II. Division)
    1978-1979 Bolton Wanderers


    Dusbaba, Johnny
    *1956, Holland, center back
    4 Caps (0 goals): 1977-1978
    European Cup II 1978

    ADO Den Haag
    Ajax Amsterdam
    RSC Anderlecht
    NEC Breda
     
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    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

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    Dzajic, Dragan (“Magic”)
    *1946, Yugoslavia (Serbia), outside left
    85 Caps (23 goals): 1964-1979
    World Cup finals 1974
    585 league appearances (175 goals)

    1963-1974 Red Star Belgrade
    1974-1975 OGC Nice
    1975-1977 SEC Bastia
    1977-1979 Red Star Belgrade


    Eckel, Horst („Windhund“)
    *1932, (West) Germany, right half back
    32 Caps (0 goals): 1952-1958
    World Cup finals 1954 (Champion), 1958

    1950-1961 Kaiserslautern
    1961-1966 Röchling Völklingen (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Eder, Aleixo de Assis
    *1957, Brazil, left wing
    52 Caps (9 goals): 1979-1986
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986

    1975-1976 America Minas Gerais
    1977-1979 Gremio Porto Alegre
    1980-1985 Atletico Minas Gerais
    1984-1985 Internacional Limeira
    1985-1986 Palmeiras
    1986-1987 Santos FC
    1986-1987 Sport Recife
    1987-1988 Botafogo
    1988-1989 Atletico PR
    1988-1989 Ceno Porteno (Paraguay)
    1989-1990 Fenerbahce
    1990-1991 Atletico Minas Gerais
    1991-1992 Union Sao Joao
    1992-1993 Cruzeiro
    1993-1994 Atletico Minas Gerais
    1994-1995 Union Sao Joao


    [​IMG]

    Eder, Norbert
    *1955, (West) Germany, midfielder and center back
    9 Caps (0 goals): 1986
    World Cup finals 1986
    286 Bundesliga appearances (11 goals)

    1973-1978 Nuremberg (II. Division)
    1978-1984 Nuremberg
    1984-1988 Bayern Munich
    1988-1990 FC Zürich


    [​IMG]

    Edevaldo, de Freitas
    *1958, Brazil, center back
    18 Caps (1 goal)
    World Cup finals 1982

    1979-1981 Fluminense
    1981-1983 Internacional RS
    1983-1985 Vasco da Gama
    1985-1986 Sporting Lisboa
    1985-1986 Botafogo
    1986-1987 Bangu
    1987-1988 Villa Nova
    1988-1989 America Rio de Janeiro
    1989-1990 Pouso Alegre
    1990-1991 America Rio de Janeiro
    1990-1991 Castelo
    1991-1992 Portuguesa
    1991-1992 Izabalense
    1992-1993 Portuguesa
    1993-1994 Muniz Freire
    1994-1995 Barra
    1995-1996 Portuguesa
    1996-1997 Mesquita
    1997-1998 Jararepagua


    [​IMG]

    Edinho, Edino Nazareth Filho
    *1955, Brazil, full back and center back
    46 Caps (3 goals): 1977-1986
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982, 1986

    1975-1982 Fluminense
    1982-1987 Udinese Calcio
    1987-1988 Flamengo
    1988-1989 Fluminense
    1989-1990 Gremio


    [​IMG]

    Edu, Jonas Eduardo Americo
    *1949, Brazil, outside left and outside right
    41 Caps (8 goals): 1966-1974
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970 (Champion), 1974

    1965-1976 Santos FC
    1976-1977 Corinthians
    1977-1978 Internacional RS
    1978-1983 Monterrey
    1983-1984 Sao Cristovao
    1984-1985 Nacional AM
    1985-1986 Dom Bosco


    Edström, Ralf
    *1952, Sweden, center forward
    40 Caps (15 goals): 1972-1980
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978
    Top Scorer Sweden 1972

    1969-1970 Degerfors IF
    1970-1973 Atvidaberg FF
    1973-1977 PSV Eindhoven
    1977-1979 IFK Gothenburg
    1979-1981 Standard Liege
    1981-1983 AS Monaco
    1983-1985 Örgryte IS


    [​IMG]

    Edwards, Duncan
    *1936, +1958, England, left half
    18 Caps (5 goals): 1955-1958
    151 league appearances (20 goals)

    1952-1958 Manchester United


    Effenberg, Stefan („Effe“)
    *1968, Germany, midfielder
    35 Caps (5 goals), 1991-1998
    World Cup finals 1994
    European Champions Cup 2001
    Intercontinental Cup 2001
    370 Bundesliga appearances (71 goals)
    30 Serie A appearances (5 goals)

    1987-1990 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1990-1992 Bayern Munich
    1992-1994 Fiorentina
    1994-1998 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1998-2002 Bayern Munich
    2002-2003 VfL Wolfsburg
    2003-2004 Al Arabi


    Eijkelkamp, René Antonius Maria
    *1964, Holland, forward
    6 Caps (0 goals)

    1981-1986 Go Ahead Eagles Deventer
    1986-1990 FC Groningen
    1990-1993 KV Mechelen
    1993-1995 Club Bruges
    1995-1997 PSV Eindhoven
    1997-1999 Schalke 04


    Eilts, Dieter
    *1964, Germany, midfielder
    31 Caps (0 goals): 1993-1997
    European Champion 1996
    European Cup II 1992
    390 Bundesliga appearances (7 goals)

    1985-2002 Werder Bremen


    [​IMG]

    Elkjaer-Larsen, Preben
    *1957, Denmark, forward
    69 Caps (38 goals): 1977-1988
    World Cup finals 1986
    Over 300 league appearances (135 goals)

    1974-1975 Frederiksberg BK
    1975-1976 Vanlöse IF
    1976-1978 Cologne
    1978-1984 SC Lokeren
    1984-1988 Hellas Verona
    1988-1991 Vejle BK


    [​IMG]

    Elstrup, Lars
    *1963, Denmark, forward
    34 Caps (13 goals): 1988-1993
    European Champion 1992
    261 league appearances (89 goals)

    1981-1985 Randers Freja
    1985-1986 Bröndby IF
    1986-1988 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1988-1989 Odense BK
    1989-1991 Luton Town
    1991-1993 Odense BK


    Emmerich, Lothar („Emma“)
    *1941, +2003, (West) Germany, outside left
    5 Caps (2 goals): 1966
    World Cup finals 1966
    European Cup II 1966
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1966
    Top Scorer Germany 1966, 1967
    Top Scorer Belgium 1970
    341 league appearances (209 goals)

    1960-1969 Borussia Dortmund
    1969-1972 Beerschot Antwerpen
    1972-1974 Austria Klagenfurt
    1974-1976 Schweinfurt 05 (II. Division)
    1976-1977 Würzburg 04 (II. Division)
    1977-1978 Kickers Würzburg


    Emmers, Marc
    *1966, Belgium, midfielder
    37 Caps (2 goals): 1988-1994
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    European Cup II 1988

    1983-1986 Thor Waterschei
    1986-1987 Thor Waterschei (II. Division)
    1987-1992 KV Mechelen
    1992-1997 RSC Anderlecht
    1997-1998 Perugia
    1997-1999 FC Lugano


    [​IMG]

    England, Michael („Mike“)
    *1941, Wales, center back
    44 Caps (4 goals): 1962-1975
    UEFA Cup 1972
    465 league appearances (35 goals)

    1959-1966 Blackburn Rovers
    1966-1975 Tottenham Hotspurs
    1975-1976 no club
    1976-1977 Cardiff City
    1977-1981 Seattle Sounders


    Enrique, Hector Adolfo
    *1962, Argentina, midfielder
    8 Caps (0 goals): 1986-1989
    World Cup finals 1986 (Champion)
    Copa Libertatodes 1986
    Intercontinental Cup 1986

    River Plate


    [​IMG]

    Eranio, Stefano
    *1966, Italy, midfielder
    20 Caps (3 goals): 1990-1992
    Champions League 1994
    184 Serie A appearances (11 goals)

    1984-1989 Genoa (II. Division)
    1989-1992 Genoa
    1992-1997 AC Milan
    1997-2002 Derby County
    2002-2003 AC Pro Sesto (regional)


    Erhardt, Herbert („Ertl“)
    *1930, (West) Germany, centre half
    50 Caps (1 goal): 1953-1962
    World Cup finals 1954 (Champion), 1958, 1962

    1948-1962 SpVgg Fürth
    1962-1964 Bayern Munich (II. Division)


    Erico, Arsenio
    *1915, +1977, Paraguay, center forward
    no official caps (he scored 56 goals in 26 unofficial games for Paraguay in 1933-1934)
    Top Scorer Argentina 1937, 1938, 1939
    372 league appearances (331 goals)

    1930-1933 Nacional Asuncion
    1933-1946 Indepediente Avallaneda
    1946-1947 Huracan Buenos Aires
    1947-1949 Nacional Asuncion


    [​IMG]

    Eriksen, John
    *1957, Denmark, center forward
    17 Caps (6 goals): 1981-1988
    World Cup finals 1986
    Top Scorer Denmark 1978, 1979
    Top Scorer Switzerland 1987, 1988
    391 league appearances (256 goals)

    1975-1978 Svendborg (II. Division)
    1978-1979 Odense BK
    1979-1984 Roda Kerkrade
    1984-1985 FC Mulhouse
    1985-1986 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1986-1989 Servette Geneva
    1989-1991 FC Luzern
    1991-1993 Svendborg (II. Division)


    Ettori, Jean-Luc
    *1955, France, goalkeeper
    9 Caps: 1980-1982
    World Cup finals 1982
    602 league appearances

    1977-1992 AS Monaco


    [​IMG]

    Eusebio, Ferreira da Silva
    *1942, Portugal (Mocambique), inside and center forward
    64 Caps (41 goals): 1961-1973
    World Cup finals 1966 (Top Scorer)
    European Champions Cup 1962
    Golden Ball Europe 1965
    Top Scorer Champions Cup 1966, 1968
    Top Scorer Portugal 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1973
    Golden Boot 1968, 1973
    373 league appearances (342 goals)

    1960-1975 Benfica
    1974-1975 Rhode Island Oceaners (II. Division)
    1975-1976 Boston Minutemen
    1975-1976 CF Monterrey
    1976-1977 Toronto Metros Croatia
    1976-1977 SC Beira Mar
    1976-1977 Las Vegas Quicksilver
    1977-1978 Uniao de Tomar (II. Division)


    Evani, Alberigo
    *1963, Italy, midfielder
    15 Caps (0 goals): 1991-1994
    World Cup finals 1994
    European Champions Cup 1989, 1990
    Intercontinental Cup 1989
    353 league appearances (16 goals)

    1980-1981 AC Milan (II. Division)
    1981-1982 AC Milan
    1982-1983 AC Milan (II. Division)
    1983-1993 AC Milan
    1993-1997 Sampsdoria
    1997-1998 Reggiana (II. Division)
    1997-1998 Carranese (II. Division)


    Evaristo, Macedo de Filho
    *1933, Brazil, center forward
    13 Caps (8 goals): 1955-1957
    Fairs Cup 1958, 1960
    Top Scorer Fairs Cup 1959
    131 league appearances for Barcelona (82 goals)

    1950-1952 Madureira Rio de Janeiro
    1953-1957 Flamengo
    1957-1962 FC Barcelona
    1962-1965 Real Madrid
    1965-1967 Flamengo


    [​IMG]

    Everaldo, Marques da Silva
    *1944, +1974, Brazil, left full back
    29 Caps (0 goals): 1969-1972
    World Cup finals 1970 (Champion)

    1965-1974 Gremio Porto Alegre


    [​IMG]

    Facchetti, Giacinto
    *1942, Italy, left full back
    94 Caps (3 goals): 1963-1977
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970, 1974
    European Champion 1968
    European Champions Cup 1964, 1965
    Intercontinental Cup 1964, 1965
    476 Serie A appearances (59 goals)

    1959-1960 US Lecce (II. Division)
    1960-1978 Internazionale


    [​IMG]

    Fahrian, Wolfgang
    *1941, (West) Germany, goalkeeper
    10 Caps: 1962-1964
    World Cup finals 1962

    1959-1963 TSG Ulm 1846
    1963-1964 TSG Ulm 1846 (II. Division)
    1964-1965 Hertha BSC
    1965-1966 Hertha BSC (II. Division)
    1966-1967 TSV 1860 Munich
    1967-1969 Fortuna Düsseldorf (II. Division)
    1969-1973 Fortuna Cologne (II. Division)
    1973-1974 Fortuna Cologne
    1974-1978 Fortuna Cologne (II. Division)


    Falcao, Paulo Roberto
    *1953, Brazil, midfielder
    30 Caps (6 goals): 1972-1986
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986

    1970-1980 Internacional Porto Alegre
    1980-1984 AS Roma
    1984-1986 Vasco da Game
    1986-1989 FC Sao Paulo
     
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    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    Falkenmayer, Ralf
    *1963, (West) Germany, midfielder
    4 Caps (0 goals): 1984-1986
    UEFA Cup 1988
    385 Bundesliga appearances (37 goals)

    1980-1987 Eintracht Frankfurt
    1987-1989 Bayer Leverkusen
    1989-1996 Eintracht Frankfurt


    Fatton, Jacques
    *1925, Switzerland, outside left
    53 Caps (29 goals): 1946-1955
    World Cup finals 1950, 1954
    Top Scorer Switzerland 1949, 1950
    Top Scorer France 1962
    440 league appearances (307 goals)

    1945-1954 Servette Geneva
    1954-1963 Olympique Lyon


    Fazekas, Laszlo (“Kapa”, “Fazek”)
    *1947, Hungary, right wing
    92 Caps (24 goals): 1968-1983
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982
    Top Scorer Hungary 1976, 1978, 1980
    519 league appearances (290 goals)

    1965-1980 Ujpest Dozsa
    1980-1983 Royal Antwerp
    1983-1984 KVV St. Truiden
    1984-1985 KVV St. Truiden (II. Division)


    Fenwick, Terry
    *1959, England, center back
    20 Caps (0 goals): 1984-1988
    World Cup finals 1986
    291 league appearances (31 goals)

    1977-1979 Crystal Palace (II. Division)
    1979-1981 Crystal Palace
    1980-1983 Queens Park Rangers (II. Division)
    1983-1988 Queens Park Rangers
    1987-1991 Tottenham Hotspur
    1990-1991 Leicester City (II. Division)
    1991-1994 Tottenham Hotspur


    Fenyvesi, Dr. Mate
    *1933, Hungary, outside left
    76 Caps (8 goals): 1954-1966
    World Cup finals 1958, 1962, 1966
    Fairs Cup 1965

    1951-1953 Kecskemeti Kinizsi
    1953-1969 Ferencvaros Budapest


    Fernandez, Luis
    *1959, France, midfielder
    60 Caps (6 goals): 1982-1992
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Champion 1984

    1978-1986 Paris St. German
    1986-1989 Racing Club Paris
    1989-1993 AS Cannes


    Ferrara, Ciro
    *1967, Italy, right full back and center back
    49 Caps (0 goals): 1987-2000
    World Cup finals 1990
    Champions League 1996
    UEFA Cup 1989
    Intercontinental Cup 1996
    496 Serie A appearances (27 goals)

    1984-1994 SSC Napoli
    1994-2004 Juventus


    Ferrari, Giovanni
    *1907, +1982, Italy, inside left
    44 Caps (14 goals): 1930-1938
    World Cup finals 1934 (Champion), 1938

    1925-1935 Juventus
    1935-1940 Ambrosiana/Inter
    1940-1943 FC Bologna


    Ferrer, Albert Llopis (“Chapi”)
    *1970, Spain, right full back
    36 Caps (0 goals): 1991-1999
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998
    European Champions Cup 1992
    European Cup II 1998
    298 league appearances (1 goal)

    1989-1990 CD Tenerife
    1990-1998 FC Barcelona
    1998-2003 Chelsea FC


    Ferreri, Jean-Marc
    *1962, France, midfielder
    37 Caps (3 goals): 1982-1990
    European Champion 1984
    Top Scorer Champions Cup 1988

    1980-1986 AJ Auxerre
    1986-1991 Girondins Bordeaux
    1991-1992 AJ Auxerre
    1992-1993 Olympique Marseille
    1993-1994 SV Martigues
    1994-1995 Olympique Marseille (II. Division)
    1995-1996 Olympique Marseille
    1996-1997 Toulon (II. Division)
    1997-1998 FC Zürich
    1998-1999 St. Denis de Leu (III. Division)


    Ferri, Riccardo
    *1963, Italy, center back
    45 Caps (4 goals):1985-1992
    World Cup finals 1990
    UEFA Cup 1991, 1994

    1981-1994 Internazionale
    1994-1996 Sampdoria


    Fichtel, Klaus („Tanne“)
    *1944, (West) Germany, sweeper
    23 Caps (1 goal): 1967-1971
    World Cup finals 1970
    552 Bundesliga appearances (14 goals)

    1965-1981 Schalke 04
    1981-1984 Werder Bremen
    1984-1988 Schalke 04


    [​IMG]

    Figueroa, Elias Brandner
    *1946, Chile, libero
    47 Caps (2 goals): 1966-1982
    World Cup finals 1974, 1982
    Golden Ball South America 1974, 1975, 1976
    577 league appearances (32 goals)

    1964-1966 Valparaiso
    1966-1971 Penarol Montevideo
    1971-1975 Internacional Porto Alegre
    1975-1980 Palestino Santiage de Chile
    1980-1982 Fort Lauderdale Strikers
    1982-1984 Colo Colo Santiago de Chile


    Fillol, Ubaldo Matildo (“El Pato”)
    *1950, Argentina, goalkeeper
    58 Caps: 1974-1985
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978 (Champion), 1982
    South America’s Best Keeper 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1984
    Over 589 league appearances

    1969-1971 AC Quilmes
    1972-1973 Racing Avellaneda
    1973-1983 River Plate
    1982-1983 Argentinos Juniors
    1984-1985 Flamengo
    1985-1986 Atletico Madrid
    1986-1990 Racing Club Buenos Aires


    Finidi, George
    *1971, Nigeria, right wing forward and midfielder
    46 Caps (8 goals)
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998
    Champions League 1995
    Intercontinental Cup 1995
    296 league appearances (68 goals)

    Sharks Port Harcourt
    Calabar Rovers
    1993-1996 Ajax Amsterdam
    1996-2000 Betis Sevilla
    2000-2001 Real Mallorca
    2001-2003 Ipswich Town
    2003-2004 Real Mallorca


    [​IMG]

    Finney, Thomas
    *1923, England, outside left and outside right
    76 (30 goals): 1947-1958
    World Cup finals 1950, 1954, 1958
    433 league appearances (187 goals)

    1940-1960 Preston North End


    Fischer, Klaus
    *1949, (West) Germany, center forward
    45 Caps (32 goals): 1977-1982
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982
    Top Scorer Germany 1976
    535 Bundesliga appearances (268 goals)

    1968-1970 TSV 1860 Munich
    1970-1981 Schalke 04
    1981-1984 Cologne
    1984-1988 VfL Bochum


    Flohe, Heinz
    *1948, (West) Germany, midfielder
    30 Caps (8 goals): 1971-1978
    World Cup finals 1974 (Champion), 1978
    343 Bundesliga appearances (81 goals)

    1966-1979 Cologne
    1979-1980 TSV 1860 Munich


    Flowers, Ronald
    *1934, England, left half back
    49 Caps (10 goals): 1955-1966
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966 (Champion)
    467 league appearances for Wolves (33 goals)

    1950-1965 Wolverhampton Wanderers
    1965-1966 Northampton Town
    1966-1967 Northampton Town (II. Division)


    Foni, Dr. Alfredo
    *1911, +1985, Italy, right full back
    23 Caps (0 goals): 1936-1942
    World Cup finals 1938 (Champion)

    1929-1944 Juventus


    [​IMG]

    Fontaine, Just
    *1933, France (Morocco), inside forward and center forward
    21 Caps (30 goals): 1953-1960
    World Cup finals 1958 (Top Scorer)
    Top Scorer Champions Cup 1959
    Top Scorer France 1958, 1960
    200 league appearances (165 goals)

    1951-1953 U.S.M. Casablanca
    1953-1958 OGC Nice
    1958-1961 Stade Reims


    Förster, Bernd
    *1956, (West) Germany, midfielder and full back
    33 Caps (0 goals): 1979-1984
    World Cup finals 1982
    European Champion 1980
    291 Bundesliga appearances (25 goals)

    1974-1976 Bayern Munich
    1976-1978 Saarbrücken
    1978-1986 VfB Stuttgart


    [​IMG]

    Förster, Karlheinz
    *1958, (West) Germany, center back
    81 Caps (2 goals): 1978-1986
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    European Champion 1980
    375 league appearances (23 goals)

    1977-1986 VfB Stuttgart
    1986-1990 Olympique Marseille


    [​IMG]

    Fouilloux, Alberto
    *1940, Chile, inside forward
    70 Caps (12 goals): 1960-1972
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966

    Universidad Catolica


    [​IMG]

    Foulkes, William (“Bill”)
    *1932, England, center half
    1 Cap (0 goals): 1955
    European Champions Cup 1968
    563 league appearances (7 goals)

    1952-1970 Manchester United


    [​IMG]

    Francescoli, Enzo (“El Principe”)
    *1961, Uruguay, midfielder
    72 Caps (15 goals): 1982-1997
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990
    Copa America 1983, 1985, 1995
    Golden Ball South America 1984, 1995
    Top Scorer Argentina 1984, 1986, 1994
    510 league appearances (198 goals)

    1980-1982 Wanderers Montevideo
    1983-1986 River Plate
    1986-1989 Racing Paris
    1989-1990 Olympique Marseille
    1990-1993 US Cagliari
    1993-1994 AC Torino
    1994-1997 River Plate


    Francillon, Henri
    *1946, Haiti, goalkeeper
    World Cup finals 1974

    Victory Club Port-au-Prince
    TSV 1860 Munich (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Francis, Trevor John
    *1954, England, forward
    52 Caps (12 goals): 1977-1986
    World Cup finals 1982
    European Champions Cup 1980
    403 league appearances in England (148 goals)

    1970-1972 Birmingham City (II. Division)
    1972-1979 Birmingham City
    1978-1979 Detroit
    1978-1982 Nottingham Forest
    1981-1982 Manchester City
    1982-1986 Sampdoria
    1986-1987 Atalanta Bergamo
    1987-1988 Glasgow Rangers
    1987-1990 Queens Park Rangers
    1989-1990 Sheffield Wednesday
    1990-1991 Sheffield Wednesday (II. Division)
    1991-1994 Sheffield Wednesday


    Friaca, Albino Cardoso
    *1924, Brazil, outside right
    12 Caps (1 goal): 1947-1952
    World Cup finals 1950
    Top Scorer Brazil (S.P.) 1949

    1944-1949 Vasco da Gama
    1949-1951 FC Sao Paulo
    1951-1954 Vasco da Gama
    1954-1955 Ponte Preta


    Friedenreich, Arthur (“El Tigre”)
    *1892, +1969, Brazil, center forward
    22 Caps (10 goals): 1914-1935
    Copa America 1919, 1923
    Top Scorer Brazil (S.P.) 1912, 1914, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1921, 1927, 1929
    Scorer of 1,329 goals

    1909-1910 FC Germania
    1910-1911 Ipiranga Bahia
    1911-1912 FC Germania
    1912-1913 Mackenzie
    1913-1914 Americano Sao Paulo
    1913-1915 Ipiranga Bahia
    1915-1916 Paysandu
    1916-1917 Ipiranga Bahia
    1917-1930 Paulistas Sao Paulo
    1930-1935 Sao Paulo
     
  16. Gregoriak

    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    Friman, Per
    *1962, Denmark, midfielder
    17 Caps (1 goal): 1983-1989
    UEFA Cup 1983
    World Cup finals 1986

    AGF
    RSC Anderlecht
    Bröndby IF


    Furino, Giuseppe
    *1946, Italy, midfielder
    3 Caps (0 goals): 1970-1974
    World Cup finals 1970
    UEFA Cup 1977
    European Cup II 1984
    361 league appearances (15 goals)

    1966-1967 Savona (II. Division)
    1967-1969 Palermo (III. Division)
    1969-1984 Juventus


    Fuser, Diego
    *1968, Italy, midfielder
    25 Caps (3 goals): 1993-2000
    European Champions Cup 1990
    UEFA Cup 1999
    373 Serie A appearances (70 goals)

    1986-1989 Fiorentina
    1989-1990 AC Milan
    1990-1991 Fiorentina
    1991-1992 AC Milan
    1992-1998 Lazio
    1998-2001 AC Parma
    2001-2003 Roma
    2003-2004 Torino


    Fusté, José Maria Blanch
    *1946, Spain, inside left
    8 Caps (3 goals): 1964-1969
    World Cup finals 1966
    European Champion 1964
    Fairs Cup 1966

    1963-1972 FC Barcelona


    Futre, Paulo Jorge dos Santos
    *1966, Portugal, left wing
    41 Caps (6 goals): 1983-1995
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Champions Cup 1987

    1983-1984 Sporting Lisboa
    1984-1987 FC Porto
    1987-1989 Atletico Madrid
    1989-1993 Benfica
    1993-1994 Olympique Marseille
    1994-1995 Reggiana
    1995-1996 AC Milan
    1996-1997 West Ham United
    1997-1998 Atletico Madrid
    1998-1999 Yokohama Flugels


    [​IMG]

    Gadocha, Robert
    *1946, Poland, left wing
    66 Caps (20 goals): 1967-1975
    World Cup finals 1974

    1965-1966 Wawel Krakow
    1966-1975 Legia Warsaw
    1975-1978 FC Nantes
    1978-1979 Chicago Stings
    1979-1981 Hellions Hartford (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Galderisi, Giuseppe
    *1963, Italy, midfielder
    10 Caps (0 goals): 1985-1986
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Champions Cup 1990

    1980-1983 Juventus
    1983-1986 Hellas Verona
    1986-1987 AC Milan
    1987-1988 Lazio
    1988-1989 Hellas Verona
    1989-1990 AC Milan
    1989-1995 Padova
    1995-1996 New England Revolution
    1996-1997 Tampa Bay Mutiny


    [​IMG]

    Galic, Milan
    *1938, Yugoslavia (Serbia), forward
    51 Caps (37 goals): 1959-1965
    World Cup finals 1962
    281 league appearances (165 goals)

    1956-1966 Partizan Belgrade
    1966-1970 Standard Liege
    1970-1972 Stade Reims


    [​IMG]

    Gallacher, Hugh Kilpatrick (“Hughie”)
    *1903, +1957, Scotland, center forward
    20 Caps (24 goals): 1924-1935
    466 league appearances (336 goals)

    1921-1925 Airdrieonians FC
    1925-1930 Newcastle United
    1930-1934 Chelsea FC
    1934-1936 Derby County
    1936-1938 Notts County (III. Division)
    1937-1938 Grimsby Town
    1938-1939 Gateshead FC (III. Division)


    Gallego, Americo Ruben (“Tolo”)
    *1955, Argentina, midfielder
    73 Caps (3 goals): 1975-1982
    World Cup finals 1978 (Champion), 1982
    Copa Libertadores 1986
    Intercontinental Cup 1986
    404 league appearances (34 goals)

    1972-1981 Newell’s Old Boys
    1981-1988 River Plate


    Gallego, Ricardo Redondo
    *1959, Spain, midfielder
    42 Caps (2 goals): 1982-1988
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    UEFA Cup 1985, 1986

    1980-1989 Real Madrid
    1989-1990 Udinese Calcio


    Galli, Giovanni
    *1958, Italy, goalkeeper
    19 Caps: 1983-1986
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    European Champions Cup 1989, 1990
    Intercontinental Cup 1989

    1976-1986 Fiorentina
    1986-1990 AC Milan
    1990-1993 SSC Napoli
    1993-1994 Torino
    1994-1996 AC Parma
    1995-1996 Lucchese (II. Division)


    Galvan, Luis Adolfo
    *1948, Argentina, center back
    34 Caps (0 goals): 1975-1982
    World Cup finals 1978 (Champion), 1982
    Copa Libertadores 1973, 1974, 1975
    Intercontinental Cup 1973

    Talleres Cordoba
    Loma Negra
    Belgrano de Cordoba
    Central Norte de Salta


    Garre, Oscar Alfredo
    *1956, Argentina, full back
    41 Caps (0 goals): 1983-1988
    World Cup finals 1986 (Champion)

    Ferro Carril Oeste

    [​IMG]

    Garrincha, Manoel Francisco dos Santos
    *1933, +1983, Brazil, outside right
    50 Caps (12 goals): 1955-1966
    World Cup finals 1958 (Champion), 1962 (Champion, Top Scorer), 1966
    249 league appearances (82 goals)

    1953-1965 Botafogo
    1966-1967 Corinthians
    1967-1968 Junior Baranquilla
    1968-1969 Flamengo
    1971-1972 Olaria Rio de Janeiro


    [​IMG]

    Gascoigne, Paul John (“Gazza”)
    +1967, England, midfielder
    57 Caps (10 goals): 1988-1998
    World Cup finals 1990, 1998
    372 league appearances (81 goals)

    1984-1988 Newcastle United
    1988-1992 Tottenham Hotspur
    1992-1995 Lazio
    1995-1998 Glasgow Rangers
    1997-2000 Middlesborough
    2000-2002 Everton FC
    2002-2003 Burnley FC
    2002-2003 Gansa Tianma
    2003-2004 Boston United


    Geels, Geertruida Maria (“Ruud”)
    +1948, Holland, center forward and midfielder
    20 Caps (11 goals): 1974-1981
    World Cup finals 1974
    European Champions Cup 1970
    Top Scorer UEFA Cup 1976
    Top Scorer Holland 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1981
    483 league appearances (318 goals)

    1965-1966 Telstar Velsen
    1966-1970 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1970-1972 Go Ahead Deventer
    1972-1974 Club Bruges
    1974-1978 Ajax Amsterdam
    1978-1979 RSC Anderlecht
    1979-1981 Sparta Rotterdam
    1981-1982 PSV Eindhoven
    1982-1984 NAC Breda


    [​IMG]

    Gemmell, Thomas („Tommy“)
    *1943, Scotland, left/right full back
    18 Caps (1 goal): 1966-1971
    European Champions Cup 1967
    418 games for Celtic (64 goals)

    1961-1971 Glasgow Celtic
    1971-1972 Nottingham Forest
    1972-1973 Nottingham Forest (II. Division)
    1973-1977 Dundee United


    [​IMG]

    Gemmill, Archibald (“Archie”)
    *1947, Scotland, midfielder
    43 Caps (8 goals): 1971-1981
    World Cup finals 1978
    European Champions Cup 1979
    442 league appearances for Derby, Forest and City (33 goals)

    1965-1967 St. Mirren
    1967-1971 Preston North End (II./III. Division)
    1970-1978 Derby County
    1977-1979 Nottingham Forest
    1979-1980 Birmingham City (II. Division)
    1980-1982 Birmingham City
    1981-1982 Jacksonville
    1982-1983 Wigan Athletic (III. Division)
    1982-1984 Derby County


    Genghini, Bernard
    *1958, France, midfielder
    27 Caps (6 goals): 1980-1986
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    European Champion 1984

    1976-1982 FC Sochaux
    1982-1982 AS St. Etienne
    1982-1986 AS Monaco
    1986-1987 Servette Geneva
    1987-1988 Olympique Marseille


    Gentile, Claudio
    *1953, Italy, right full back
    71 Caps (1 goal): 1975-1984
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982 (Champion)
    European Cup II 1984
    UEFA Cup 1977
    353 Serie A appearances (9 goals)

    1970-1971 Varese
    1971-1972 Arona
    1972-1973 Varese
    1973-1984 Juventus


    Gento, Lopez Francisco (“Paco”)
    *1933, Spain, outside left
    43 Caps (5 goals): 1955-1969
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966
    European Champions Cup 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966
    Intercontinental Cup 1960
    761 league appearances for Real (253 goals)

    1949-1951 Nueva Montana
    1951-1953 Real Santander
    1953-1971 Real Madrid


    [​IMG]

    Georgescu, Dudu
    *1950, Romania, center forward
    40 Caps (21 goals): 1973-1984
    Golden Boot 1975, 1977
    Top Scorer Romania 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978
    370 league appearances (252 goals)

    1969-1970 Progresul Bucarest (II. Division)
    1970-1971 Progresul Bucarest
    1971-1972 CSM Resita (II. Division)
    1972-1973 CSM Resita
    1973-1983 Dinamo Bucarest
    1983-1984 SC Bacau
    1984-1986 Gloria Buzau
    1986-1987 Flacara Moreni
    1987-1988 ARO Campulung Muscel (III. Division)
    1988-1989 Unirea Urziceni (III. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Gerets, Eric
    *1954, Belgium, right full back
    86 Caps (2 goals): 1975-1991
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986, 1990
    European Champions Cup 1988
    543 league appearances (32 goals)

    1971-1983 Standard Liege
    1983-1984 AC Milan
    1984-1985 MVV Maastricht
    1985-1992 PSV Eindhoven


    Germano, de Figueiredo
    *1933, Portugal, centre half
    24 Caps (0 goals): 1953-1966
    World Cup finals 1966
    European Champions Cup 1961, 1962

    1950-1960 Atletico Lisboa
    1960-1970 Benfica


    [​IMG]

    Gerson, Nunes de Oliveira
    *1941, Brazil, linkman and midfielder
    70 Caps (14 goals): 1961-1972
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970 (Champion)

    1959-1963 Flamengo
    1964-1969 Botafogo
    1969-1970 FC Sao Paulo
    1970-1971 Botafogo
    1971-1972 FC Sao Paulo
    1972-1975 Fluminense


    Gestido, Alvaro
    *1907, +1957, Uruguay, left half back
    20 Caps (0 goals): 1927-1940
    World Cup finals 1930 (Champion)

    1924-1944 Penarol


    Ghezzi, Giorgio (“Kamikaze”)
    *1930, +1990, Italy, goalkeeper
    6 Caps: 1954-1961
    World Cup finals 1954
    European Champions Cup 1963

    1951-1958 Internazionale
    1958-1959 Genoa
    1959-1966 AC Milan


    [​IMG]

    Ghiggia, Alcide Eduardo
    *1926, Uruguay/Italy, outside right
    12 Caps (5 goals): 1950-1952 (for Uruguay)
    8 Caps (1 goal): 1957-1959 (for Italy)
    World Cup finals 1950 (Champion)

    Penarol Montevideo
    AS Roma


    Giannini, Giuseppe
    *1964, Italy, midfielder
    47 Caps (6 goals): 1986-1991
    World Cup finals 1990

    1981-1996 Roma
    1996-1997 Sturm Graz
    1997-1998 SSC Napoli
    1997-1999 US Lecce (II. Division)
     
  17. Gregoriak

    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    [​IMG]

    Gil, Gilberto Alves
    *1950, Brazil, forward
    30 Caps (8 goals): 1976-1978
    World Cup finals 1978

    1970-1971 Cruzeiro
    1971-1972 Vila Nova
    1972-1973 Comercial MT
    1973-1977 Fluminense
    1977-1980 Botafogo
    1979-1980 Corinthians
    1980-1982 Murcia (Spain)
    1982-1983 Curitiba
    1983-1986 Farense (Portugal)


    [​IMG]

    Giles, Johnny
    *1940, Ireland, inside right and midfielder
    59 Caps (5 goals): 1960-1979
    Fairs Cup 1968, 1971
    555 league appearances (99 goals)

    1957-1963 Manchester United
    1963-1964 Leeds United (II. Division)
    1964-1975 Leeds United
    1975-1976 West Bromwich Albion (II. Division)
    1976-1977 West Bromwich Albion


    Gillhaus, Hans
    *1963, Holland, forward
    9 Caps (2 goals): 1987-1994
    World Cup finals 1990
    European Champion 1988
    European Champions Cup 1988

    PSV Eindhoven
    Aberdeen FC
    FC Den Bosch


    [​IMG]

    Gilmar, Neves dos Santos
    *1930, Brazil, goalkeeper
    94 Caps: 1953-1969
    World Cup finals 1958 (Champion), 1962 (Champion), 1966
    Copa Libertadores 1962, 1963
    Intercontinental Cup 1962, 1963

    1948-1951 Jabaquara
    1951-1961 Corinthians
    1961-1969 Santos FC


    [​IMG]

    Gilzean, Alan John (“Gilly”)
    *1938, Scotland, center forward
    22 Caps (12 goals): 1963-1971
    UEFA Cup 1972
    Top Scorer Scotland 1962, 1964
    477 league appearances (207 goals)

    1959-1964 Dundee United
    1964-1973 Tottenham Hotspur
    1973-1974 Highland Park (South Africa)


    [​IMG]

    Ginola, David
    *1967, France, midfielder
    17 Caps (3 goals): 1990-1995
    496 league appearances (75 goals)

    1985-1988 Toulon
    1988-1989 Matra Racing Club Paris
    1989-1990 RC Paris
    1990-1993 Brest
    1992-1995 Paris St. Germain
    1995-1997 Newcastle United
    1997-2000 Tottenham Hotspur
    2000-2002 Aston Villa
    2001-2002 Everton FC


    Giresse, Alain (“Giggi”)
    *1952, France, midfielder
    47 Caps (6 goals): 1974-1986
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    European Champion 1984
    Top Scorer UEFA Cup 1983
    519 league appearances (163 goals)

    1970-1986 Girondins Bordeaux
    1986-1987 Olympique Marseille


    Giusti, Ricardo Omar
    *1956, Argentina, midfielder
    56 Caps (0 goals): 1983-1990
    World Cup finals 1986 (Champion), 1990
    Copa Libertadores 1984
    Intercontinental Cup 1984

    Union Santa Fé
    Argentinos Juniors
    Newell’s Old Boys
    Indepediente


    Glovacki, Léon
    *1928, France, inside right
    11 Caps (3 goals): 1953-1955
    World Cup finals 1954
    Top Scorer Champions Cup 1956
    133 league appearances for Reims

    Douai
    AC Troyes
    Stade Reims (1952-1957, 1960-1962)


    Goldbrunner, Ludwig (“Lutte”)
    *1908, +1981, Germany, center half
    39 Caps (0 goals): 1933-1940
    World Cup finals 1938

    1927-1944 Bayern Munich


    Gomes, Fernando Mendes Soares
    *1956, Portugal, forward
    48 Caps (13 goals): 1975-1988
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Champions Cup 1987
    Golden Boot 1985
    Top Scorer Portugal 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1985
    432 league appearances (330 goals)

    1974-1980 FC Porto
    1980-1982 Sporting Gijon
    1982-1989 FC Porto
    1989-1991 Sporting Lisboa


    Gordillo, Rafael Vazquez
    *1957, Spain, midfielder
    75 Caps (3 goals): 1975-1988
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    UEFA Cup 1986

    1977-1985 Betis Sevilla
    1985-1992 Real Madrid
    1992-1995 Betis Sevilla


    [​IMG]

    Gorgon, Jerzy
    *1947, Poland, center back
    60 Caps (6 goals): 1970-1978
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978

    1966-1967 Mikulczyce (II. Division)
    1967-1980 Gornik Zabrze
    1980-1983 FC St. Gallen


    Göröcs, Janos
    *1939, Hungary, inside forward
    62 Caps (19 goals): 1958-1970
    World Cup finals 1962
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1962

    1957-1968 Dosza Ujpest
    1969-1972 Banyasz Tatabanya


    Goycochea, Sergio Javier
    *1963, Argentina, goalkeeper
    44 Caps: 1987-1994
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    South American Champion 1991, 1993

    1983-1988 River Plate
    1988-1990 Millionarios Bogota
    1990-1991 Racing
    1990-1991 Stade Brest
    1991-1992 Cero Porteno
    1992-1993 Olimpia Asuncion
    1993-1994 River Plate
    1994-1995 Mandiyu
    1995-1996 Internacional (Brazil)
    1996-1997 Velez Sarsfield
    1997-1998 Newell’s Old Boys


    Grabowski, Jürgen („Grabi“)
    *1944, (West) Germany, right/left wing and midfielder
    44 Caps (5 goals): 1966-1974
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970, 1974 (Champion)
    European Champion 1972
    UEFA Cup 1980
    441 Bundesliga appearances (109 goals)

    1964-1980 Eintracht Frankfurt


    Grahn, Ove
    *1943, Sweden, forward
    45 Caps (10 goals): 1962-1976
    World Cup finals 1970, 1974

    1960-1970 Elfsborg Boras
    1970-1971 Grasshoppers
    1971-1973 Lausanne Sports
    1973-1975 Grasshoppers
    1975-1977 Örgryte


    [​IMG]

    Gray, Andrew (“Andy”)
    *1955, Scotland, forward
    20 Caps (7 goals): 1976-1985
    European Cup II 1985
    Top Scorer Scotland 1975
    Top Scorer England 1977
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1985
    378 league appearances (137 goals)

    1973-1975 Dundee United
    1975-1976 Dundee United
    1975-1980 Aston Villa
    1979-1982 Wolverhampton Wanderers
    1982-1983 Wolverhampton Wanderers (II. Division)
    1983-1984 Wolverhampton Wanderers
    1983-1985 Everton FC
    1985-1987 Aston Villa
    1987-1988 Aston Villa (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Gray, Edward (“Eddie”)
    *1948, Scotland, winger
    12 Caps (3 goals): 1969-1977
    Fairs Cup 1968, 1971
    429 league appearances (52 goals)

    1964-1982 Leeds United
    1982-1984 Leeds United (II. Division)


    Gray, Frank
    *1954, Scotland, left full back
    32 Caps (1 goal): 1976-1983
    World Cup finals 1982
    311 league appearances (22 goals)

    1972-1982 Leeds United
    1982-1985 Leeds United (II. Division)


    Graziani, Francesco
    *1952, Italy, center forward
    64 Caps (23 goals): 1975-1983
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982 (Champion)
    Top Scorer Italy 1977
    353 Serie A appearances (130 goals)

    1970-1973 US Arezzo (II. Division)
    1973-1981 Torino
    1981-1983 Fiorentina
    1983-1986 Roma
    1986-1987 Udinese
    1987-1988 Udinese (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Greaves, James Peter (“Greavsie”)
    *1940, England, inside right
    57 Caps (44 goals): 1959-1967
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966 (Champion)
    European Cup II 1963
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1963
    Top Scorer England 1959, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1969
    527 league appearances (366 goals)

    1957-1961 Chelsea FC
    1961-1962 AC Milan
    1961-1970 Tottenham Hotspur
    1969-1971 West Ham United


    Greenhoff, Brian
    *1953, England, center back and midfielder
    18 Caps (0 goals): 1976-1980
    252 league appearances (10 goals)

    1970-1974 Manchester United
    1974-1975 Manchester United (II. Division)
    1974-1979 Manchester United
    1979-1982 Leeds United
    1983-1984 Rochdale (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Greenhoff, James (“Jimmy”)
    *1946, England, forward
    Fairs Cup 1968
    461 league appearances (123 goals)

    1962-1964 Leeds United (II. Division)
    1964-1969 Leeds United
    1968-1969 Birmingham City (II. Division)
    1969-1977 Stoke City
    1976-1981 Manchester United


    [​IMG]

    Gregg, Harold (“Harry”)
    *1933, Northern Ireland, goalkeeper
    25 Caps: 1954-1963
    World Cup finals 1958
    Europe’s Best Keeper 1958

    1951-1957 Doncaster Rovers
    1957-1967 Manchester United
    1967-1968 Stoke City


    [​IMG]

    Greig, John
    *1942, Scotland, right half and center back
    44 Caps (3 goals): 1964-1976
    European Cup II 1972
    496 league appearances

    1961-1978 Glasgow Rangers


    [​IMG]

    Gren, Gunnar (“Il Professore”)
    *1921, +1991, Sweden, inside right
    57 Caps (32 goals): 1940-1958
    World Cup finals 1958
    Top Scorer Sweden 1948

    1939-1948 IFK Gothenburg
    1948-1949 Örgryte
    1949-1952 AC Milan
    1952-1954 Fiorentina
    1954-1956 FC Genoa
    1956-1957 Örgryte (II. Division)
    1957-1959 Örgryte
    1959-1964 GAIS Gothenburg (II. Division)


    Grip, Roland
    *1941, Sweden, sweeper and full back
    55 Caps ( goals): 1968-1974
    World Cup finals 1970, 1974

    AIK Solna
    IK Sirius FK


    [​IMG]

    Grobbelaar, Bruce
    *1957, Zimbabwe, goalkeeper
    European Champions Cup 1984
    476 league appearances

    1979-1980 Crewe (IV. Division)
    1980-1981 Vancouver Whitecaps
    1981-1994 Liverpool FC
    1993-1994 Stoke City
    1994-1996 Southampton FC


    Groh, Jürgen
    *1956, (West) Germany, midfielder and center back
    2 Caps (0 goals): 1979-1983
    European Champions Cup 1983
    351 Bundesliga appearances (7 goals)

    1976-1980 Kaiserslautern
    1980-1985 Hamburg SV
    1985-1989 Kaiserslautern
     
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    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    [​IMG]

    Groot, Henk
    *1938, Holland, inside forward
    39 Caps (12 goals): 1960-1969
    Top Scorer Holland 1960, 1961
    279 league appearances (194 goals)

    1959-1963 Ajax Amsterdam
    1963-1965 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1965-1969 Ajax Amsterdam


    [​IMG]

    Grosics, Gyula (“Fakete Parduc” = “Black Panther”)
    *1926, Hungary, goalkeeper
    86 Caps: 1947-1962
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958, 1962
    390 league appearances

    1945-1947 Dogogi Banyasz
    1947-1950 Mateosz Budapest
    1950-1956 Honved Budapest
    1956-1962 Tatabanya Banyasz


    Grun, Georges
    *1962, Belgium, center back and midfielder
    77 Caps (6 goals): 1984-1995
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990, 1994
    European Cup II 1993

    RSC Anderlecht
    AC Parma


    Gschweidl, Friedrich
    *1901, +1970, Austria, inside right
    44 Caps (11 goals): 1924-1935
    World Cup finals 1934
    774 games for Vienna FC

    1919-1920 Strebersdorf (III. Division)
    1920-1923 Bewegung XX Vienna (II. Division)
    1923-1948 First Vienna FC


    Guarneri, Aristide
    *1938, Italy, center back
    21 Caps (1 goal): 1963-1968
    World Cup finals 1966
    European Champion 1968
    European Champions Cup 1964, 1965
    Intercontinental Cup 1964, 1965

    1958-1967 Internazionale
    1967-1969 Bologna
    1969-1970 Internazionale


    [​IMG]

    Gudelj, Ivan
    *1960, Yugoslavia (Croatia), midfielder and full back
    33 Caps (2 goals): 1980-1986
    World Cup finals 1982

    1977-1986 Hajduk Split


    [​IMG]

    Gullit, Ruud
    *1962, Holland, forward and midfielder
    66 Caps (17 goals): 1981-1994
    World Cup finals 1990
    European Champion 1988
    European Champions Cup 1989, 1990
    Intercontinental Cup 1990
    418 league appearances (159 goals)

    1981-1982 HFC Haarlem
    1982-1985 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1985-1987 PSV Eindhoven
    1987-1993 AC Milan
    1993-1994 Sampdoria
    1994-1995 AC Milan
    1994-1995 Sampdoria
    1995-1998 Chelsea FC


    Gustafsson, Bengt (“Julle”)
    *1928, Sweden, center half
    57 Caps (0 goals): 1951-1963
    World Cup finals 1958

    Atvidaberg FF
    Atalanta Bergamo


    Haan, Arendt (“Arie”)
    *1948, Holland, sweeper and midfielder
    35 Caps (6 goals): 1972-1980
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978
    European Champions Cup 1971, 1972, 1973
    European Cup II 1976, 1978
    Intercontinental Cup 1972
    264 league appearances (47 goals)

    1969-1975 Ajax Amsterdam
    1975-1981 RSC Anderlecht
    1981-1983 Standard Liege
    1983-1984 PSV Eindhoven
    1984-1985 Seiko Hong Kong


    Hadzibegic, Faruk
    *1957, Yugoslavia (Bosnia), sweeper and full back
    61 Caps (5 goals): 1982-1992
    World Cup finals 1990

    1980-1985 FC Sarajevo
    1985-1987 Betis Sevilla
    1987-1990 FC Sochaux


    Hagi, Gheorghe
    *1965, Romania, midfielder
    125 Caps (35 goals): 1983-2000
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994, 1998
    UEFA Cup 2000
    Top Scorer European Champions Cup 1988
    Top Scorer Romania 1985, 1986
    454 league appearances (231 goals)

    1982-1983 Farul Constanta
    1983-1986 Sportul Studentesc Bucarest
    1987-1990 Steaua Bucarest
    1990-1992 Real Madrid
    1992-1994 Brescia
    1994-1996 FC Barcelona
    1996-2000 Galatasaray


    Halilhodzic, Vahid
    *1952, Yugoslavia (Bosnia), center forward
    15 Caps (8 goals): 1976-1985
    World Cup finals 1982
    Top Scorer France 1983, 1985
    444 league appearances (233 goals)

    1971-1981 Turbina Jablanica
    1981-1986 FC Nantes
    1986-1987 Paris St. Germain


    Haller, Helmut („il Biondo“)
    *1939, (West) Germany, inside right
    33 Caps (13 goals): 1958-1970
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966, 1970

    1956-1962 FC Augsburg
    1962-1968 Bologna
    1968-1973 Juventus
    1973-1976 FC Augsburg (II. Division)
    1976-1978 BSV Schwenningen (III. Division)
    1978-1979 FC Augsburg (III. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Hamrin, Kurt (“Kurre”)
    *1934, Sweden, outside right
    32 Caps (17 goals): 1953-1965
    World Cup finals 1958
    European Champions Cup 1969
    European Cup II 1961, 1968
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1961
    Top Scorer Sweden 1955
    462 league appearances (244 goals)

    1952-1956 AIK Stockholm
    1956-1957 Juventus
    1957-1958 AC Padua
    1958-1967 Fiorentina
    1967-1969 AC Milan
    1969-1971 SSC Napoli
    1971-1972 IFK Stockholm (II. Division)


    Hanappi, Gerhard (“Gschropp”)
    *1929, +1980, Austria, allround field player (played in nine positions)
    93 Caps (12 goals): 1948-1962
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958
    333 league appearances for Rapid (113 goals)

    1947-1950 Wacker Vienna
    1950-1965 Rapid Vienna


    [​IMG]

    Hansen, Alan
    *1955, Scotland, center back
    26 Caps (0 goals): 1979-1987
    World Cup finals 1982
    European Champions Cup 1978, 1981, 1984
    469 league appearances (12 goals)

    1973-1976 Partick Thistle (II. Division)
    1976-1977 Partick Thistle
    1977-1990 Liverpool FC


    Hansen, John (“Lange John”)
    *1924, Denmark, inside left
    8 Caps (10 goals): 1948
    Top Scorer Denmark 1948
    Top Scorer Italy 1952
    308 league appearances (233 goals)

    1943-1948 BK Frem Copenhagen
    1948-1954 Juventus
    1954-1955 Lazio
    1957-1960 BK Frem Copenhagen


    [​IMG]

    Hansen, John (“Johnny”)
    *1943, Denmark, right full back
    45 Caps (3 goals): 1965-1978
    European Champions Cup 1974, 1975, 1976
    185 Bundesliga appearances (7 goals)

    1961-1968 Vejle BK
    1968-1969 Nuremberg
    1969-1970 Nuremberg (II. Division)
    1970-1976 Bayern Munich
    1976-1979 Vejle BK


    [​IMG]

    Hapgood, Edris (“Eddie”)
    *1908, +1973, England, left full back
    30 Caps (0 goals): 1933-1939
    393 league appearances

    1927-1943 Arsenal FC


    Happel, Ernst („Grantler“)
    *1925, +1992, Austria, center half and full back
    51 Caps (5 goals): 1947-1958
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958

    1943-1954 Rapid Vienna
    1954-1956 Racing Club Paris
    1956-1959 Rapid Vienna


    [​IMG]

    Hartwig, William (“Jimi”)
    *1954, (West) Germany, midfielder
    2 Caps (0 goals): 1979
    European Champions Cup 1983
    244 Bundesliga appearances (63 goals)

    1973-1974 VfL Osnabrück (II. Division)
    1973-1974 Kickers Offenbach
    1974-1977 TSV 1860 Munich (II. Division)
    1977-1978 TSV 1860 Munich
    1978-1984 Hamburg SV
    1984-1986 Cologne
    1985-1986 SV Salzburg
    1986-1988 FC Homburg


    [​IMG]

    Harvey, David
    *1948, Scotland, goalkeeper
    16 Caps: 1973-1977
    World Cup finals 1974
    Fairs Cup 1968, 1971
    278 league appearances

    1965-1980 Leeds United
    1980-1982 Vancouver Whitecaps
    1982-1985 Leeds United (II. Division)
    1984-1985 Bradford City (II. Division)


    Hasil, Franz
    *1944, Austria, midfielder
    21 Caps (2 goals): 1963-1974
    European Champions Cup 1970

    1962-1968 Rapid Vienna
    1968-1969 Schalke 04
    1969-1973 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1973-1977 Austria Klagenfurt
    1977-1978 First FC Vienna


    Hässler, Thomas (“Icke”)
    *1966, (West) Germany, right wing midfielder
    101 Caps (11 goals): 1988-2000
    World Cup finals 1990 (Champion), 1994, 1998
    European Champion 1996
    539 league appearances (81 goals)

    1984-1990 Cologne
    1990-1991 Juventus
    1991-1994 Roma
    1994-1998 Karlsruhe SC
    1998-1999 Borussia Dortmund
    1999-2003 TSV 1860 Munich
    2003-2004 SV Salzburg


    [​IMG]

    Hateley, Mark
    *1961, England, center forward
    32 Caps (9 goals): 1984-1992
    World Cup finals 1986
    Top Scorer Scotland 1994
    278 league appearances in England and Scotland (112 goals)

    1978-1983 Coventry City
    1983-1984 Portsmouth FC (II. Division)
    1984-1987 AC Milan
    1987-1990 AS Monaco
    1990-1996 Glasgow Rangers
    1995-1996 Queens Park Rangers
    1996-1997 Queens Park Rangers (II. Division)
    1996-1997 Leeds United


    Hattenberger, Roland
    *1948, Austria, midfielder
    51 Caps (3 goals): 1972-1982
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982

    1965-1968 Kufstein (II. Division)
    1968-1971 WAG Wattens
    1971-1974 FC Wacker Tirol Innsbruck
    1974-1977 Fortuna Cologne (II. Division)
    1977-1981 VfB Stuttgart
    1981-1984 FC Wacker Tirol Innsbruck


    [​IMG]

    Haynes, John Norman (“Johnny”)
    *1935, +2005, England, inside left
    56 Caps (18 goals): 1954-1962
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958, 1962
    594 league appearances (158 goals)

    1952-1970 Fulham FC
    1970-1971 Durban City


    [​IMG]

    Heighway, Steve
    *1947, Ireland, left wing
    34 Caps (0 goals): 1970-1981
    European Champions Cup 1977, 1978, 1981
    UEFA Cup 1973, 1976
    329 league appearances (50 goals)

    1970-1981 Liverpool FC
    1981-1982 Minnesota Kicks


    Heintze, Jan
    *1963, Denmark, midfielder
    86 Caps (4 goals): 1986-2002
    World Cup 1998, 2002
    European Champions Cup 1988
    535 league appearances (15 goals)

    1982-1994 PSV Eindhoven
    1994-1996 Bayer Uerdingen
    1996-1999 Bayer Leverkusen
    1999-2003 PSV Eindhoven


    [​IMG]

    Held, Siegfried (“Siggi”)
    *1942, (Wst) Gemany, outside left/right and center forward
    41 Caps (5 goals): 1966-1973
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970
    European Champion 1972
    European Cup II 1966
    422 Bundesliga appearances (72 goals)

    1963-1965 Kickers Offenbach (II. Division)
    1965-1971 Borussia Dortmund
    1971-1972 Kickers Offenbach (II. Division)
    1972-1976 Kickers Offenbach
    1976-1977 Kickers Offenbach (II. Division)
    1977-1979 Borussia Dortmund
    1979-1981 Bayer Uerdingen
     
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    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    Hellstrøm, Ronnie Carl
    *1949, Sweden, goalkeeper
    77 Caps: 1968-1980
    World Cup finals 1970, 1974, 1978
    Europe’s Best Keeper 1974, 1977, 1978, 1979
    266 Bundesliga appearances

    1966-1974 Hammarby IF
    1974-1984 Kaiserslautern
    1984-1985 Hammarby IF


    Helmer, Thomas
    *1965, Germany, sweeper and midfielder
    68 Caps (5 goals): 1990-1998
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998
    European Champion 1996
    UEFA Cup 1996
    390 Bundesliga appearances (41 goals)

    1984-1985 Arminia Bielefeld
    1985-1986 Arminie Bielefeld (II. Division)
    1986-1992 Borussia Dortmund
    1992-1999 Bayern Munich
    1999-2000 Hertha BSC
    1999-2001 Sunderland FC


    [​IMG]

    Henrique, José Rodrigues Marques (“Ze Gato”)
    *1948, Portugal, goalkeeper
    15 Caps: 1969-1973

    1967-1979 Benfica


    Heredia, Ramon Armando
    *1951, Argentina, center back and midfielder
    30 Caps (2 goals): 1971-1974
    World Cup finals 1974
    Intercontinental Cup 1974

    Atletico Madrid
    FC Barcelona


    Herget, Matthias
    *1955, (West) Germany, sweeper and midfielder
    39 Caps (4 goals): 1983-1988
    World Cup finals 1986
    237 Bundesliga appearances (26 goals)

    1976-1978 VfL Bochum
    1978-1982 RW Essen (II. Division)
    1982-1989 Bayer Uerdingen


    Herkenrath, Fritz
    *1928, (West) Germany, goalkeeper
    21 Caps: 1954-1958
    World Cup finals 1954 (Champion), 1958

    1945-1951 Preussen Dellbrück
    1951-1952 Cologne
    1952-1962 RW Essen


    Herzog, Andreas
    *1968, Austria, midfielder
    103 Caps (26 goals): 1988-2003
    World Cup finals 1990, 1998
    UEFA Cup 1996
    445 league appearances (102 goals)

    1986-1987 Rapid Vienna
    1987-1988 First FC Vienna
    1988-1992 Rapid Vienna
    1992-1995 Werder Bremen
    1995-1996 Bayern Munich
    1996-2002 Werder Bremen
    2002-2003 Rapid Vienna
    2004-2005 Los Angeles Galaxy


    [​IMG]

    Heynckes, Josef (“Jupp”)
    *1945, (West) Germany, outside left
    39 Caps (14 goals): 1967-1976
    World Cup finals 1974 (Champion)
    European Champion 1972
    UEFA Cup 1975
    Top Scorer European Champions Cup 1976
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1974
    Top Scorer UEFA Cup 1973, 1975
    Top Scorer Germany 1974, 1975
    369 Bundesliga appearances (220 goals)

    1962-1965 Borussia Mönchengladbach (II. Division)
    1965-1967 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1967-1970 Hannover 96
    1970-1978 Borussia Mönchengladbach


    [​IMG]

    Hickersberger, Josef (“Pepi”)
    *1948, Austria, midfielder
    39 Caps (5 goals): 1969-1978
    World Cup finals 1978
    177 Bundesliga appearances (34 goals)

    1969-1972 Austria Vienna
    1972-1976 Kickers Offenbach
    1976-1978 Fortuna Düsseldorf
    1978-1980 FC Wacker Innsbruck
    1980-1982 Rapid Vienna


    [​IMG]

    Hidegkuti, Nandor
    *1922, +2002, center forward
    69 Caps (39 goals): 1945-1958
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958

    1943-1946 Elektromos Budapest
    1946-1958 MTK Budapest


    Hiden, Rudolf (“Rudi”)
    *1909, +1973, Austria/France, goalkeeper
    20 Caps: 1928-1933 (for Austria)
    1 Cap: 1940 (for France)

    1927-1935 Wiener SC
    1934-1940 Racing Club Paris


    Hierro, Fernando Ruiz
    *1968, Spain, center back
    89 Caps (29 goals): 1989-2002
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998, 2002
    Champions League 1998, 2000, 2002
    Intercontinental Cup 1998, 2002
    525 league appearances (106 goals)

    1987-1989 Real Valladolid
    1989-2003 Real Madrid
    2003-2005 Bolton Wanderers


    Hieronymus, Holger
    *1959, (West) Germany, midfielder and libero
    3 Caps (0 goals): 1981-1982
    World Cup finals 1982
    European Champions Cup 1983

    1979-1984 Hamburg SV


    Higuita, José René Zapata
    *1966, Colombia, goalkeeper
    69 Caps (3 goals): 1987-1999
    World Cup finals 1990
    Copa Libertadores 1989
    South America’s Best Keeper 1989, 1990

    1985-1986 Millionarios Bogota
    1986-1992 Nacional Medellin
    1992-1994 Real Valladolid
    1993-1997 Nacional Medellin
    1997-1998 Vera Cruz (Mexico)
    1998-1999 no club
    1999-2000 Indepediente Medellin
    2000-2001 Real Cartagena
    2001-2002 Junior Baranquilla
    2002-2003 no club
    2003-2004 SD Aucas


    [​IMG]

    Hitchens, Gerald Archibald („Gerry“)
    *1934, +1983, England, center forward
    7 Caps (5 goals): 1961-1962
    World Cup finals 1962

    Cardiff City
    Aston Villa
    Internazionale
    Torino
    Atalanta
    Cagliari


    Hoddle, Glen (“Hod”)
    *1957, England, midfielder
    53 Caps (8 goals): 1979-1988
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    UEFA Cup 1984
    377 league appearances (88 goals)

    1974-1987 Tottenham Hotspur
    1987-1989 AS Monaco


    Hodge, Steve
    *1962, England, midfielder
    24 Caps (0 goals): 1986-1991
    World Cup finals 1986
    372 league appearances (79 goals)

    1981-1986 Nottingham Forest
    1985-1987 Aston Villa
    1986-1988 Tottenham Hotspur
    1988-1991 Nottingham Forest
    1991-1995 Leeds United
    1994-1995 Derby County (II. Division)
    1994-1996 Queens Park Rangers


    Hoeness, Ulrich (“Uli”)
    *1952, (West) Germany, left and right wing midfielder
    35 Caps (5 goals): 1972-1976
    World Cup finals 1974 (Champion)
    European Champion 1972
    European Champions Cup 1974, 1975, 1976
    Intercontinental Cup 1976
    250 Bundesliga appearances (86 goals)

    1970-1979 Bayern Munich
    1978-1979 Nuremberg


    [​IMG]

    Hoeness, Dieter (“Silberpfeil”)
    *1953, (West) Germany, center forward
    6 Caps (4 goals): 1979-1986
    World Cup finals 1986
    Top Scorer European Champions Cup 1982
    Top Scorer UEFA Cup 1980

    1975-1977 VfB Stuttgart (II. Division)
    1977-1979 VfB Stuttgart
    1979-1987 Bayern Munich


    Hofkens, Wim
    *1958, Holland, right full back and midfielder
    5 Caps (0 goals): 1983-1989
    European Cup II 1988
    UEFA Cup 1983

    RSC Anderlecht
    KV Mechelen


    Hofmann, Richard (“König”)
    *1906, +1983, Germany, center forward
    25 Caps (24 goals): 1927-1933

    1924-1945 Dresdner SC


    [​IMG]

    Hohberg, Juan Eduardo
    *1926, Uruguay, inside forward
    ? Caps (3 goals): 1954
    World Cup finals 1954

    Rosario Central
    Penarol (1948-1960)


    Hölzenbein, Bernd („Holz“)
    *1946, (West) Germany, inside forward and midfielder
    40 Caps (5 goals): 1973-1978
    World Cup finals 1974 (Champion), 1978
    UEFA Cup 1980
    420 Bundesliga appearances (160 goals)

    1964-1966 TuS Dehrn (III. Division)
    1966-1981 Eintracht Frankfurt
    1981-1982 Fort Lauderdale Strikers


    Horvat, Ivica
    *1926, Yugoslavia (Croatia), center half
    60 Caps (0 goals): 1946-1956
    World Cup finals 1950, 1954

    1945-1956 Dinamo Zagreb
    1956-1962 Eintracht Frankfurt


    [​IMG]

    Höttges, Horst (“Eisenfuß” = „Iron Foot“)
    *1943, (West) Germany, full back and center back
    66 Caps (1 goal): 1965-1974
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970, 1974 (Champion)
    European Champion 1972
    420 Bundesliga appearances (55 goals)

    1963-1964 Borussia Mönchengladbach (II. Division)
    1964-1978 Werder Bremen


    [​IMG]

    Houghton, Ray
    *1962, Ireland, midfielder
    73 Caps (6 goals): 1986-1998
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    342 league appearances (46 goals)

    1981-1982 West Ham United
    1982-1986 Fulham FC (II. Division)
    1985-1988 Oxford FC
    1987-1992 Liverpool FC
    1992-1995 Aston Villa
    1994-1995 Crystal Palace
    1995-1997 Crystal Palace (II. Division)
    1997-1999 Reading (II./III. Division)
    1999-2000 Stevenage Borough (III. Division)


    Houseman, René Orlando („Loco“)
    *1953, Argentina, forward
    55 Caps (13 goals): 1973-1979
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978 (Champion)
    281 league appearances in Argentina (109 goals)

    Defensores de Belgrano (II./III. Division)
    Huracan
    River Plate
    Colo Colo
    Indepediente


    [​IMG]

    Houtman, Peter
    *1957, Holland, center forward
    8 Caps (7 goals): 1983-1985
    Top Scorer UEFA Cup 1987
    Top Scorer Holland 1983
    447 league appearances (224 goals)

    1976-1977 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1977-1978 FC Groningen
    1978-1979 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1978-1979 Club Bruges
    1979-1982 FC Groningen
    1982-1985 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1985-1987 FC Groningen
    1987-1989 Sporting Lisboa
    1988-1989 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1989-1992 Sparta Rotterdam
    1991-1993 FC Den Haag
    1992-1993 Excelsior Rotterdam


    [​IMG]

    Hovenkamp, Hugo
    *1950, Holland, left full back
    31 Caps (2 goals): 1977-1983
    World Cup finals 1978

    1977-1983 AZ ’67 Alkmaar
    1983-1985 FC Tirol Innsbruck


    [​IMG]

    Hrubesch, Horst („Ungeheuer“)
    *1951, (West) Germany, center forward
    21 Caps (6 goals): 1980-1982
    World Cup finals 1982
    European Champion 1980
    European Champions Cup 1983
    Top Scorer Germany 1982
    265 league appearances (153 goals)

    1970-1971 Germania Hamm (V. Division)
    1971-1972 Hammer SpV (V. Division)
    1972-1975 SC Westtünnen (IV. Division)
    1975-1977 RW Essen
    1977-1978 RW Essen (II. Division)
    1978-1983 Hamburg SV
    1983-1985 Standard Liege
    1985-1986 Borussia Dortmund
     
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    Bolzplatz
    [​IMG]

    Hubchev, Petar
    *1964, Bulgaria, center back
    35 Caps (0 goals): 1984-1996
    World Cup finals 1994
    128 Bundesliga appearances (2 goals)

    1992-1994 Levski Sofia
    1993-1997 Hamburg SV
    1996-1998 Eintracht Frankfurt (II. Division)
    1998-2002 Eintracht Frankfurt


    [​IMG]

    Hughes, Emlyn Walter (“Crazy Horse”)
    *1947, +2004, England, left full back and center back
    62 Caps (1 goal): 1969-1980
    World Cup finals 1970
    European Champions Cup 1977, 1978
    UEFA Cup 1973, 1976
    502 league appearances for BFC and LFC (35 goals)

    1965-1967 Blackpool FC
    1966-1979 Liverpool FC
    1979-1981 Wolverhampton Wanderers
    1981-1982 Rotherham FC (II. Division)


    Hughes, Mark
    *1963, Wales, center forward
    72 Caps (16 goals): 1984-1999
    European Cup II 1991, 1998
    577 league appearances (158 goals)

    1983-1986 Manchester United
    1986-1988 FC Barcelona
    1987-1988 Bayern Munich
    1988-1995 Manchester United
    1995-1998 Chelsea FC
    1998-2000 Southampton FC
    1999-2001 Everton FC
    2000-2001 Blackburn Rovers (II. Division)
    2001-2002 Blackburn Rovers


    Hügi, Josef
    *1930, +1995, Switzerland, center forward
    34 Caps (23 goals): 1951-1961
    World Cup finals 1954
    Top Scorer Switzerland 1952, 1953, 1954
    322 league appearances (244 goals)

    1948-1962 FC Basel
    1962-1963 FC Zürich


    Hulshoff, Bernardus Adriaan (“Barry”)
    *1946, Holland, center back
    14 Caps (6 goals): 1971-1973
    European Champions Cup 1971, 1972, 1973
    Intercontinental Cup 1972
    304 league appearances (22 goals)

    1966-1977 Ajax Amsterdam
    1977-1979 MVV Maastricht
    1982-1983 Grazer AK


    Humberto, Manuel Jesus Coelho
    *1950, Portugal, sweeper
    64 Caps (6 goals): 1968-1983

    1967-1974 Benfica
    1974-1976 Paris St. Germain
    1976-1985 Benfica


    [​IMG]

    Hunt, Roger
    *1938, England, center forward
    34 Caps (18 goals): 1962-1969
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966 (Champion)
    404 league appearances (245 goals)

    1959-1962 Liverpool FC (II. Division)
    1962-1970 Liverpool FC
    1969-1971 Bolton Wanderers


    [​IMG]

    Hunter, Norman („Bites yer legs“)
    *1943, England, center back and midfielder
    28 Caps (2 goals): 1966-1975
    World Cup finals 1966 (Champion), 1970
    Fairs Cup 1968, 1971
    648 league appearances (22 goals)

    1962-1964 Leeds United (II. Division)
    1964-1977 Leeds United
    1976-1979 Bristol City
    1979-1980 Barnsley FC (III. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Hurst, Geoffrey Charles
    *1941, England, inside and center forward
    49 Caps (24 goals): 1966-1972
    World Cup finals 1966 (Champion), 1970
    European Cup II 1965
    521 league appearances (210 goals)

    1959-1972 West Ham United
    1972-1974 Stoke City
    1974-1975 West Bromwich Albion
    1976-1977 Seattle Sounders


    Hysen, Glenn
    *1959, Sweden, libero
    68 Caps (6 goals): 1981-1990
    World Cup finals 1990
    UEFA Cup 1982, 1987

    1977-1978 IF Warta
    1978-1983 IFK Gothenburg
    1983-1985 PSV Eindhoven
    1985-1987 IFK Gothenburg
    1987-1989 Fiorentina
    1989-1992 Liverpool FC
    1992-1993 GAIS Gothenburg


    Illgner, Bodo
    *1967, (West) Germany, goalkeeper
    54 Caps: 1987-1994
    World Cup finals 1990 (Champion), 1994
    Champions League 1998
    Intercontinental Cup 1998
    417 league appearances

    1985-1997 Cologne
    1997-2001 Real Madrid


    Immel, Eike
    *1960, (West) Germany, goalkeeper
    19 Caps: 1980-1988
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    European Champion 1980
    534 Bundesliga appearances

    1978-1986 Borussia Dortmund
    1986-1995 VfB Stuttgart
    1995-1996 Manchester City (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Ince, Paul Emerson Carlyle (“The Governor”)
    *1967, England, midfielder
    53 Caps (2 goals): 1992-2000
    World Cup finals 1998
    European Cup II 1991
    491 league appearances (63 goals)

    1985-1990 West Ham United
    1989-1995 Manchester United
    1995-1997 Internazionale
    1997-1999 Liverpool FC
    1999-2002 Middlesborough
    2002-2003 Wolverhampton Wanderers (II. Division)
    2003-2004 Wolverhampton Wanderers
    2004-2005 Wolverhampton Wanderers (II. Division)


    Ingesson, Klas
    *1968, Sweden, midfielder
    57 Caps (13 goals): 1989-1998
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    UEFA Cup 1987

    1986-1990 IFK Gothenborg
    1990-1993 KV Mechelen
    1993-1994 PSV Eindhoven
    1994-1995 Sheffield Wednesday
    1995-1998 Bari
    1998-2000 Bologna
    2000-2001 Olympique Marseille
    2000-2001 US Lecce


    Iribar, José Angel
    *1943, Spain, goalkeeper
    49 Caps: 1964-1976
    World Cup finals 1966

    Athletic Bilbao


    [​IMG]

    Irwin, Denis Joseph
    *1965, Ireland, left full back
    56 Caps (4 goals): 1991-2000
    World Cup finals 1994
    Champions League 1999
    European Cup II 1991
    Intercontinental Cup 1999
    400 league appearances (22 goals)

    1983-1986 Leeds United (II. Division)
    1986-1990 Oldham Athletic (II. Division)
    1990-2002 Manchester United
    2002-2003 Wolverhampton Wanderers (II. Division)
    2003-2004 Wolverhampton Wanderers


    Islas, Luis Alberto Ranieri
    *1965, Argentina, goalkeeper
    30 Caps: 1984-1994
    World Cup finals 1986 (Champion), 1994

    Estudiantes
    Indepediente
    Newell’s Old Boys
    Platense
    Huracan
    Talleres de Cordoba
    Toluca


    [​IMG]

    Israel, Marinus David (“Rinus”)
    *1942, Holland, sweeper
    47 Caps (3 goals): 1964-1974
    World Cup finals 1974
    European Champions Cup 1970
    Intercontinental Cup 1970
    UEFA Cup 1974
    339 league appearances for DWS, Feijenoord and Excelsior (24 goals)

    1962-1963 DWS Amsterdam (II. Division)
    1963-1966 DWS Amsterdam
    1966-1974 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1974-1975 Excelsior Rotterdam
    1975-1978 PEC Zwolle (II. Division)
    1978-1982 PEC Zwolle


    Ivanov, Valentin
    *1934, Soviet Union, inside forward
    61 Caps (26 goals): 1955-1965
    World Cup finals 1958, 1962 (Top Scorer)
    European Champion 1960
    287 league appearances (124 goals)

    1950-1966 Torpedo Moscow


    Jack, David Bone Nightingale
    *1899, +1958, England, inside right
    9 Caps (3 goals): 1924-1933

    1919-1920 Plymouth Argyle
    1920-1928 Bolton Wanderers
    1928-1934 Arsenal FC


    [​IMG]

    Jair, da Costa
    *1940, Brazil, outside right
    1 Cap (0 goals): 1962
    European Champions Cup 1964, 1965
    Intercontinental Cup 1964, 1965
    199 Serie A appearances for Inter (53 goals)

    1960-1962 Portuguesa
    1962-1967 Internazionale
    1967-1968 Roma
    1968-1972 Internazionale
    1972-1974 Santos FC
    1974-1976 Windsor Star (Canada)


    [​IMG]

    Jair, Rosa Pinto
    *1921, +2005, Brazil, inside left
    39 Caps (22 goals): 1940-1956
    World Cup finals 1950
    Copa America 1949

    1938-1942 Madureira
    1943-1946 Vasco da Gama
    1947-1949 Flamengo
    1950-1955 Palmeiras
    1956-1960 Santos FC
    1961-1962 FC Sao Paulo
    1963-1964 Ponte Preta


    [​IMG]

    Jairzinho, Jair Ventura Filho
    *1944, Brazil, outside right and center forward
    81 Caps (33 goals): 1963-1982
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970 (Champion), 1974
    Copa Libertadores 1976

    1962-1974 Botafogo
    1974-1976 Olympique Marseille
    1976-1978 Cruzeiro
    1977-1978 Portuguesa
    1981-1982 Botafogo


    [​IMG]

    Jakobs, Ditmar
    *1953, (West) Germany, midfielder and center back
    20 Caps (1 goal): 1980-1986
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Champions Cup 1983
    493 Bundesliga appearances (45 goals)

    1971-1973 RW Oberhausen
    1973-1974 RW Oberhausen (II. Division)
    1974-1975 Tennis Borussia Berlin
    1975-1976 Tennis Borussia Berlin (II. Division)
    1976-1977 Tennis Borussia Berlin
    1977-1979 MSV Duisburg
    1979-1990 Hamburg SV


    Jalocha, Jan
    *1957, Poland, left full back
    28 Caps (0 goals): 1981-1985
    World Cup finals 1982

    Wizla Krakow
    SpVgg Bayreuth (III. Division)


    Janas, Pawel
    *1953, Poland, center back
    54 Caps (1 goal): 1976-1983
    World Cup finals 1982

    1974-1978 Widzew Lodz
    1978-1982 Legia Warsaw
    1982-1986 AJ Auxerre
    1986-1988 Legia Warsaw


    Janes, Paul
    *1912, +1987, Germany, right full back
    71 Caps (7 goals): 1932-1942
    World Cup finals 1934, 1938

    1930-1951 Fortuna Düsseldorf


    Janich, Franco
    *1937, Italy, sweeper
    6 Caps (0 goals): 1962-1966
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966

    1956-1958 Atalanta Bergamo
    1958-1961 Lazio
    1961-1972 Bologna


    [​IMG]

    Jansen, Wilhelmus Marinus Antonius („Wim“)
    *1946, Holland, midfielder and center back
    65 Caps (1 goal): 1967-1980
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978
    European Champions Cup 1970
    UEFA Cup 1974
    Intercontinental Cup 1970
    527 league appearances (34 goals)

    1965-1980 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1979-1980 Washington Diplomats
    1980-1982 Ajax Amsterdam
    1982-1983 Washington Diplomats


    [​IMG]

    Janvion, Gerard
    *1953, France (Martinique), left/right full back
    40 Caps (0 goals): 1975-1982
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982

    1972-1984 AS St. Etienne
    1984-1985 Paris St. Germain
    1985-1987 Beziers
     
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    Jara, Kurt
    *1950, Austria, midfielder
    59 Caps (15 goals): 1971-1985
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982
    191 Bundesliga appearances (25 goals)

    1968-1973 FC Wacker Tirol
    1973-1975 FC Valencia
    1975-1980 MSV Duisburg
    1980-1981 Schalke 04
    1981-1985 Grasshoppers Zürich


    Jardine, William (“Sandy”)
    *1948, Scotland, right half and right full back
    38 Caps (1 goal): 1971-1980
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978
    European Cup II 1972
    451 league appearances for Rangers (42 goals)

    1965-1982 Glasgow Rangers
    1982-1985 Hearts of Midlothian


    Jarni, Robert
    *1968, Yugoslavia/Croatia, midfielder
    7 Caps (1 goal): 1990-1991 (for Yugoslavia)
    81 Caps (1 goal): 1992-2001 (for Croatia)
    World Cup finals 1990, 1998, 2002
    Intercontinental Cup 1998
    368 league appearances (44 goals)

    1986-1991 Hajduk Split
    1991-1993 Bari
    1993-1994 Fiorentina (II. Division)
    1994-1995 Juventus
    1995-1998 Betis Sevilla
    1998-1999 Real Madrid
    1999-2001 UD Palmas
    2001-2002 Panathinaikos


    Jekov, Petar (“Bat Petyo”)
    *1944, Mexico, center forward
    44 Caps (25 goals): 1963-1972
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970
    Golden Boot 1969
    Top Scorer Bulgaria 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1973
    333 league appearances (253 goals)

    1961-1962 Sportist Knijovnik (II. Division)
    1962-1963 Sportist Knijovnik
    1963-1968 Beroe Stara Zagora
    1968-1975 CSKA Sofia


    [​IMG]

    Jennings, Patrick (“Pat”)
    *1945, Northern Ireland, goalkeeper
    119 Caps: 1964-1986
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    UEFA Cup 1972
    757 league appearances

    1962-1963 Newry Town
    1963-1964 Watford FC
    1964-1978 Tottenham Hotspur
    1978-1985 Arsenal FC
    1985-1986 Tottenham Hotspur


    Jensen, Henning
    *1949, Denmark, center forward
    22 Caps (9 goals): 1972-1980
    UEFA Cup 1975
    125 Bundesliga appearances (44 goals)

    1968-1972 Nörresundby BK
    1972-1976 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1976-1979 Real Madrid
    1979-1984 Ajax Amsterdam


    [​IMG]

    Jerkovic, Drazen
    *1936, Yugoslavia (Croatia), center forward
    21 Caps (11 goals): 1960-1964
    World Cup finals 1962 (Top Scorer)
    Top Scorer Yugoslavia 1962

    1955-1965 Dinamo Zagreb
    1965-1969 AA Gent


    Jerkovic, Jurica (“Jure”)
    *1950, Yugoslavia, midfielder and forward
    43 Caps (5 goals): 1970-1981
    World Cup finals 1974, 1982

    1968-1978 Hajduk Split
    1978-1985 FC Zürich


    Joao Pinto, Domingos Silva (“Capitao”)
    *1961, Portugal, right full back
    70 Caps (1 goal): 1983-1996
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Champions Cup 1987
    Intercontinental Cup 1987

    1979-1997 FC Porto


    [​IMG]

    Johnstone, James Connolly (“Jimmy Jinky”)
    *1944, Scotland, outside right
    23 Caps (4 goals): 1965-1975
    World Cup finals 1974
    European Champions Cup 1967
    308 league appearances (82 goals)

    1963-1975 Glasgow Celtic


    [​IMG]

    Jokl, Karol
    *1945, CSSR (Slovakia), inside and outside left
    27 Caps 11( goals): 1963-1972
    World Cup finals 1970
    European Cup II 1969
    238 league appearances for Slovan (68 goals)

    Slovan Bratislava (1963-1975)
    Prievidza


    [​IMG]

    Jones, Mick
    *1945, England, forward
    3 Caps (0 goals): 1965-1970
    Fairs Cup 1968, 1971
    Top Scorer Champions Cup 1970
    368 league appearances (140 goals)

    1962-1967 Sheffield United
    1967-1974 Leeds United


    Jongbloed, Jan
    *1940, Holland, goalkeeper
    24 Caps: 1962-1978
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978

    DWS Amsterdam
    FC Amsterdam
    Roda Kerkrade
    Go Ahead Eagles Deventer


    Jonk, Wilhelmus Maria („Wim“)
    *1966, Holland, midfielder and center back
    49 Caps (11 goals): 1992-1999
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998
    UEFA Cup 1992, 1994
    330 league appearances (56 goals)

    1986-1987 FC Volendam (II. Division)
    1987-1988 FC Volendam
    1988-1993 Ajax Amsterdam
    1993-1995 Internazionale
    1995-1998 PSV Eindhoven
    1998-2000 Sheffield Wednesday
    2000-2001 Sheffield Wednesday (II. Division)


    Jonquet, Robert
    *1925, France, center half
    58 Caps (0 goals): 1948-1960
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958

    1946-1960 Stade Reims
    1960-1962 Racing Strasbourg (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Jordan, Joseph (“Joe”)
    *1951, Scotland, center forward
    52 Caps (11 goals): 1973-1982
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978, 1982
    326 league appearances in England (84 goals)

    1970-1978 Leeds United
    1977-1981 Manchester United
    1981-1983 AC Milan
    1983-1984 Hellas Verona
    1984-1987 Southampton FC
    1987-1990 Bristol City (III. Division)


    Jordao, Rui Manuel Trinidade
    *1952, Portugal (Angola), forward
    43 Caps (15 goals): 1972-1989
    Topscorer Portugal 1976, 1980
    390 league appearances (229 goals)

    1971-1976 Benfica
    1976-1978 Real Zaragoza
    1978-1986 Sporting Lisboa
    1986-1989 Vitoria Setubal


    Jorginho, Jorge de Amorim Campos
    *1964, Brazil, left/right full back
    64 Caps (3 goals): 1987-1996
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994 (Champion)
    154 Bundesliga appearances (15 goals)

    1984-1989 Flamengo
    1989-1992 Bayer Leverkusen
    1992-1995 Bayern Munich
    1995-1998 Kashima Antlers
    1998-1999 FC Sao Paulo
    2000-2002 Vasco da Gama
    2002-2003 Fluminense


    [​IMG]

    Josimar, Higinio Pereira
    *1961, Brazil, right full back
    16 Caps (2 goals): 1986-1989
    World Cup finals 1986
    South American Champion 1989

    1982-1988 Botafogo
    1988-1989 FC Sevilla
    1989-1990 Flamengo
    1990-1991 Internacional Rio de Janeiro
    1990-1991 Novo Hamburgo Rio de Janeiro
    1991-1992 Bangu
    1991-1992 Uberlandia Minas Gerais
    1991-1992 Ceara
    1992-1993 Guara
    1992-1994 Jorge Wilsterman (Bolivia)
    1994-1996 Nacional Fast Club
    1996-1997 El Mineros de Guayana (Venezuela)


    [​IMG]

    Juanito, Juan Gomez
    *1954, +1992, Spain, forward
    34 Caps (4 goals): 1976-1982
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982
    UEFA Cup 1985, 1986
    Top Scorer Spain 1984
    284 league appearances for Real (153 goals)

    1972-1973 Atletico Madrid
    1973-1977 Burgos
    1977-1987 Real Madrid


    [​IMG]

    Jugovic, Vladimir
    *1969, Yugoslavia/Serbia-Montenegro, midfielder
    41 Caps ( goals): 1991-2002
    World Cup finals 1998
    European Champions Cup 1991
    Champions League 1996
    Intercontinental Cup 1991, 1996
    318 league appearances (54 goals)

    1989-1990 Red Star Belgrade
    1989-1990 FK Rad Belgrade
    1990-1992 Red Star Belgrade
    1992-1995 Sampdoria
    1995-1997 Juventus
    1997-1998 Lazio
    1998-1999 Atletico Madrid
    1999-2001 Internazionale
    2001-2003 AS Monaco
    2003-2004 Admira Wacker Mödling
    2004-2005 LR Ahlen (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Julinho, Julio Botelho
    *1929, +2003, Brazil, outside right
    20 Caps (1 goal): 1952-1965
    World Cup finals 1954

    1950-1951 Juventus (Brazil)
    1951-1955 Portuguesa
    1955-1958 Fiorentina
    1958-1967 Palmeiras


    Junior, Gama Junior Leovegildo Lins
    *1954, Brazil, left full back and midfielder
    70 Caps (6 goals): 1979-1992
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986
    Copa Libertadores 1981
    Intercontinental Cup 1981
    792 games for Flamengo

    1972-1984 Flamengo
    1984-1987 Torino
    1987-1989 Pescara Calcio
    1989-1994 Flamengo


    Jurion, Joseph (“Jef”)
    *1937, Belgium, inside right
    64 Caps (9 goals): 1955-1967

    1954-1967 RSC Anderlecht


    Jurkemik, Ladislav
    *1953, CSSR (Slovakia), midfielder and sweeper
    57 Caps (3 goals): 1974-1983
    World Cup finals 1982
    European Champion 1976
    293 league appearances (50 goals)

    1972-1980 Inter Bratislava
    1980-1981 Banska Bystrica
    1981-1983 Inter Braislava
    1983-1984 Banska Bystrica
    1984-1989 FC St. Gallen


    Juskowiak, Erich (“Hammer”)
    *1926, +1983, (West) Germany, left full back
    31 Caps (4 goals): 1951-1959
    World Cup finals 1958

    1943-1946 FC 08 Oberhausen (II. Division)
    1946-1950 RW Oberhausen
    1950-1951 Wuppertal SV
    1951-1953 RW Oberhausen
    1953-1962 Fortuna Düsseldorf


    Jusufi, Fahrudin
    *1939, Yugoslavia (Serbia), left full back
    55 Caps (0 goals): 1959-1967
    World Cup finals 1962

    1955-1966 Partizan Belgrade
    1966-1970 Eintracht Frankfurt


    Juvenal, Amaso Amarijo
    *1923, Brazil, left full back
    10 Caps (0 goals): 1950
    World Cup finals 1950

    1943-1948 Cruzeiro
    1949-1951 Flamengo
    1951-1954 Palmeiras
    1954-1958 Bahia
    1958-1959 Ypiranga
     
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    Bolzplatz
    [​IMG]

    Kaelbel, Raymond
    *1932, France, half back
    35 Caps (1 goal): 1954-1960
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958

    1950-1956 Racing Strasbourg
    1956-1961 AS Monaco
    1961-1962 FC Le Havre
    1962-1964 Stade Reims
    1964-1970 Racing Strasbourg


    Kadlec, Miroslav
    *1964, Czech Republic, sweeper
    64 Caps (2 goals): 1987-1997
    World Cup finals 1990
    210 Bundesliga appearances (16 goals)

    1983-1984 Vitkovice
    1984-1986 Union Cheb
    1986-1990 Vitkovice
    1990-1998 Kaiserslautern
    1998-2001 Petra Drnovice
    2001-2002 1. FC SA Brno


    [​IMG]

    Kaltz, Manfred („Manni“)
    *1953, (West) Germany, right full back and sweeper
    69 Caps (8 goals): 1975-1983
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982
    European Champion 1980
    European Champions Cup 1983
    European Cup II 1977
    594 league appearances (77 goals)

    1971-1989 Hamburg SV
    1989-1990 Girondins Bordeaux
    1989-1991 FC Mulhouse
    1990-1991 Hamburg SV


    Kamamoto, Kunishige („Gama“)
    *1944, Japan, center forward
    Top Scorer Japan 1968, 1970, 1971, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978
    251 league appearances (202 goals)

    1967-1983 Yanmar Diesel FC Osaka


    [​IMG]

    Kanchelskis, Andrei
    *1969, Soviet Union/Russia, right wing
    23 Caps (3 goals): 1990-1992 (for Soviet Union/C.I.S.)
    36 Caps (5 goals): 1993-1998 (for Russia)

    1987-1989 Dynamo Kiev
    1989-1991 Shaktar Donezk
    1991-1995 Manchester United
    1995-1997 Everton FC
    1996-1998 Fiorentina
    1998-2001 Glasgow Rangers
    2000-2001 Manchester City
    2001-2002 Glasgow Rangers
    2002-2003 Southampton FC
    2003-2004 Al-Hilal


    [​IMG]

    Kapellmann, Dr. med. Josef (“Jupp”)
    *1949, (West) Germany, forward, midfielder and full back
    5 Caps (0 goals): 1973-1974
    World Cup finals 1974 (Champion)
    European Champions Cup 1974, 1975, 1976
    Intercontinental Cup 1976
    338 Bundesliga appearances (36 goals)

    1968-1970 Alemannia Aachen
    1970-1973 Cologne
    1973-1979 Bayern Munich
    1979-1981 TSV 1860 Munich


    Kaplichni, Vladimir
    *1944, Soviet Union (Ukraine), left full back and center back
    62 Caps (0 goals): 1968-1974
    World Cup finals 1970

    1962-1965 SKA Kiev
    1965-1975 CSKA Moskow


    Karasi, Stanislav
    *1946, Yugoslavia, forward
    9 Caps (4 goals): 1973-1974
    World Cup finals 1974

    Red Star Belgrade


    Karembeu, Christian
    *1970, France (New Caledonia), midfielder
    53 Caps (1 goal): 1992-2002
    World Cup finals 1998 (Champion)
    European Champion 2000
    Champions League 1998, 2000

    1990-1995 FC Nantes
    1995-1998 Sampdoria
    1997-2000 Real Madrid
    2000-2001 Middlesbrough
    2001-2004 Olympiakos Piraeus
    2004-2005 Servette Geneva
    2004-2005 SEC Bastia


    [​IMG]

    Kargus, Rudolf (“Rudi”)
    *1952, (West) Germany, goalkeeper
    3 Caps: 1976-1979
    World Cup finals 1978
    European Cup II 1977
    408 Bundesliga appearances

    1971-1980 Hamburg SV
    1980-1984 Nuremberg
    1984-1985 Karlsruhe SC
    1984-1985 Nuremberg (II. Division)
    1985-1986 Karslruhe SC (II. Division)
    1986-1987 Fortuna Düsseldorf
    1987-1990 Cologne


    Karpin, Valery
    *1969, C.I.S./Russia, midfielder
    1 Caps (0 goals): 1992 (for C.I.S.)
    72 Caps (17 goals): 1992-2003 (for Russia)
    World Cup finals 1994, 2002
    524 league appearances (104 goals)

    1987-1988 CSKA Moscow
    1988-1989 Fakel Voronezh
    1989-1994 Spartak Moscow
    1994-1996 Real Sociedad San Sebastian
    1996-1997 FC Valencia
    1997-2002 Celta Vigo
    2002-2005 Real Sociedad San Sebastian


    [​IMG]

    Kasperczak, Henryk
    *1946, Poland, midfielder
    63 Caps (5 goals): 1973-1978
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978

    1964-1966 Stal Mielec
    1966-1968 Legia Warsaw
    1968-1978 Stal Mielec
    1978-1980 FC Metz


    Katanec, Srecko
    *1963, Yugoslavia (Slovenia), sweeper
    31 Caps (5 goals): 1983-1990 (for Yugoslavia)
    1 Cap (0 goals): 1994 (for Slovenia)
    World Cup finals 1990
    European Cup II 1990

    1981-1985 Olimpija Ljubljana
    1985-1987 Dinamo Zagreb
    1987-1988 Partizan Belgrade
    1988-1989 VfB Stuttgart
    1989-1994 Sampdoria Genoa


    Katalinski, Josip
    *1948, Yugoslavia (Bosnia), center back
    41 Caps (10 goals): 1972-1977
    World Cup finals 1974

    Zeljeznicar Sarayevo


    Kavazashvili, Anzor
    *1940, Soviet Union (Georgia), goalkeeper
    33 Caps: (1965-1970)
    World Cup finals 1966, 1970

    Torpedo Moscow
    Spartak Moscow


    [​IMG]

    Keegan, Joseph Kevin (“Mighty Mouse”)
    *1951, England, midfielder and forward
    63 Caps (21 goals): 1972-1982
    World Cup finals 1982
    European Champions Cup 1977
    UEFA Cup 1973, 1976
    Golden Ball Europe 1978, 1979
    Top Scorer England 1982
    388 league appearances (137 goals)

    1968-1971 Scunthorpe United (IV. Division)
    1971-1977 Liverpool FC
    1977-1980 Hamburg SV
    1980-1982 Southampton FC
    1982-1984 Newcastle United
    1984-1985 Tigers Kuala Lumpur


    Keita, Salif (“Domingo”)
    *1946, Mali, inside forward
    13 Caps (11 goals): 1963-1972
    Golden Ball Africa 1971
    346 league appearances (217 goals)

    1963-1964 Pionniers de Ouolofobougou
    1964-1965 Real de Bamako
    1965-1966 Stade de Malien
    1965-1967 Real de Bamako
    1967-1972 AS St. Etienne
    1972-1973 Olympique Marseille
    1973-1976 FC Valencia
    1976-1979 Sporting Lisboa
    1979-1980 New England Tea Men Boston


    Keizer, Peter Johannes („Piet“)
    *1943, Holland, outside left
    34 Caps (11 goals): 1962-1974
    World Cup finals 1974
    European Champions Cup 1971, 1972, 1973
    Intercontinental Cup 1972
    365 league appearances (140 goals)

    1961-1974 Ajax Amsterdam


    [​IMG]

    Kelsey, Jack
    *1929, +1992, Wales, goalkeeper
    41 Caps: 1954-1962
    World Cup finals 1958
    352 league appearances

    1950-1962 Arsenal FC


    [​IMG]

    Kempes, Mario Alberto (“The Matador”)
    *1952, Argentina, center forward and midfielder
    43 Caps (20 goals): 1973-1982
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978 (Champion, Top Scorer), 1982
    European Cup II 1980
    Golden Ball South America 1978
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1980
    Top Scorer Argentina 1974, 1976
    Top Scorer Spain 1977, 1978

    1972-1973 Instituto Cordoba
    1973-1976 Rosario Central
    1976-1980 FC Valencia
    1980-1981 River Plate
    1982-1984 FC Valencia
    1985-1986 Hercules Alicante
    1986-1987 First FC Vienna
    1987-1990 VS Egger St. Pölten (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Kennedy, Alan
    *1954, England, left full back
    2 Caps (0 goals): 1984
    European Champions Cup 1981, 1984
    251 league appearances (15 goals)

    1972-1978 Newcastle United
    1978-1986 Liverpool FC


    [​IMG]

    Kennedy, Ray
    *1951, England, center forward and left wing
    17 Caps (3 goals): 1976-1980
    European Champions Cup 1977, 1978, 1981
    Fairs Cup 1970
    UEFA Cup 1976
    472 league appearances (106 goals)

    1969-1974 Arsenal FC
    1974-1982 Liverpool FC
    1981-1983 Swansea City
    1983-1984 Swansea City (II. Division)


    Keown, Martin
    *1966, England, center back
    43 Caps (2 goals): 1997-2002
    World Cup finals 1998, 2002
    European Cup II 1994
    498 league appearances (4 goals)

    1983-1985 Arsenal FC
    1984-1985 Brighton & Hove Albion (II. Division)
    1985-1986 Arsenal FC
    1986-1987 Aston Villa
    1987-1988 Aston Villa (II. Division)
    1988-1989 Aston Villa
    1989-1993 Everton FC
    1992-2004 Arsenal FC
    2004-2005 Leicester City (II. Division)
    2004-2005 Reading FC (II. Division)


    Khusainov, Galimizjan
    *1937, Soviet Union, outside left
    31 Caps (4 goals): 1960-1966
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966

    Spartak Moscow


    [​IMG]

    Kidd, Brian
    *1949, England, forward
    2 Caps (1 goal): 1970
    European Champions Cup 1968
    419 league appearances (137 goals)

    1966-1973 Manchester United
    1974-1976 Arsenal FC
    1976-1979 Manchester City
    1978-1980 Everton FC
    1980-1982 Bolton Wanderers (II. Division)


    Kieft, Willem Cornelis Nicolaas (“Wim”)
    *1962, Holland, center forward
    43 Caps (11 goals): 1981-1992
    World Cup finals 1990
    European Champion 1988
    European Champions Cup 1988
    Top Scorer UEFA Cup 1987
    Golden Boot 1982
    Top Scorer Holland 1982, 1988
    400 league appearances (194 goals)

    1979-1983 Ajax Amsterdam
    1983-1984 SC Pisa
    1984-1985 SC Pisa (II. Division)
    1985-1986 SC Pisa
    1986-1987 Torino
    1987-1990 PSV Eindhoven
    1990-1991 Girondins Bordeaux
    1991-1994 PSV Eindhoven


    [​IMG]

    Kindvall, Ove Bengt
    *1943, Sweden, inside forward and midfielder
    43 Caps (16 goals): 1965-1974
    World Cup finals 1970, 1974
    European Champions Cup 1970
    Intercontinental Cup 1970
    Top Scorer Sweden 1966
    Top Scorer Holland 1968, 1971
    343 league appearances (232 goals)

    1962-1967 IFK Norrköping
    1966-1971 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1971-1974 IFK Norrköping
    1974-1975 IFK Gothenburg
    1975-1976 IFK Norrköping (II. Division)
    1976-1977 IFK Norrköping


    Kinnear, Joseph (“Joe”)
    *1946, Ireland, right full back
    26 Caps (0 goals): 1967-1976
    196 league appearances (2 goals)

    1964-1975 Tottenham Hotspurs
    1975-1976 Brighton (II. Division)


    Kipiani, David
    *1951, Soviet Union (Georgia), midfielder
    19 Caps (9 goals): 1977-1981
    European Cup II 1981

    1969-1971 Dynamo Tbilisi (II. Division)
    1971-1984 Dynamo Tbilisi


    Kiprich, Jozsef
    *1963, Hungary, midfield
    70 Caps (28 goals): 1984-1995
    World Cup finals 1986
    382 league appearances (184 goals)

    1980-1990 Banyasz Tatabanya
    1990-1995 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1995-1998 Apoel Nikosia
    1997-1998 FC Den Bosch (II. Division)
    1998-1999 Banyasz Tatabanya (II. Division)
    1999-2001 Banyasz Tatabanya
     
  23. Gregoriak

    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    [​IMG]

    Kirsten, Ulf
    *1965, (East) Germany, right wing and center forward
    49 Caps (14 goals): 1985-1990 (for East Germany)
    51 Caps (21 goals): 1992-2000 (for Germany)
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1994
    Top Scorer UEFA Cup 1995
    Top Scorer Germany 1993, 1997, 1998
    504 league appearances (239 goals)

    1983-1990 Dynamo Dresden
    1990-2003 Bayer Leverkusen


    Kische, Gerd
    *1951, (East) Germany, sweeper
    59 Caps (0 goals): 1971-1980
    World Cup finals 1974
    181 league appearances (11 goals)

    1970-1981 Hansa Rostock
    1981-1983 TSG Bau Rostock
    1983-1984 Post Neubrandenburg


    Kist, Cornelis („Kees“)
    *1952, Holland, center forward
    21 Caps (4 goals): 1975-1980
    Golden Boot 1979
    Top Scorer Holland 1979, 1980
    406 league appearances (224 goals)

    1970-1972 SC Heerenveen (II. Division)
    1972-1982 AZ ’67 Alkmaar
    1982-1983 Paris St. Germain
    1983-1984 FC Mulhouse (II. Division)
    1984-1986 AZ ’67 Alkmaar
    1986-1987 SC Heerenveen (II. Division)


    Kleff, Wolfgang (“Otto”)
    *1946, (West) Germany, goalkeeper
    6 Caps: 1971-1973
    World Cup finals 1974 (Champion)
    European Champion 1972
    UEFA Cup 1975, 1979
    433 Bundesliga appearances

    1968-1979 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1979-1980 Hertha BSC
    1980-1982 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1982-1984 Fortuna Düsseldorf
    1984-1985 RW Oberhausen (II. Division)
    1985-1986 VfL Bochum
    1986-1987 FSV Salmrohr (II. Division)


    Klinsmann, Jürgen
    *1964, (West) Germany, center forward
    108 Caps (47 goals): 1987-1998
    World Cup finals 1990 (Champion), 1994, 1998
    European Champion 1996
    UEFA Cup 1991, 1996
    Top Scorer UEFA Cup 1996
    Top Scorer Germany 1988
    445 league appearances (204 goals)

    1981-1984 Kickers Stuttgart (II. Division)
    1984-1989 VfB Stuttgart
    1989-1992 Internazionale
    1992-1994 AS Monaco
    1994-1995 Tottenham Hotspur
    1995-1997 Bayern Munich
    1997-1998 Sampdoria
    1997-1998 Tottenham Hotspur


    Klodt, Bernhard („Berni“)
    *1926, +1996, (West) Germany, outside right
    19 Caps (3 goals): 1950-1959
    World Cup finals 1954 (Champion), 1958

    1945-1963 Schalke 04


    [​IMG]

    Kocian, Jan
    *1958, Czechoslovakia, center back
    26 Caps (0 goals): 1984-1992
    World Cup finals 1990
    299 league appearances

    1976-1978 ZTS Martin (II. Division)
    1978-1988 Dukla Banska Bystrica
    1988-1991 FC St. Pauli
    1991-1993 FC St. Pauli (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Kocsis, Sandor (“Schani”, “Kocka”)
    *1929, +1978, Hungary, inside right
    68 Caps (75 goals): 1948-1956
    World Cup finals 1954
    Fairs Cup 1960
    Top Scorer Hungary 1951, 1952, 1954
    335 league appearances (294 goals)

    1945-1946 Köbanyai Torna
    1946-1950 Ferencvaros Budapest
    1950-1956 Honved Budapest
    1957-1958 Young Fellows Zürich
    1958-1965 FC Barcelona


    [​IMG]

    Koeman, Erwin
    *1961, Holland, midfielder
    31 Caps (2 goals): 1983-1994
    World Cup finals 1990
    European Champion 1988
    European Cup II 1988
    466 league appearances (92 goals)

    1978-1979 FC Groningen (II. Divison)
    1979-1982 PSV Eindhoven
    1982-1985 FC Groningen
    1985-1990 KV Mechelen
    1990-1994 PSV Eindhoven
    1994-1998 FC Groningen


    Koeman, Ronald
    *1963, Holland, libero
    78 Caps (14 goals): 1983-1994
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    European Champion 1988
    European Champions Cup 1988, 1992
    Top Scorer Champions League 1994
    533 league appearances (193 goals)

    1980-1983 FC Groningen
    1983-1986 Ajax Amsterdam
    1986-1989 PSV Eindhoven
    1989-1995 FC Barcelona
    1995-1997 Feijenoord Rotterdam


    Kohler, Jürgen (“Kokser”)
    *1965, (West) Germany, center back
    105 Caps (2 goals): 1986-1998
    World Cup finals 1990 (Champion), 1994, 1998
    European Champion 1996
    Champions League 1997
    UEFA Cup 1993
    500 league appearances (30 goals)

    1983-1987 Waldhof Mannheim
    1987-1989 Cologne
    1989-1991 Bayern Munich
    1991-1995 Juventus
    1995-2002 Borussia Dortmund


    Kohlmeyer, Werner
    *1924, +1974, (West) Germany, left full back
    22 Caps (0 goals): 1951-1955
    World Cup finals 1954 (Champion)

    1941-1957 Kaiserslautern
    1957-1959 FC Homburg
    1959-1960 SV Bexbach (II. Division)


    Kolev, Ivan
    *1930, Bulgaria, inside and outside left
    75 Caps (25 goals): 1950-1966
    World Cup finals 1962, 1966

    1950-1968 CDNA/CSKA Sofia


    Koller, Karl
    *1929, Austria, left half back
    86 Caps (5 goals): 1952-1965
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958

    First FC Vienna


    Kolotov, Viktor Mihailovich
    *1949, +1999, Soviet Union (Ukraine), midfielder
    55 Caps (22 goals): 1970-1978
    European Cup II 1975
    286 league appearances (78 goals)

    1970-1981 Dynamo Kiev


    Kolyvanov, Igor
    *1968, Soviet Union/Russia, forward
    24 Caps (3 goals): 1989-1992 (for Soviet Union/C.I.S.)
    35 Caps (12 goals): 1992-1998 (for Russia)

    1986-1991 Dinamo Moscow
    1991-1996 Foggia


    [​IMG]

    Koncilia, Fritz (“Friedel”)
    *1948, Austria, goalkeeper
    84 Caps: 1970-1984
    World Cup finals 1978, 1986

    1967-1968 WSG Wattens
    1968-1978 Swarowski/Wacker Innsbruck
    1978-1979 RSC Anderlecht
    1979-1985 Austria Vienna


    Konkov, Anatoli
    *1949, Soviet Union (Ukraine), midfielder
    47 Caps (8 goals): 1971-1978
    European Cup II 1975

    1967-1974 Shaktyar Donezk
    1974-1981 Dynamo Kiev


    [​IMG]

    Kopa, Raymond (“Napoleon”)
    *1931, France, center forward and inside/outside right
    45 Caps (18 goals): 1952-1962
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958
    European Champions Cup 1957, 1958, 1959
    Golden Ball Europe 1958

    1949-1951 SCO Angers
    1951-1956 Stade Reims
    1956-1959 Real Madrid
    1959-1967 Stade Reims


    Kopecky, Vlastimil (“Vlasta”)
    *1912, +1967, Czechoslovakia, inside left
    23 Caps (5 goals): 1932-1948
    World Cup finals 1934, 1938
    329 league appearances (256 goals)

    1932-1934 Rapid Vinohrady
    1934-1948 Slavia Prague


    Köpke, Andreas
    *1962, Germany, goalkeeper
    59 Caps: 1990-1998
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998
    European Champion 1996
    Europe’s Best Keeper 1996
    410 league appearances

    1980-1986 Holstein Kiel (III. Division)
    1986-1994 Nuremberg
    1994-1996 Eintracht Frankfurt
    1996-1998 Olympique Marseille
    1998-1999 Nuremberg
    1999-2001 Nuremberg (II. Division)


    Körbel, Karl-Heinz (“Charly”)
    *1954, (West) Germany, midfielder and center back
    6 Caps (0 goals): 1974-1975
    UEFA Cup 1980
    602 Bundesliga appearances (45 goals)

    1972-1991 Eintracht Frankfurt


    [​IMG]

    Körner, Alfred
    *1926, Austria, outside and inside left
    47 Caps (14 goals): 1947-1958
    World Cup finals 1954, 1958

    1942-1959 Rapid Vienna
    1959-1962 Admira Wacker Vienna


    Kostadinov, Emil
    *1967, Bulgaria, center forward
    70 Caps (26 goals): 1988-1998
    World Cup finals 1994, 1998
    UEFA Cup 1996

    1984-1990 CSKA Sofia
    1990-1994 FC Porto
    1994-1995 Deportivo La Coruna
    1994-1996 Bayern Munich
    1996-1997 Fenerbahce Istanbul
    1997-1998 CSKA Sofia
    1998-1999 Tigres
    1999-2000 FSV Mainz 05 (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Krämer, Werner („Eia“)
    *1940, (West) Germany, inside and outside right
    13 Caps (3 goals): 1963-1967
    World Cup 1966

    1958-1966 MSV Duisburg
    1967-1969 Hamburg SV
    1969-1971 VfL Bochum (II. Division)
    1971-1973 VfL Bochum


    [​IMG]

    Krankl, Johann („Hans“, „Goleador“)
    *1953, Austria, center forward
    69 Caps (34 goals): 1973-1985
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982
    European Cup II 1979
    Golden Boot 1978
    Top Scorer Austria 1974, 1977, 1978, 1983
    Top Scorer Spain 1979
    473 league appearances (354 goals)

    1970-1971 Rapid Vienna
    1971-1972 AC Vienna (II. Division)
    1972-1978 Rapid Vienna
    1978-1980 FC Barcelona
    1979-1980 First FC Vienna
    1980-1981 FC Barcelona
    1980-1986 Rapid Vienna
    1986-1988 SC Vienna
    1987-1988 SC Krems
    1988-1989 Casino Salzburg (II. Division)


    Kremers, Erwin
    *1949, (West) Germany, outside left
    15 Caps (3 goals): 1972-1974
    European Champion 1972
    261 Bundesliga appearances (61 goals)

    1967-1969 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1969-1970 Kickers Offenback (II. Division)
    1970-1971 Kickers Offenbach
    1971-1979 Schalke 04


    [​IMG]

    Kreuz, Willi
    *1949, Austria, center forward and midfielder
    56 Caps (10 goals): 1969-1981
    World Cup finals 1978
    Top Scorer Austria 1971
    459 league appearances (186 goals)

    1966-1972 Admira Wacker Vienna
    1972-1974 Sparta Rotterdam
    1974-1978 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1978-1983 VOEST Linz


    [​IMG]

    Kristensen, Jörgen
    *1946, Denmark, forward
    19 Caps (3 goals): 1971-1978
    UEFA Cup 1974

    1967-1968 Köge BK
    1968-1972 Sparta Rotterdam
    1972-1976 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1976-1978 Hertha BSC
    1978-1980 Chicago Stings
    1979-1980 Tulsa Rednecks
    1980-1981 Calgary Bloomers


    Krol, Rudolf Jozef (“Ruud”)
    *1949, Holland, left full back and libero
    83 Caps (4 goals): 1969-1983
    World Cup finals 1974, 1978
    European Champions Cup 1971, 1972, 1973
    Intercontinental Cup 1972
    446 league appearances (24 goals)

    1968-1980 Ajax Amsterdam
    1979-1980 Vancouver Whitecaps
    1980-1984 SSC Napoli
    1984-1986 AS Cannes (II. Division)
     
  24. Gregoriak

    Gregoriak BigSoccer Supporter

    Feb 27, 2002
    Bolzplatz
    [​IMG]

    Kubala, Laszlo (a.k.a. Ladislav, Ladislao)
    *1927, +2002, Hungary, inside right, center forward and outside right
    6 Caps (4 goals): 1946-1947 (for Czechoslovakia)
    4 Caps (3 goals): 1948 (for Hungary)
    19 Caps (11 goals): 1953-1961 (for Spain)
    346 league appearances (202 goals)

    1944-1945 Ganz Torna Egylet Budapest
    1945-1946 Ferencvaros Budapest
    1946-1948 SK Bratislava
    1948-1949 Vasas Budapest
    1949-1951 No Club
    1951-1961 FC Barcelona
    1961-1963 No Club
    1963-1964 Espanol Barcelona
    1964-1967 FC Zürich
    1967-1968 Toronto Falcons


    Kuntz, Stefan
    *1962, Germany, center forward
    25 Caps (6 goals): 1993-1997
    World Cup finals 1994
    European Champion 1996
    Top Scorer Germany 1986, 1994
    449 Bundesliga appearances (179 goals)

    1983-1986 VfL Bochum
    1986-1989 Bayer Uerdingen
    1989-1995 Kaiserslautern
    1995-1996 Besiktas Istanbul
    1996-1998 Arminia Bielefeld
    1998-1999 VfL Bochum


    Kupcewicz, Janusz
    *1955, Poland, midfielder
    20 Caps (5 goals): 1976-1983
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982

    1974-1982 Arka Gdynia
    1982-1983 Lech Poznan
    1983-1984 AS St. Etienne
    1984-1985 AS St. Etienne (II. Division)
    1985-1986 Larissa (Greece)
    1986-1988 Lechnia Gdansk
    1988-1989 Adanaspor (Turkey)


    Kurbjuweit, Lothar
    *1950, (East) Germany, midfielder and center back
    59 Caps (3 goals): 1970-1981
    World Cup finals 1974
    357 league appearances (26 goals)

    1968-1970 Stahl Riesa
    1970-1983 FC Carl-Zeiss Jena
    1983-1984 FC Chemie Halle


    Kusnetzov, Oleg
    *1965, Soviet Union/Ukraine, center back
    63 Caps (1 goal): 1986-1992 (for Soviet Union/C.I.S.)
    3 Caps (0 goals): 1992-1995 (for Ukraine)
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990
    European Cup II 1986

    Dynamo Kiev
    Glasgow Rangers
    Maccaiba Haifa


    Kuzorra, Ernst (“Clemens”)
    *1905, +1990, Germany, inside left and center forward
    12 Caps (7 goals): 1927-1938

    1922-1950 Schalke 04


    [​IMG]

    Kvasnak, Andrej
    *1936, Czechoslovakia, inside left
    47 Caps (13 goals): 1960-1970
    World Cup finals 1962, 1970
    248 league appearances (83 goals)

    1956-1958 Dukla Trencin, Tankista Prague, Dukla Pardubice
    1959-1961 VSS Kosice
    1961-1969 Sparta Prague
    1969-1972 FC Mechelen


    Laband, Friedrich (“Fritz”)
    *1925, +1982, (West) Germany, right full back
    4 Caps (0 goals): 1954
    World Cup finals 1954 (Champion)
    143 league appearances for Hamburg

    1945-1950 Anker Wismar
    1950-1955 Hamburg SV
    1955-1956 Werder Bremen


    [​IMG]

    Labone, Brian
    *1940, England, center back
    26 Caps (0 goals): 1962-1970
    World Cup finals 1970
    451 league appearances (2 goals)

    1957-1971 Everton FC


    [​IMG]

    Labruna, Angel Amadeo (“Dientudo”)
    *1918, +1983, Argentina, inside left
    37 Caps (17 goals): 1942-1958
    World Cup finals 1958
    Copa America 1946, 1955
    Top Scorer Argentina 1943, 1945
    536 league appearances (295 goals)

    1939-1959 River Plate
    1959-1960 Rampla Juniors Montevideo
    1960-1961 Rangers de Talca Chile
    1960-1961 CA Platense Buenos Aires (II. Division)


    Lacatus, Marius Mihai
    *1964, Romania, right wing and center forward
    84 Caps (13 goals): 1984-1998
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994, 1998
    414 league appearances (103 goals)

    1982-1990 Steaua Bucarest
    1990-1991 Fiorentina
    1991-1993 FC Oviedo
    1993-1999 Steaua Bucarest


    Lacombe, Bernard
    *1952, France, forward
    38 Caps (12 goals): 1973-1984
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982
    European Champion 1984
    496 league appearances (254 goals)

    1969-1978 Olympique Lyon
    1978-1987 Girondins Bordeaux


    Lala, Jan
    *1936, Czechoslovakia, right full back
    37 Caps (1 goal): 1962-1967
    World Cup finals 1962

    Slavia Prague


    Lambert, Raoul (“Lotte”)
    *1944, Belgium, center forward
    33 Caps (18 goals): 1966-1977
    World Cup finals 1970
    Top Scorer Belgium 1972

    1970-1980 Club Bruges


    Langara, Isidro (“Vasco”)
    *1912, +1992, Spain, center forward
    12 Caps (17 goals): 1932-1936
    World Cup finals 1934
    Top Scorer Spain 1934, 1935, 1936, 1940
    Top Scorer Mexico 1946
    287 league appearances (336 goals)

    1933-1936 FC Oviedo
    1936-1938 did not play
    1938-1939 Euzkadi
    1939-1943 San Lorenzo Buenos Aires
    1943-1946 Real Espana Ciudad de Mexico
    1946-1948 Real Oviedo


    Lantos, Mihaly
    *1918, +1990, Hungary, left full back
    53 Caps (5 goals): 1949-1956
    World Cup finals 1954

    1940-1961 MTK Budapest


    Lapetra, Carlos
    *1938, Spain, outside left
    13 Caps (1 goal): 1963-1966
    World Cup finals 1966
    European Champion 1964

    1959-1969 Real Zaragoza


    Larios, Jean-Francois
    *1956, France, midfielder
    17 Caps (5 goals): 1978-1982
    World Cup finals 1982

    1973-1977 AS St. Etienne
    1977-1978 SEC Bastia
    1978-1983 AS St. Etienne
    1983-1984 Manic Montreal
    1983-1984 Atletico Madrid
    1984-1986 Olympique Lyon
    1986-1988 Xamax Neuchatel


    Larqué, Jean-Michel
    *1947, France, midfielder
    14 Caps (2 goals): 1969-1976

    1965-1977 AS St. Etienne
    1977-1978 Paris St. Germain
    1978-1982 Racing Club Paris


    Larrosa, Omar
    *1947, Argentina, midfielder
    11 Caps (0 goals): 1977-1978
    World Cup finals 1978 (Champion)

    Indepediente


    Larsson, Bosse (“Bo”)
    *1944, Sweden, forward and half back
    70 Caps (17 goals): 1964-1978
    World Cup finals 1970, 1974, 1978
    Top Scorer Sweden 1963, 1965, 1970

    1961-1966 Malmö FF
    1966-1969 VfB Stuttgart
    1969-1980 Malmö FF / Trelleborg FF


    [​IMG]

    Laseroms, Theo
    *1940, +1991, Holland, center back
    6 Caps (1 goals): 1965-1970
    European Champions Cup 1970
    Intercontinental Cup 1970
    425 league appearances (48 goals)

    1958-1963 NAC Breda
    1963-1967 Sparta Rotterdam
    1967-1968 Pittsburgh Phantoms
    1968-1972 Feijenoord Rotterdam
    1972-1974 AA Gent


    Latal, Radoslav
    *1970, Czech Republic, midfielder
    58 Caps (3 goals): 1991-2001
    UEFA Cup 1997
    187 Bundesliga appearances (14 goals)

    1991-1994 Sigma Olomouc
    1994-2001 Sigma Olomouc
    2001-2002 Sparta Prague
    2002-2005 Banik Ostrava


    [​IMG]

    Latchford, Robert Dennis (“Bob”)
    *1951, England, center forward
    12 Caps (5 goals): 1978-1979
    Top Scorer England 1978
    373 league appearances (167 goals)

    1968-1972 Birmingham City (II. Division)
    1972-1974 Birmingham City
    1973-1981 Everton FC
    1981-1983 Swansea City
    1983-1984 Swansea City (II. Division)


    [​IMG]

    Lato, Grzegorz (“Bolek”)
    *1950, Poland, outside right
    104 Caps (45 goals): 1971-1984
    World Cup finals 1974 (Top Scorer), 1978, 1982
    Top Scorer Poland 1973, 1975

    1968-1979 Stal Mielec
    1979-1982 SC Lokeren
    1982-1982 Atlante (Mexico)
    1982-1983 Toronto Nationals
    1984-1986 Polonia Club Hamilton (Canada)


    Laudrup, Brian
    *1969, Denmark, forward
    82 Caps (21 goals): 1987-1998
    World Cup finals 1998
    European Champion 1992
    332 league appearances (84 goals)

    1986-1989 Bröndby IF
    1989-1990 Bayer Uerdingen
    1990-1992 Bayern Munich
    1992-1993 Fiorentina
    1993-1994 AC Milan
    1994-1998 Glasgow Rangers
    1998-1999 Chelsea FC
    1998-1999 FC Copenhagen
    1999-2000 Ajax Amsterdam


    [​IMG]

    Laudrup, Michael
    *1964, Denmark, midfielder
    104 Caps (37 goals): 1982-1998
    World Cup finals 1986, 1998
    Champions League 1992
    Intercontinental Cup 1985
    464 league appearances (117 goals)

    1982-1983 Bröndby IF
    1983-1985 Lazio
    1985-1989 Juventus
    1989-1994 FC Barcelona
    1994-1996 Real Madrid
    1996-1997 Vissel Kobe (Japan)
    1997-1998 Ajax Amsterdam


    Lauridsen, John
    *1959, Denmark, midfielder
    27 Caps (3 goals): 1981-1988

    1980-1981 Esbjerg
    1981-1988 Espanyol Barcelona


    [​IMG]

    Law, Dennis (“King”)
    *1940, Scotland, inside forward
    55 Caps (30 goals): 1959-1974
    World Cup finals 1974
    European Champions Cup 1968
    Golden Ball Europe 1964
    Top Scorer European Champions Cup 1969
    Top Scorer Fairs Cup 1965
    404 league appearances (211 goals)

    1955-1960 Huddersfield Town (II. Division)
    1960-1961 Manchester City
    1961-1962 Torino
    1962-1973 Manchester United
    1973-1974 Manchester City


    Lawler, Chris
    *1943, England, right full back
    4 Caps (1 goal): 1971-1972
    UEFA Cup 1973, 1976
    406 league appearances (29 goals)

    1962-1976 Liverpool FC


    [​IMG]

    Lawrenson, Mark
    *1957, Ireland, center back, full back and midfielder
    39 Caps (5 goals): 1977-1987
    European Champions Cup 1984
    314 league appearances (13 goals)

    1974-1977 Preston North End (III. Division)
    1977-1979 Brighton & Hove Albion (II. Division)
    1979-1981 Brighton & Hove Albion
    1981-1988 Liverpool FC


    [​IMG]

    Lawton, Thomas (“Tommy”)
    *1919, +1996, England, center forward
    23 Caps (22 goals): 1939-1949
    Top Scorer England 1938, 1939

    1935-1937 Burnley FC (II. Division)
    1936-1945 Everton FC
    1945-1948 Chelsea FC
    1948-1954 Notts County
    1954-1956 Arsenal FC
     
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    [​IMG]

    Leandro, José de Sousa Ferreira
    *1959, Brazil, right full back
    36 Caps (3 goals): 1981-1995
    World Cup finals 1982
    Copa Libertadores 1981
    Intercontinental Cup 1981

    1978-1990 Flamengo


    [​IMG]

    Leão, Emerson
    *1949, Brazil, goalkeeper
    80 Caps: 1970-1986
    World Cup finals 1970 (Champion), 1974, 1978, 1986

    1966-1967 Sao José
    1967-1968 Commercial Ribeiro Preto
    1968-1978 Palmeiras
    1978-1980 Vasco da Gama
    1980-1982 Gremio RS
    1982-1983 Corinthians
    1984-1986 Palmeiras
    1986-1987 Sport Recife


    Lechkov, Yordan
    *1967, Bulgaria, midfielder
    45 Caps (5 goals): 1989-1998
    World Cup finals 1994

    1985-1991 FC Sliven
    1991-1992 CSKA Sofia
    1992-1996 Hamburg SV
    1996-1997 Olympique Marseille
    1997-1998 Besiktas


    [​IMG]

    Lee, Francis ("Franny")
    *1944, England, center forward
    27 Caps (10 goals): 1969-1972
    World Cup finals 1970
    European Cup II 1970
    Top Scorer England 1972
    311 league appearances for City and Derby (137 goals)

    1961-1964 Bolton Wanderers
    1964-1967 Bolton Wanderers (II. Division)
    1967-1974 Manchester City
    1974-1976 Derby County


    Lee, Samuel (“Sammy”)
    *1959, England, midfielder
    14 Caps (2 goals): 1982-1984
    European Champions Cup 1977, 1978, 1981, 1984
    UEFA Cup 1976
    197 league appearances for Liverpool (13 goals)

    Liverpool FC (1975-1986)
    Queens Park Rangers
    Osasuna
    Southampton FC
    Bolton Wanderers


    Leighton, James (“Jim”)
    *1958, Scotland, goalkeeper
    91 Caps: 1983-1999
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986, 1990, 1998
    European Cup II 1983, 1991
    614 league appearances

    1978-1988 Aberdeen FC
    1988-1991 Manchester United
    1990-1991 Arsenal FC
    1991-1992 Manchester United
    1991-1992 Reading (III. Division)
    1991-1992 Dundee FC (II. Division)
    1992-1993 Dundee FC
    1992-1993 Sheffield Wednesday
    1993-1997 Hibernian Edinburgh
    1997-2000 Aberdeen FC


    [​IMG]

    Leivinha, Joao Leiva Campos Filho
    *1949, Brazil, forward
    21 Caps (7 goals): 1972-1974
    World Cup finals 1974

    1966-1971 Portuguesa
    1971-1975 Palmeiras
    1975-1979 Atletico Madrid
    1978-1979 Sao Paulo FC


    [​IMG]

    Lennox, Bobby
    *1943, Scotland, linkman
    10 Caps (3 goals): 1967-1970
    European Champions Cup 1967

    1961-1977 Glasgow Celtic
    1977-1979 Houston Hurricanes
    1979-1980 Glasgow Celtic


    Lenstra, Abe
    *1920, +1985, Holland, inside left
    47 Caps (33 goals): 1940-1959

    1937-1955 SC Heerenveen
    1955-1963 SC Enschede


    Lefter, Kücükandonyadis
    *1926, Turkey, inside left
    46 Caps (20 goals): 1948-1961
    World Cup finals 1954

    1946-1947 Taksim
    1947-1951 Fenerbahce
    1951-1953 Fiorentina
    1953-1954 OGC Nice
    1954-1963 Fenerbahce


    Lehner, Ernst
    *1912, +1986, Germany, outside right
    65 Caps (30 goals): 1933-1942
    World Cup finals 1934, 1938

    1930-1940 Schwaben Augsburg
    1940-1942 BW Berlin
    1942-1947 Schwaben Augsburg


    [​IMG]

    Leonardo, Nascimento de Araujo
    *1969, Brazil, left wing midfielder
    55 Caps (7 goals): 1990-2001
    World Cup finals 1994 (Champion), 1998
    Champions League 2003
    Intercontinental Cup 1993

    1987-1990 Flamengo
    1990-1991 Sao Paulo FC
    1991-1993 FC Valencia
    1993-1994 Sao Paulo FC
    1994-1996 Kashima Antlers
    1996-1997 Paris St. Germain
    1997-2001 AC Milan
    2001-2002 Sao Paulo FC
    2001-2003 Flamengo
    2002-2003 AC Milan


    [​IMG]

    Leonidas, da Silva
    *1913, +2004, Brazil, center forward
    19 Caps (22 goals): 1932-1946
    World Cup finals 1934, 1938 (Top Scorer)
    Top Scorer Brazil 1940

    1928-1929 Sao Cristovao
    1929-1930 Sirio a Libanes
    1931-1932 Bonsuccesso
    1932-1933 Penarol
    1934-1935 Vasco da Gama
    1935-1936 Botafogo
    1936-1941 Flamengo
    1942-1951 FC Sao Paulo


    Lerby, Sören
    *1958, Denmark, midfielder
    67 Caps (10 goals): 1978-1989
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Champions Cup 1988
    Top Scorer European Champions Cup 1980
    403 league appearances (108 goals)

    1975-1983 Ajax Amsterdam
    1983-1986 Bayern Munich
    1986-1987 AS Monaco
    1987-1990 PSV Eindhoven


    Lerond, André
    *1930, France, left half and full back
    31 Caps (0 goals): 1957-1963
    World Cup finals 1958

    1951-1959 Olympique Lyon
    1959-1963 Stade Francais


    Le Roux, Yvon
    *1960, France, center back
    28 Caps (1 goal): 1983-1989
    World Cup finals 1986
    European Champion 1984

    1977-1983 Stade Brest (II. Division)
    1983-1985 AS Monaco
    1985-1987 FC Nantes
    1987-1989 Olympique Marseille
    1989-1990 Paris St. Germain


    [​IMG]

    Libuda, Reinhard („Stan“)
    *1942, +1996, (West) Germany, outside right
    26 Caps (3 goals): 1963-1971
    World Cup finals 1970
    European Cup II 1966
    264 Bundesliga appearances (28 goals)

    1962-1965 Schalke 04
    1965-1968 Borussia Dortmund
    1968-1973 Schalke 04
    1972-1974 Racing Strasbourg
    1973-1976 Schalke 04


    [​IMG]

    Liebrich, Werner
    *1927, +1995, (West) Germany, center half
    16 Caps (0 goals): 1951-1956
    World Cup finals 1954 (Champion)

    1945-1962 Kaiserslautern


    Liedholm, Nils (“Nisse”)
    *1922, Sweden, inside left and center half
    23 Caps (12 goals): 1947-1958
    World Cup finals 1958
    359 Serie A appearances (81 goals)

    1940-1943 Valdemarksvik IF (II. Division)
    1943-1946 IF Sleipner
    1946-1949 IFK Norrköping
    1949-1961 AC Milan


    [​IMG]

    Lineker, Gary Winston
    *1960, England, center forward
    80 Caps (48 goals): 1984-1992
    World Cup finals 1986 (Top Scorer), 1990
    European Cup II 1989
    Top Scorer England 1985, 1986
    334 league appearances (189 goals)

    1978-1980 Leicester City (II. Division)
    1980-1981 Leicester City
    1981-1983 Leicester City (II. Division)
    1983-1985 Leicester City
    1985-1986 Everton FC
    1986-1989 FC Barcelona
    1989-1992 Tottenham Hotspur
    1992-1993 Grampus Eight Nagoya


    Litovchenko, Gennadi
    *1963, Soviet Union/Ukraine, midfielder
    58 Caps (15 goals): 1984-1990 (for Soviet Union)
    4 Caps (0 goals): 1993-1994 (for Ukraine)
    World Cup finals 1986, 1990

    1981-1987 Dnepr Dnepropetrovsk
    1987-1990 Dynamo Kiev
    1990-1994 Olympiakos Piraeus


    Littbarski, Pierre (“Litti”, „Little Barski“)
    *1960, (West) Germany, right wing and midfielder
    73 Caps (18 goals): 1981-1990
    World Cup finals 1982, 1986, 1990 (Champion)
    406 Bundesliga appearances (116 goals)

    1978-1986 Cologne
    1986-1987 Racing Club Paris
    1987-1993 Cologne
    1993-1995 JEF United Ichihara
    1995-1996 Brummel Sendai


    [​IMG]

    Lloyd, Larry
    *1948, England, center back
    4 Caps (0 goals): 1971-1980
    European Champions Cup 1979, 1980
    UEFA Cup 1973
    322 league appearances (12 goals)

    1967-1969 Bristol Rovers (III. Division)
    1969-1974 Liverpool FC
    1974-1976 Coventry City
    1976-1977 Nottingham Forest (II. Division)
    1977-1981 Nottingham Forest


    Lodetti, Giovanni
    *1942, Italy, inside forward
    17 Caps (2 goals): 1964-1968
    World Cup finals 1966
    European Champion 1968
    European Champions Cup 1963, 1969
    Intercontinental Cup 1969
    European Cup II 1968

    1961-1970 AC Milan


    [​IMG]

    Lofthouse, Nathaniel (“Nat”)
    *1925, England, center forward
    33 Caps (30 goals): 1950-1958
    World Cup finals 1954
    Top Scorer England 1956
    452 league appearances (255 goals)

    1946-1961 Bolton Wanderers


    Löhr, Johannes (“Hannes”)
    *1942, (West) Germany, outside left and center forward
    20 Caps (5 goals): 1967-1970
    World Cup finals 1970
    Top Scorer Germany 1968
    381 Bundesliga appearances (166 goals)

    1962-1964 Spfr. Saarbrücken (II. Division)
    1964-1978 Cologne


    Lopez, Christian
    *1953, France (Algeria), center back
    39 Caps (1 goal): 1975-1982
    World Cup finals 1978, 1982

    1970-1982 AS St. Etienne
    1982-1985 FC Toulouse


    [​IMG]

    Losi, Giacomo
    *1935, Italy, sweeper and full back
    11 Caps (0 goals): 1960-1962
    World Cup finals 1962
    Fairs Cup 1961
    386 Serie A appearances (2 goals)

    Roma


    Lorant, Gyula
    *1923, +1981, Hungary, center half
    37 Caps (0 goals): 1948-1955
    World Cup finals 1954

    Köszegi SC
    Szombathely FC
    Nagyvaradyi AC
    Nagyvaradyi SK
    Vasas Budapest
    Honved Budapest


    [​IMG]

    Lorimer, Peter
    *1946, Scotland, outside right
    21 Caps (4 goals): 1970-1976
    World Cup finals 1974
    Fairs Cup 1968, 1971
    Top Scorer Fairs Cup 1968
    526 league appearances (168 goals)

    1963-1964 Leeds United (II. Division)
    1964-1978 Leeds United
    1978-1979 Toronto Blizzard
    1979-1980 York City (IV. Division)
    1980-1983 Vancouver Whitecaps
    1983-1985 Leeds United (II. Division)
    1985-1986 Whitby (III. Division)
    1986-1987 Hapoel Haifa


    Lubanski, Wlodzimierz Leonard („Wlodek“)
    *1947, Poland, center forward
    80 Caps (50 goals): 1963-1980
    World Cup finals 1978
    Top Scorer European Cup II 1970, 1971
    Top Scorer Poland 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969
    426 league appearances (237 goals)

    1962-1963 Piast Gliwice
    1963-1975 Gornik Zabrze
    1975-1982 SC Lokeren
    1982-1983 US Valenciennes (II. Division)
    1993-1985 Stade Quimpar (II. Division)
    1984-1985 Racing Club Mechelen (II. Division)


    Luizinho, Luiz Carlos Ferreira
    *1958, Brazil, center back
    34 Caps (2 goals): 1980-1983
    World Cup finals 1982

    1975-1977 Vila Nova
    1977-1989 Atletico Mineiro
    1988-1992 Sporting Lisboa
    1992-1994 Cruzeiro
    1994-1996 Vila Nova


    Lupescu, Ioan Angelo
    *1968, Romania, midfielder
    73 Caps (6 goals): 1988-2000
    World Cup finals 1990, 1994
    227 Bundesliga appearances (10 goals)

    1986-1990 Dinamo Bucharest
    1990-1996 Bayer Leverkusen
    1996-1998 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    1998-2000 Dinamo Bucharest


    Luque, Leopoldo Jacinto
    *1949, Argentina, forward
    45 Caps (22 goals): 1975-1981
    World Cup finals 1978 (Champion)
    261 league appearances (100 goals)

    1972-1973 Rosario Central
    1973-1974 Union Santa Fé
    1975-1980 River Plate
    1980-1981 Union Santa Fé
    1981-1983 Racing Buenos Aires
    1983-1984 Chacarita Juniors
     

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