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See all the players' pictures on Nigel Mercer's site at FKS 1970-71 - Feijenoord

Feijenoord 1970

Top row, left to right Eddy Treytel, Dick Schneider, Jan Boskamp, Henk Wery, Theo Laseroms, Bram Geilman
Middle row, left to right Henk van Leeuwen, Willem van Hanegem,
Lex Schoenmaker, Rinus Bosgieter, Hans Posthumus, Joop van Daele, Theo van Duivenbode, Rinus Israel, Gerard Meijer (physio)
Front row, left to right René van Eck (assistant coach), Wim Rijsbergen, Wim Jansen, Matthias Maiwald, Coen Moulijn, Franz Hasil, Piet Romijn, Ernst Happel (trainer/coach)

Feijenoord, or Feyenoord as they are now known, are included in the 1970-71 F.K.S. World of Soccer Stars book as the European Cup finalists of the 1969-70 season, along with Celtic. Teams from the Netherlands were at an unprecedented peak at this time. Following Ajax's defeat in the European Cup to AC Milan in 1969, Feyenoord won the 1970 final, and Ajax then went on to win the next three. Feyenoord also won the UEFA Cup in 1974. Many people believed the Dutch deserved to win the 1974 World Cup, and they doublessly would have done had they not had to face the competition's host West Germany in the Final. Their 1978 World Cup Final defeat to the next hosts in Argentina, remains arguably the best European effort on non-European soil in the history of the competition.

Feyenoord were last Dutch League champions in 1998-99, and were 3rd last year (2003-04). They have a history of 14 League Championships, which is third in total to Ajax's 29 and PSV Eindhoven's 17. Their 10 Cup wins is second only to Ajax's 15 wins.

The information on the players on this page has been provided for by Han van Eijden, whom I most definately now owe a pint. To receive this information was one of the great joys of ever having started this whole web page thing, thanks Han. Be sure to visit Han's own site at Internet Football (Old) Grounds Guide

Trainer: Ernst Happel

Where are they now ?: December 2004


390. Theo van
Duivenbode

Born : Amsterdam, 1 November, 1943.

Career: Spartaan, Ajax, Feyenoord.

First game for Feyenoord: July 1969

Netherlands Internationals: 5 caps, 0 goals.

Where are they now ?: See April 2000, December 2004


391. Ruud
Geels

Born: Haarlem, 28 July, 1948.

Career : D.S.S., Onze Gazellen, Telstar, Feyenoord, Anderlecht, Ajax, P.S.V.

First game for Feyenoord: July 1966

Netherlands Internationals: 20 caps, 11 goals.

Where are they now ?: E-mail Bob if you know !


392. Guus
Haak

Born: Den Haag, 17 April, 1937.

Career: V.C.S., A.D.O., Feyenoord.

First game for Feyenoord: July 1962.

Netherlands Internationals: 14 caps, 0 goals.

Where are they now ?: See April 2000,


393. Wim van
Hanegem

Born: Breskens, 20 February, 1944.

Career: Velox, Xerxes, Xerxes/D.H.C., Feyenoord, AZ Alkmaar, Utrecht.

First game for Feyenoord: July 1968

Netherlands Internationals: 52 caps, 6 goals.

Where are they now ?: See April 2000, April 2001, December 2004

Wim becomes Assistant Coach for the Netherlands, see January 2002 News


394. Franz
Hasil

Born: Vienna, 28 July, 1944

Career: Rapid Wien, Schalke '04, Feyenoord

First game for Feyenoord: July 1969

Where are they now ?: See April 2000, December 2004


395. Rinus
Israël

Born: Amsterdam, 19 March, 1942.

Career: D.W.V., D.W.S., Feyenoord, Zwolle, Excelsior.

First game for Feyenoord: July 1966

Netherlands Internationals: 47 caps, 3 goals.

Where are they now ?: See April 2000, April 2001, December 2004


396. Wim
Jansen

Born: Rotterdam, 28 November, 1946.

Career: Feyenoord, Ajax.

First game for Feyenoord: August 1966

Netherlands Internationals: 65 caps, 1 goal.

Where are they now ?: See April 2000, December 2004


397. Ove
Kindvall

Born: Norrkoping, 16 May 1943.

Career: Norrkoping, Feyenoord.

First game for Feyenoord: November, 1966.

Where are they now ?: See April 2000


398. Theo
Laseroms

Born: Roosendaal, 8 March, 1940. Died 1991.

Career: R.B.C., N.A.C., Sparta, Pittsburg Phantoms, Feyenoord.

First game for Feyenoord: January 1968.

Netherlands Internationals: 6 caps, 1 goal.

Where are they now ?: December 2004


399. Coen
Moulijn

Born: Rotterdam 15 February, 1937.

Career: Xerves, Feyenoord.

First game for Feyenoord: July 1955.

Netherlands Internationals: 38 caps, 4 goals.

Where are they now ?: See April 2000, December 2004


400. Eddy Pieters -
Graafland

Born: Amsterdam, 5 January, 1934

Career: Ajax, Feyenoord.

First game for Feyenoord: July 1958.

Netherlands Internationals: 47 caps, 0 goals

Where are they now ?: See April 2000


401. Piet
Romeijn

Born: Schiedam, 10 September, 1939.

Career: S.V.V., Feyenoord

First game for Feyenoord: July 1962

Netherlands Internationals: 4 caps, 1 goal.

Where are they now ?: See April 2000, December 2004


402. Eddy
Treytel (Treijtel)

Born: Rotterdam, 28 May, 1946.

Career: Schiebroek, Xerves, Xerves/D.H.C., Feyenoord.

First game for Feyenoord: August 1969

Netherlands Internationals: 5 caps, 0 goals.

Where are they now ?: See April 2000, December 2004


403. Cor
Veldhoen

Born: Rotterdam, 6 April, 1939.

Career: Feyenoord.

First game for Feyenoord: August 1956.

Netherlands Internationals: 27 caps. 0 goals.

Where are they now ?: See April 2000


404. Henk
Wery

Born: Amersfoort, 10 June, 1943.

Career: H.V.C, D.W.S., D.O.S., Feyenoord.

First game for Feyenoord: July 1968.

Netherlands Internationals: 12 games, 3 goals.

Where are they now ?: See April 2000, December 2004


Further players listed by Han

Rinus Bosgieter

Where are they now? December 2004

Jan Boskamp

Where are they now? December 2004

Joop van Daele

Where are they now? December 2004

Bram Geilman (Later Gildeman)

Where are they now? December 2004

Henk van Leeuwen

Where are they now? December 2004

Matthias Maiwald

Where are they now? December 2004

Hans Posthumus

Where are they now? December 2004

Wim Rijsbergen

Where are they now? December 2004

Dick Schneider

Where are they now? December 2004

Lex Schoenmaker

Where are they now? December 2004

Further staff listed by Han

Assistant coach: René van Eck

Where are they now? December 2004

Physiotherapist: Gerard Meijer

Where are they now? December 2004

Further links on this site include...

Marc Bogman's recollection of the 1970-71 season

See Celtic v Feyenoord 22/1/2003

See European Cup 1970

See further players and their whereabouts listed in Han van Eijden's email, December 2004

For links on other sites see the following...

Click to see the Feijenoord pictures from the 1970-71 World of Soccer Stars Album at
Nigel Mercer logo
Nigel Mercer's Galleries of English Football Cards 1970-75



Jelle Vanhijfte's fantastic site features the Dutch equivalent of the
Wonderful World of Soccer Stars,
Dutch 1970-71
Waar zijn ze gebleven ?
(Where are they now ?)

Feyenoord's Official site

Holland 1974 - the Dutch World Cup team of 1974



Many many thanks to Han van Eijden for the team photo and much of the information added to the site

 
Bob Dunning
8 October 2005

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