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rensenbrink club brugge Club career Born in Amsterdam, Rensenbrink started his career at DWS, an Amsterdam amateur club, before moving to Belgian side Club Brugge in 1969. Between 1971 and 1980 he played for Anderlecht where he enjoyed his greatest club successes.


Rob Rensenbrink - The Snake Man [Best Goals & Skills

rensenbrink club brugge Rensenbrink earned 46 caps for the Netherlands, but played mainly for clubs across the border, in neighbouring Belgium. In 1969, he was brought to Club Brugge by coach Frans de Munck. Amsterdam amateur side DWS - the club for which Rensenbrink debuted and where he played for four years - received 450,000 guilders, the equivalent of roughly 200,000 euros.


Netherlands mourns two-time World Cup finalist Rensenbrink

Instead, to the surprise of many, in 1969 Robbie Rensenbrink crossed the border to join Belgian side Club Brugge for 450,000 guilders (about € 205,000).


Rob Rensenbrink - Player profile | Transfermarkt

First two seasons at Club Brugge, but he got signed by Anderlecht and that is where is rise to fame really began. He got his nickname Snake Man there, due to his tremendous dribbles. He won a plethora of silverware… Belgium titles, two European Cups, two Super Cups and in 1976 he was crowned best player of the year. He actually got voted the best player of the Belgium League Ever.


When Anderlecht and Club Brugge were amongst the kings of

rensenbrink club brugge Med Club Brugge vandt Rensenbrink en enkelt gang den belgiske pokaltitel. Tiden i Anderlecht var mere succesfuld, har var han med til at vinde to mesterskaber og fire pokaltitler, samt Pokalvindernes Europa Cup i både 1976 og 1978. Rensenbrink blev i 2004 udvalgt til FIFA 100, en kåring af de 125 bedste nulevende fodboldspillere gennem historien. Landshold. Rensenbrink nåede i løbet af sin


Hall of Fame: Rob Rensenbrink - Football Oranje

Feb 1, 2017 - 47. Rob Rensenbrink Home ⇒ World Football ⇒ Legendary Players This left-sided attacking player was instrumental as Holland reached two World Cup finals in 1974 and 1978. Born in Amsterdam, Rensenbrink spent most of his career in Belgium with Anderlecht winning several trophies including two European Cup Winner's Cups. He was a good dribbler and …


Rob Rensenbrink - Stats by club | Transfermarkt

Pieter Robert Rensenbrink (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈpitər ˈroːbərt (ˈrɔp) ˈrɛnsə(m)ˌbrɪŋk]; 3 July 1947 - 24 January 2020) was a Dutch footballer and member of the Dutch national football team that reached two World Cup finals in 1974 and 1978. A creative and prolific left winger or forward of conside


Farewell Snake Man Rensenbrink | Dutch Soccer / Football

Club Brugge confirms the death of his former player Rob Rensenbrink. The club wishes the next of kin a lot of strength. RIP Rob Rensenbrink. The Dutchman played at Club from 1969 to 1971 and scored 24 goals for Blauw-Zwart. Our sincere condolences to family, friends and acquaintances. #YouNeverWalkAlone. Avatar Author Club Brugge KVMoment of places21: 40 - 25 January 2020. Death Rob


Reactions to Rensenbrink's death: 'One of the best players

Gelukkige verjaardag Robbie ! Joyeux anniversaire Robbie ! Happy birthday ! #clublegend


Club Brugge 1-2 RSC Anderlecht (06/05/2018) - YouTube

rensenbrink club brugge Rob Rensenbrink, who has died aged 72, was one of the stars of the great Dutch national football side of the 1970s which reached consecutive World Cup finals; he came close to winning the second of


Rensenbrink - Fotos | IMAGO

'Het Slangenmens' But for the width of a post, he would have streets named after him in Amsterdam. A sinuous, commanding presence on the pitch, capable of


Rob Rensenbrink 1947 - 2020

rensenbrink club brugge Club career. Born in Amsterdam, Rensenbrink started his career at DWS, an Amsterdam amateur club, before moving to Belgian side Club Brugge in 1969. Between 1971 and 1980 he played for Anderlecht where he enjoyed his greatest club successes. In total when in Belgium he twice won the Belgian Championships, the Belgian Cup five times and at European club level the European Cup Winners' Cup twice


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