Quinton Fortune

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Belgian Club : AFC Tubize – 9 games, 0 goals Previous Clubs : Real Mallorca (SPA), Atletico Madrid (SPA), Manchester United (ENG), Bolton Wanderers (ENG), Brescia (ITA) Later Clubs : Doncaster Rovers (ENG) International : 46 A-caps South-Africa When the news broke that … Continued

Bocholterstraat, Bree

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SK Bree was founded in 1936 and has occupied for over 40 years the stadium at the Bocholterstraat, one the nicer stadiums in the lower national divisions. The team itself initially played in the provincial divisions and, among others, spent 32 consecutive seasons … Continued

Bergstraat, Hoeselt

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At the Bergstraat in Hoeselt lies the old stadium of Hoeselt VV, a team which for almost 30 years remained in the National Divisions and knew its apogee in the 79-80 season with a 1 year stay in the Second Division. To meet the expectations of a second … Continued

A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn, Estonia

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Clubs: FC Flora Tallinn, National Team of Estonia Capacity: 9.692 It took 10 years after independence in 1991 before the small Baltic Republic of Estonia would have a football stadium worthy of the name and capable of organising international football matches. The … Continued

William Prunier

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Belgian Club : KV Kortrijk – 14 games, 3 goals Previous Clubs : AJ Auxerre (FRA), Olympique Marseille (FRA), Girondins de Bordeaux (FRA), Manchester United (ENG), FC Kopenhagen (DEN), Montpellier HSC (FRA), SSC Napoli (ITA), Hearts of Midlothian (SCO) Later Clubs … Continued

Štadión Pasienky, Bratislava, Slovakia

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Club: FK Inter Bratislava Capacity: 13.295 “As if time has stood still“, that’s the impression you’ll get in the stadium of Inter Bratislava. With its largely outdoor stands, mega-sized scoreboard and typical “Communist“ light poles, the Štadión Pasienky  is a typical example … Continued