Staantribune #30: Brentford FC

Staantribune

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For the cover article of Staantribune # 30, Joris van de Wier was able to finish one of Brentford's last home games at Griffin Park just in time, before the corona crisis broke out. In an extensive report, the British football expert talks about his love for the stadium, which he visited several times and in various capacities.

Julian Droog traveled to Romania, where he visited Ioan Sabău, one of the best players of the 1990s according to many Feyenoord supporters, but nevertheless somewhat forgotten. Milan Haak and photographer Marco Magielse were able to book a table in the Wokstadion Zwolle, from where they could follow a home game of PEC.

In addition, Menno Pot wrote a personal story about the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam (with beautiful photos!), We look back with various supporters on the first national title of FC Twente in club history, ten years ago, and we find out how it is again. was fed up with the mysterious Voodooman , who stood along the field in a bright green suit 25 years ago during the Champions League final between Ajax and AC Milan. Did Ajax owe the Cup with the Big Ears to him? Vincent de Vries wrote a poignant article about the last period in the life of the recently deceased Fernando Ricksen.

The regular features are also included:

- The Goal: a goal by Roger Milla during the 1990 World Cup
- The Portrait: Frank Heinen about George Weah
- The Shirt: Emilio Butragueño in the immaculate white of Real Madrid (1988)
- Football & Music: Manchester United & Status Quo
- Column Frank Heinen
- De Voetbalstad: Deventer

And all that with beautiful photos of Stuart Roy Clarke and Marco Magielse, among others !

Note from Stanchion:

This publication is entirely in Dutch, with no English translation available. However, there are more than enough photos and kits to satisfy any non-Dutch speaker!

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21 x 29 cm
Paperback
106 pages
Dutch