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61 jaar betaald voetbal: Abe Lenstra
生年月日 1920年11月27日
出生地 ヘーレンフェーンオランダ
死亡日 1985年9月2日(64歳)
死亡場所 ヘーレンフェーンオランダ

身長171 cm、体重69 kg

 

ポジションはフォワード(左ウイング)、ミッドフィールダー(左サイドハーフ)。

 

利き足は両利き。

 

彼はオランダ史上最高の選手の一人と見なされている。

 

彼はフリジアの伝説でもあり、ヘーレンフェーンで名を馳せた。

 

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クラブ

ヘーレンフェーン
  • Northern First Division: 1941–42, 1942–43, 1943–44, 1945–46, 1946–47, 1947–48, 1948–49, 1949–50, 1950–51
  • Netherlands Football League Championship Runner-up: 1946–47, 1947–48
SC Enschede
  • Eredivisie Runner-up: 1957–58

個人

  • Netherlands All-Time Top Scorer: 1958–1959
  • Dutch Sportsman of the Year: 1951, 1952
  • Netherlands Football League Championship Top Scorer: 1946–47, 1947–48

 

経歴

Abe Lenstra de eerste international van sc Heerenveen
チーム 出場 得点
1936〜1954 ヘーレンフェーン 500 (523)
1954–1960 SCエンスヘーデ
1960–1963 Enschedese Boys
合計 730  (700)
代表
1940〜1959 オランダ 47 (33)

 

Lenstra played for a host of clubs such as SC Enschede, Enschedese Boys, PH: DOS ’19, WSV, DOS Kampen and vv LTC. However, it was with VV Heerenveen (the previous name of current day sc Heerenveen) where he first was selected for the Dutch national team. When in 1954 professional football was introduced in the Netherlands the already 33-year-old Abe Lenstra moved from VV Heerenveen to the bigger SC Enschede. It was in Enschede where he missed his best chance of ever winning the Dutch title: in 1958 SC Enschede lost the first and last Eredivisie final ever after 180 minutes from DOS Utrecht. In 1960, he made the move to the rivals Enschedese Boys, where he ended his professional career in 1963.

With the national team, for which he played a total of 47 caps scoring 33 goals, he struck a partnership with other internationals such as Faas Wilkes and Kees Rijvers. He was known to stand by his principles and objected to play for the national squad if he was not selected for the position he favoured.

 

エピソード

Meindert Talma – Abe Lenstra

It was Lenstra who put the name of sc Heerenveen on the footballing map, where the club was also fondly referred to as ‘Abeveen’. In 1977, long after he retired from football, he was diagnosed with having a brain haemorrhage and spent the remainder of his life using a wheelchair. He died in 1985, just a few days before the first ever international match in the stadium that a year later would bear his name.

 

Today, his name has been closely associated with sc Heerenveen and its stadium: The (first and second) Abe Lenstra Stadion has been named in his honour as a lasting memorial to this Dutch football hero.

 

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Abe Lenstra biografie

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