Coen MOULIJN | 1963-1970

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Coen MOULIJN | 1963-1970

Postby zingo » 2009 May 22, 20:39

Club: Feyenoord Rotterdam



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Coenraad "Coen" Moulijn was a former Dutch footballer who played for Feyenoord and was part of their European Cup victory in 1970.

Club career compared by some to Stanley Matthews, Moulijn is considered one of the most talented leftwingers in Dutch football history. Johan Cruyff added him to his alltime favorite Dutch national team, stating that "Coen mastered one movement better than anyone: threatening to pass his opponent through the center, and then speeding past him on the other side. He was an exceptionally talented football player. A typical product of the Dutch school."

Hans Kraay was a tough defender in Feyenoord in those days. “Coen was unique. Coaches tried to tell him how to play but he’d shrug and do his own thing. Like Messi. He played on intuition. His move to the inside was unique. He was able to make the opponent stand stiff like a puppet and he’d race past him. He didn’t look like much though. When I saw him first up close I didn’t even recognize him. He looked like an accountant.”

Rinus Israel: “He was a modest, hardworking man. I think the fans loved him because of that too. Whenever Coen would have ball possession, people would get religious experiences. I think he was the best Feyenoord player ever.”

Win Jansen: "Coen was tremendous. I dare to say that in pure football skills he was as good as Johan Cruyff. Johan was a leader and would impact the whole team, whereas Coen was an individual player, but man oh man, was he good."

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coen_Moulijn

http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coen_Moulijn

http://netherlands.worldcupblog.org/wor ... -ever.html
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Re: Coen MOULIJN | 1963-1970

Postby Plava Čigra » 2009 May 22, 21:32

Isn't he a Feyenoord player? :?

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Re: Coen MOULIJN | 1963-1970

Postby Ajacied_Breda1 » 2009 May 22, 23:23

He was.
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Re: Coen MOULIJN | 1963-1970

Postby zingo » 2009 May 23, 08:11

woops it was meant to say that :oops:
changed it now
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Re: Coen MOULIJN | 1963-1970

Postby Tom » 2009 May 23, 08:15

Could you explain why you have given him those values for Stamina, Response, Jump and Mentality? They do seem rather odd
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Re: Coen MOULIJN | 1963-1970

Postby zingo » 2009 May 23, 08:21

GoonerLover66 wrote:Could you explain why you have given him those values for Stamina, Response, Jump and Mentality? They do seem rather odd


well not really, mainly because i didnt find any information regarding the fact that he was good at these things, but I think ill improve them all by quite a bit.

Stamina: 84
Response: 83
Mentality: 76
Jump: 79
Short Pass Acuracy: 82
Short Pass Speed: 80
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Re: Coen MOULIJN | 1963-1970

Postby mcmattie » 2010 Nov 26, 17:26

DS/ACC seems too low
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Re: Coen MOULIJN | 1963-1970

Postby cocopie » 2011 Sep 11, 14:40

his Acceleration should be 90-92.
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Re: Coen MOULIJN | 1963-1970

Postby Brezza » 2011 Sep 13, 20:38

Raised acc, agression, Weak foot stats and fixed height (according to dutch wiki)
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