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Soccerking Who Is Who: Members Directory



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L. Aarhus | D. Abbink | I. King | N. Morrison | K. Stokkermans |


Lars Aarhus

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Oslo, Norway
Oslo, Norway
October 8, 1968
project manager for Opera Software
lars at rsssf.no
Norwegian football server: http://www.rsssf.no/
January 1994
Norway
Norway: Vålerenga (but also other teams from the Oslo area)
England: Aston Villa
One of the founders of the RSSSF.
Maintainer of the most comprehensive web page on Norwegian football statistics.

Dinant Abbink

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Enschede, Netherlands
Eindhoven, Netherlands since 1987
August 28, 1962
programmer, but studied Physics
d.abbink at chello.nl
None
2001
league and cup histories
FC Twente from Enschede
Started collecting statistics since 1978, mainly interested in final tables of any division of any country.

Ian Thomas King

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Dartford, Kent, England
(near the QE II bridge)
Dartford, Kent, England
March 6, 1956
Data for computer games and internet games
soccerking at btinternet.com
http://www.soccerking.co.uk
December 14, 2002
Britain, Southern Africa
Manchester United, Charlton Athletic and Dartford
England, Scotland and Australia
In the past I have worked as a Researcher for Beautiful Game Studios on the game Championship Manager 5, Championship Manager 2006, Championship Manager 2007, Championship Manager 2008, Championship Manager 2010. I am currently making webpages for my websites.

Neil F. Morrison

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Manchester, England
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Teacher
nfm24 at cantab.net
?
?
international tournaments
?

Karel Stokkermans

Place of birth:
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d.o.b.:
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Favourite team(s):
Vught, Netherlands
Koblenz, Germany
June 10, 1966
working for Gracenote
karel.rsssf at gmail.com
RSSSF
January 1994
Dutch East Indies and I particularly enjoy doing the trivia sections
FC Den Bosch, PSV - in addition I have soft spots for one or two teams from
most countries, in particular for Farul Constanța and FC Blau-Weiss Linz
I have been fascinated with both numbers and football (as well as a couple of other sports) since the age of about 8, so football stats was a logical hobby to take up. During the beginning years this mostly took the form of compiling all-time lists for European competitions and national championships, as well as organising my own fantasy leagues in which my favourite (fantasy) clubs seldom failed to collect the silverware. It was triggered by discovering the sadly defunct Soccerinfo magazine in the mid-eighties and, a couple of years later, the first European Football Yearbook (the 1988/89 edition published by the equally defunct Facer Books and covering the unforgettable 1987/88 season). Gaining access to the rec.sport.soccer usenet group and getting into contact with similarly deformed minds like those of Lars Aarhus and Kent Hedlundh did the rest - (NE)RSSSF was born, as an idea in late 1993 and as a site the year after...

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